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almost periodic function; Fourier coefficient; Fourier exponent; spectrum of almost periodic function; almost periodic system of differential equations; formal almost periodic solution; distance of two spectra; time lag
This paper is a continuation of my previous paper in Mathematica Bohemica and solves the same problem but by means of another method. It deals with almost periodic solutions of a certain type of almost periodic systems of differential equations.
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