Dynamics, Ergodic Theory, and Geometry
by Boris Hasselblatt
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2007
Number of pages: 334
This volume contains surveys and research articles by leading experts in several areas of dynamical systems that have recently experienced substantial progress. Some of the major surveys focus on symplectic geometry; smooth rigidity; hyperbolic, parabolic, and symbolic dynamics; and ergodic theory. Students and researchers in dynamical systems, geometry, and related areas will find this a fascinating look at the state of the art.
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by Evans M. Harrell II
Class notes for an introductory course on dynamical systems and chaos for mathematicians, physicists, and engineers. The text concentrates on models rather than proofs in order to bring out the concepts of dynamics and chaos.
by M.W. Hirsch, Hal Smith
From the table of contents: Introduction; Strongly Order-Preserving Semiflows; Generic Convergence and Stability; Ordinary Differential Equations; Delay Differential Equations; Monotone Maps; Semilinear Parabolic Equations.
by Mahmut Reyhanoglu - InTech
There has been a considerable progress made during the recent past on mathematical techniques for studying dynamical systems. This progress is due to our increasing ability to mathematically model physical processes and to analyze and solve them.
by Kais A. Mohamedamen Al Naimee (ed.) - InTech
With a good background in nonlinear dynamics, chaos theory, and applications, the authors give a treatment of the basic principles of nonlinear dynamics in different fields. In addition, they show overlap with the traditional field of control theory.