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- Preface
- 1-50
- Nonlinear problems in accelerator physics

*H. Mais* - 51-79
- Moment methods for nonlinear maps

*G. D. Push* - 77-86
- Differential algebraic formulation of normal form theory

*M. Berz* - 87-96
- Analytic determination of 5th-order transfer matrices of magnetic
quadrupole fringing fields

*B. Hartmann, H. Irnich and H. Wolnik* - 97-112
- Nonlinear beam transport effects in highly charged positive ion beams
extracted from ECR ion sources

*T. A. Antaya* - 113-123
- Status of MAD (version 8.5) and future plans

*F. C. Iselin* - 125-133
- COSY INFINITY version 6

*M. Berz* - 135-145
- The arbitrary order design code Tlie 1.0

*J. van Zeijts and F. Neri* - 147-163
- The Chalk River differential algebra code "DACYC" and the role of
differential and lie algebras in understanding the dynamics of
cyclotrons

*W. G. Davies, S. R. Douglas, G. D. Push and G. E. Lee-Whiting* - 165-172
- Optics Programs at TRIUMF

*R. V. Servranckx* - 173-184
- A comparison of methods for long-term tracking using symplectic maps

*I. Gjaja, A. J. Dragt and D. T. Abell* - 185-192
- A generalization of the Hénon map: stability of the orbits
symmetries and conections to accelerator physics

*E. Todesco* - 193-199
- Chaotic path at a nonlinear resonance

*S. Y. Lee* - 201-207
- Third order achromats based on mirror symmetries

*W. Wan, E. Goldmann and M. Berz* - 209-223
- Design of modern high resolution magnetic spectrometers

*A. F. Zeller* - 225-233
- Alternating-phase focusing: A model to study nonlinear dynamics

*L. Sagalovsky and J. R. Delayen* - 235-248
- Review of the dynamic aperture experiment at the CERN SPS

*J. Gareyte, W. Scandale and F. Schmidt* - 249-264
- Review of nonlinear beam dynamics experiments

*R. V. Servranckx* - 265
- Author Index

M. Berz, S. Martin, K. Ziegler (Eds.), Institute of Physics Publishing, 1993, ISBN 0-7503-0238-0

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