Is there any theorem or result which tells us whether a given set of nonlinar coupled differential equation (ordinary/partial) will have unique solution set? I need to know the answer for a second order ODE set. I understand there may be some difficulty since in this case the integration constants may come in such a way that a complete answer to this question may not be possible, but how far can one go?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Unique soultion of a set of nonlinear differential equations.

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