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Jonathan Pearson 
Generalized perturbations in modified gravity and dark energy 
I02376 

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Sylvio FerrazMello 
Canonical perturbation theorie 
I00103 
2007 
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Mauri Valtonen 
Threebody problem 
024696 
2006 
Book 

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David H. Lyth 
Primordial density perturbation: Cosmology, inflation and the origin of structure 
022612 
2009 
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AIRY, G.B. 
Gravitation: Elementary explanation of the principal pertourbations in the solar system 
019359 
1934 
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Title  Threebody problem 
Author(s)  Mauri Valtonen;Hannu Karttunen 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2006. 
Description  x, 345p. 
Abstract Note  How do three celestial bodies move under their mutual gravitational attraction? This problem has been studied by Isaac Newton and leading mathematicians over the last two centuries. PoincarÃ©'s conclusion, that the problem represents an example of chaos in nature, opens the new possibility of using a statistical approach. For the first time this book presents these methods in a systematic way, surveying statistical as well as more traditional methods. The book begins by providing an introduction to celestial mechanics, including Lagrangian and Hamiltonian methods, and both the two and restricted three body problems. It then surveys statistical and perturbation methods for the solution of the general three body problem, providing solutions based on combining orbit calculations with semianalytic methods for the first time. This book should be essential reading for students in this rapidly expanding field and is suitable for students of celestial mechanics at advanced undergraduate and graduate level. 
ISBN,Price  9780521852241 : UKP 63.00(HB) 
Classification  521.135

Keyword(s)  1. CELESTIAL MECHANICS
2. HAMILTONIAN MECHANICS
3. LAGRAGIAN MECHANICS
4. PERTURBATION (ASTRONOMY)
5. THREE BODY PROBLEM

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