By Anatoly Neishtadt (auth.), R. Dvorak, J. Henrard (eds.)
It is now a good validated culture that each 4 years, on the finish of wintry weather, a gaggle of "celestial mechanicians" from worldwide assemble on the "Alpen gasthof Peter Rosegger" within the Styrian Alps (Ramsau, Austria). This time the colloquium was once held from March 17 to March 23, 1996 and used to be dedicated to the Dynamical Behaviour of our Planetary procedure. The papers lined a wide variety of questions of present curiosity: theoretical questions (re- nances, common homes, non integrability, delivery, ... ) and questions about numerical instruments ( symplectic maps, symptoms of chaos, ... ) have been quite good represented; the by no means finishing challenge of the sculpting of the asteroid belt used to be additionally qui te renowned. you'll find within the following pages a pot-pourri of what we hearken to; you'll omit in fact the range of accents with which the tunes have been added: from China, from Japan, from Brazil, from the United-States of the USA and from in all places Europe, East and West. allow us to no longer put out of your mind that the comet 199682 (Hyakutake) came around us; many a night used to be spent at the deck of the Alpengasthof considering this celestial customer who beloved to play hide-and-seek in the back of the spruce trees.
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The Dynamical Behaviour of our Planetary System: Proceedings of the Fourth Alexander von Humboldt Colloquium on Celestial Mechanics by Anatoly Neishtadt (auth.), R. Dvorak, J. Henrard (eds.)