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The numerical examination of nonlinear oscillators is presented in this paper. First some methods of nonlinear system modeling are described then the numerical creation of phaseplane, bifurcation diagrams and Poincaré sections are expounded in detail. The next part of the paper is the numerical examination of nonlinear oscillators, like the Duffing-Holmes oscillator and a mechatronic semi-active suspension system. The paper concludes with further development tasks.

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