e-books in Dynamical Systems Theory category
by Mahmut Reyhanoglu - InTech , 2017
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 Valerio Lucarini, et al. - arXiv , 2016
This book provides a comprehensive introduction for the study of extreme events in the context of dynamical systems. It provides an overview of the area, underlining its relevance for mathematics, natural sciences, engineering, and social sciences.
by Jose A. Tenreiro Machado (ed.) - MDPI AG , 2014
Complex systems are studied in many areas of natural sciences, social sciences, engineering and mathematics. This volume intends to contribute towards the dissemination of the multifaceted concepts in accepted use by the scientific community.
by Roland K. W. Roeder - arXiv , 2015
We introduce the exciting field of complex dynamics at an undergraduate level while reviewing, reinforcing, and extending the ideas learned in an typical first course on complex analysis. Julia sets and the famous Mandelbrot set will be introduced...
by Curtis T. McMullen - Harvard University , 2011
Contents: Ergodic theory; Dynamics on hyperbolic surfaces; Orbit counting, equidistribution and arithmetic; Spectral theory; Mixing of unitary representations of SLnR; Amenability; The Laplacian; All unitary representations of PSL2(R); etc.
by Mark A. Peletier - arXiv , 2014
The notes describe the methodology called Variational Modelling, and focus on the application to the modelling of gradient-flow systems. I describe the methodology itself in great detail, and explain why this is a rational modelling route.
by Curtis T. McMullen - Princeton University Press , 1994
Addressing researchers and graduate students in the active meeting ground of analysis, geometry, and dynamics, this book presents a study of renormalization of quadratic polynomials and a rapid introduction to techniques in complex dynamics.
by Nils Berglund - arXiv , 2001
These are lecture notes for undergraduate Mathematics and Physics students. They cover a few selected topics from perturbation theory at an introductory level: Bifurcations and Unfolding; Regular Perturbation Theory; Singular Perturbation Theory.
by A. A. Martynyuk - Bookboon , 2013
The monograph presents a generalization of the well-known Lyapunov function method and related concepts to the matrix function case within the framework of systematic stability analysis of dynamical systems (differential equations).
by A. T. Baraviera, R. Leplaideur, A. O. Lopes - arXiv , 2013
We review some basic notions in ergodic theory and thermodynamic formalism, as well as introductory results in the context of max-plus algebra, in order to exhibit some properties of equilibrium measures when temperature goes to zero.
by Arild Wikan - Bookboon , 2013
This book covers important topics like stability, hyperbolicity, bifurcation theory and chaos, topics which are essential to understand the behavior of nonlinear discrete dynamical systems. The theory is illuminated by examples and exercises.
by P. Rabier - Tata Institute of Fundamental Research , 1985
This set of lectures gives a synthetic exposition for the study of one-parameter bifurcation problems. By this, we mean the analysis of the structure of their set of solutions through the same type of general arguments in various situations.
by Alexander N. Gorban - American Mathematical Society , 2004
This monograph presents a systematic analysis of the singularities in the transition processes for dynamical systems. We study general dynamical systems, with dependence on a parameter, and construct relaxation times that depend on three variables.
by Pierre Arnoux, et al. - Springer , 2002
A certain category of infinite strings of letters on a finite alphabet is presented here, chosen among the 'simplest' possible one may build, both because they are very deterministic and because they are built by simple rules.
by Alexey Shabat, Elena Kartashova - arXiv , 2011
A preliminary version of the textbook on integrable systems. Contents: General notions and ideas; Riccati equation; Factorization of linear operators; Commutativity of linear operators; Integrability of non-linear PDEs; Burgers-type equations.
by Shlomo Sternberg - OER Commons , 2000
This book addresses the following topics: Iterations and fixed points; bifurcations; conjugacy; space and time averages; the contraction fixed point theorem; Hutchinson's theorem and fractal images; hyperbolicity; and symbolic dynamics.
by Thomas Ward - University of East Anglia , 2001
These notes describe several situations in dynamics where the notion of valuations on rings provides a simple language in which to describe and exploit hyperbolicity. This approach goes a little beyond simply providing a convenient language.
by Thomas Ward - University of East Anglia , 2001
These notes cover a very short introduction to measure-theoretic and topological entropy, and are aimed at understanding part of Yuzvinskii's formula for the entropy of compact group automorphisms. Based on a course at the Ohio State University.
by Bai-Lin Hao - World Scientific , 1989
This is a monograph on chaos in dissipative systems written for those working in the physical sciences. Emphasis is on symbolic description of the dynamics and characteristics of the attractors, written from the view-point of practical applications.
