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thermistor; time-periodic solution; Hopf bifurcation
A system of ordinary differential equations modelling an electric circuit with a thermistor is considered. Qualitative properties of solution are studied, in particular, the existence and nonexistence of time-periodic solutions (the Hopf bifurcation).
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