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How the Jacobi metrics may be useful in mechanics with or without constraints?
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The Lagrangian formulation of mechanics without going through variational principles.
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About a letter by Richard Palais of 1965.
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The fibers of the momentum map for the $SO(n+1)$ symmetry of the geodesic flow on $S^n$
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Is there a coordinatefree proof of the hamiltonian character of the geodesic flow?
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What are elementary applications of the Frobenius'Theorem in the Classical Differential Geometry?
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On a remark in Foundations of mechanics, 2nd Edition, by Abraham and Marsden
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What is the role of contact geometry in the hamiltonian mechanics?
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if $N$ is a submanifold of $M$, then what is the relation between $J^1 N$ and $J^1 M$?
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On the Complete integrability of a tangent distribution
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On degenerate integrable hamiltonian systems
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what are the killing vector fields on a triaxial ellipsoid?
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About the geometry of completely integrable systems
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On the proof of the hamiltonian flow box theorem
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Do the focal points of a submanifold $M$ in $\mathbb{R}^k$ form a closed subset?
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On a proof of the existence of tubular neighborhoods.
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Is there a preferable convention for defining the wedge product?
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