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In the article Random Ordinary Differential Equations, Journal of differential equations 7, 538-553 (1970), by J.L. Strand, reference number 6 refers to his PhD thesis: Stochastic Ordinary Differential Equations, University of California (Berkeley), 1968. Reference number 5 is also a PhD thesis: Random Ordinary Differential Equations, University of California (Berkeley), 1968, by R. Edsinger.

Do you know how to obtain these two PhD theses?

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    $\begingroup$ Have you tried ProQuest? $\endgroup$ – Andrés E. Caicedo Nov 17 '18 at 22:50
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WorldCat says Strand's thesis is online. The ProQuest link only shows the first 20 pages, with the option to download the whole text (107 pages) if you have access to a library subscription or to pay a large fee ($ 38) if you do not.

Also according to WorldCat, Edsinger's thesis is not online, you'll have to go through a library. (It's digitized by Hathi Trust, but not publicly available because of copyright restrictions.)

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