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An approach to the problem of stability of systems of a large number of bound periodic processes is proposed, based on the physical interpretation of certain statements of number theory. Possible applications of this approach to the physics of planetary systems, astrophysics, elementary particle physics and biophysics are considered.

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H. Müller

Rome, Italy


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