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On the possibility of performing self-calibrated selective pulses in nuclear-magnetic resonance
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11.In fact, this is true only for simple fixed points, for which which means that in the two-dimensional case the linearized system has two strictly nonzero eigenvalues. The case of nonsimple fixed points can be much more complicated, and a discussion is beyond the scope of this paper.
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