by Marc Spiegelman - LDEO , 1997
This tutorial will develop the basics ingredients necessary for modeling simple non-linear dynamical systems. The goal is to demonstrate you that you can develop significant insight into the behavior of non-linear systems with just a little math.
by Jaime E. Villate , 2006
In this book we explore some topics on dynamical systems, using an active teaching approach, supported by computing tools. The subject of this book on dynamical systems is at the borderline of physics, mathematics and computing.
by M.W. Hirsch, Hal Smith , 2004
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 Eric Tesse - arXiv , 2011
This article will take up the question of what underlies the quantum formalism, whether it can be derived from simpler mathematical structures, and if so, what physical properties a system must possess in order for the formalism to hold.
by Julio C. Rebelo, Helena Reis - arXiv , 2011
Informal lecture notes intended for graduate students about the standard local theory of holomorphic foliations and vector fields. Though the material presented here is well-known some of the proofs differ slightly from the classical arguments.
by Nils Berglund - arXiv , 2001
This text is a slightly edited version of lecture notes for a course to undergraduate Mathematics and Physics students. Contents: Examples of Dynamical Systems; Stationary and Periodic Solutions; Local Bifurcations; Introduction to Chaotic Dynamics.
by O. Babelon , 2007
An introduction to integrable systems. From the table of contents: Integrable dynamical systems; Solution by analytical methods; Infinite dimensional systems; The Jaynes-Cummings-Gaudin model; The Heisenberg spin chain; Nested Bethe Ansatz.
by Mason A. Porter - arXiv , 2001
Nonlinear dynamics (''chaos theory'') and quantum mechanics are two of the scientific triumphs of the 20th century. The author gives a brief review of the origin and fundamentals of both quantum mechanics and nonlinear dynamics.
by Claudius Gros - arXiv , 2008
This textbook covers a wide range of concepts, notions and phenomena of a truly interdisciplinary subject. Complex system theory deals with dynamical systems containing a very large number of variables, showing a plethora of emergent features.
by U. Helmke, J. B. Moore - Springer , 1996
Aimed at mathematics and engineering graduate students and researchers in the areas of optimization, dynamical systems, control systems, signal processing, and linear algebra. The problems solved are those of linear algebra and linear systems theory.
by Boris Hasselblatt - Cambridge University Press , 2007
This book contains articles 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; etc.
by D. Anosov, at al. - Scholarpedia , 2009
The encyclopedia covers differential equations, numerical analysis, bifurcations, topological dynamics, ergodic theory, hyperbolic dynamics, oscillators, pattern formation, chaos, statistical mechanics, control theory, and applications.
by Glenn Elert , 2007
This book is written for anyone with an interest in chaos, fractals, non-linear dynamics, or mathematics in general. It's a moderately heavy piece of work, requiring a bit of mathematical knowledge, but it is definitely not aimed at mathematicians.
by J. E. Marsden, M. McCracken - Springer , 1976
The goal of these notes is to give a reasonably complete, although not exhaustive, discussion of what is commonly referred to as the Hopf bifurcation with applications to specific problems, including stability calculations.
by Gerald Teschl - Universitaet Wien , 2009
This book provides an introduction to ordinary differential equations and dynamical systems. We start with some simple examples of explicitly solvable equations. Then we prove the fundamental results concerning the initial value problem.
by Evans M. Harrell II , 2000
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 Constantin I. Chueshov - ACTA , 2002
An introduction to infinite-dimensional dissipative dynamical systems. The book outlines a variety of tools applied in the study of nonlinear dynamical distributed systems. The results have applications to many areas of physics and engineering.
by Predrag Cvitanovic - ChaosBook.org , 2008
This is a graduate textbook on classical and quantum chaos, applicable to problems of physics, chemistry and other sciences. It represents an attempt to formulate the subject as one of the cornerstones of the graduate physics curriculum of future.
by Edward R. Scheinerman - Prentice Hall College Div , 2000
Author invites readers from a wide range of backgrounds to explore the beauty and excitement of dynamical systems. Written for readers who want to continue exploring mathematics beyond linear algebra, but are not ready for highly abstract material.
by Florentin Smarandache - Amer Research Pr , 2000
A collection of definitions, questions, and theorems such as Smarandache type conjectures, problems, numerical bases, T-numbers, progressions, series, functions, Non-Euclidean geometries, paradoxes, linguistic tautologies, and more.