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Anyhow, the two books are

- Tenenbaum and Pollard: Ordinary Differential Equations

- Arnol'd: Ordinary Differential Equations

Thanks again everybody.

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Anyhow, the two books are

- Tenenbaum and Pollard: Ordinary Differential Equations

- Arnol'd: Ordinary Differential Equations

Thanks again everybody.

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But Arnol'd's should be more advanced...

So, perhaps try Tenenbaum's first

personally I just started to read Tenenbaum's

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To somebody who has read Arnol'd: what else should be studied besides what I have listed before tackling this book? I have heard mention of analysis and topology..

@Chaostamer - I appreciate the suggestion, but I really have to stop buying books for a while; I already have these two. Amazon has taken more from me than my landlord this month :D

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Both are Dover books.

I just started to read both.

Tenenbaum's much thicker and hence cover deeper.

Coddington's cover general Differential Equation, but much smaller. So, perhaps it's also cheaper.

If you've bought both books, just try Tenenbaum first.

Perhaps if you think it a bit easy, switch for a more advanced book.

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