Title | Dynamics Reported [electronic resource] : Expositions in Dynamical Systems / edited by C. K. R. T. Jones, U. Kirchgraber, H. O. Walther |
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Imprint | Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1992 |

Connect to | http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-61243-5 |

Descript | IX, 250 p. online resource |

SUMMARY

Dynamics Reported is a series of books dedicated to the exposition of the mathematics of dynamcial systems. Its aim is to make the recent research accessible to advanced students and younger researchers. The series is also a medium for mathematicians to use to keep up-to-date with the work being done in neighboring fields. The style is best described as expository, but complete. Thus, there is an emphasis on examples and explanations, but also theorems normally occur with their proofs. The focus is on the analytic approach to dynamical systems, emphasizing the origins of the subject in the theory of differential equations. Dynamics Reported provides an excellent foundation for seminars on dynamical systems

CONTENT

Bifurcational Aspects of Parametric Resonance -- 1. Setting of the Problem -- 2. A Normal Form Theory -- 3. Computation of a Third-Order Normal Form -- 4. The Planar Hamilton Form -- 5. Dynamical Conclusions -- A Survey of Normalization Techniques Applied to Perturbed Keplerian Systems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Perturbed Keplerian Systems -- 3. Normal Form: Theory -- 4. Normal Form: Practice -- 5. Reduction to One Degree of Freedom -- 6. Analysis of Normalized Hamiltonian -- 7. Appendix 1 -- 8. Appendix 2 -- References -- On Littlewoodโ{128}{153}s Counterexample of Unbounded Motions in Superquadratic Potentials -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Results -- 3. Proof of the Theorem -- References -- Center Manifold Theory in Infinite Dimensions -- 1. Introduction -- 2. General Theory -- 3. Spectral Theory -- 4. Examples -- 5. Application to Hydrodynamic Stability Problems -- References -- Oscillations in Singularly Perturbed Delay Equations -- 1. Difference Equations -- 2. Singular Perturbations of Difference Equations with Continuous Argument: Simplest Properties -- 3. Continuous Dependence on a Paramete -- 4. Impact of Singular Perturbations: Examples -- 5. Attractors of Interval Maps and Asymptotic Behavior of Solutions -- 6. Existence of Periodic Solutions -- 7. Concluding Remarks and Open Questions -- References -- Topological Approach to Differential Inclusions on Closed Subsets of ?n -- 1. Multivalued Mappings -- 2. Topological Degree of Admissible Mappings in ?n -- 3. Aronszajnโ{128}{153}s Result -- 4. Selectionable and ?-Selectionable Multivalued Maps -- 5. Differential Inclusions in ?n -- 6. Periodic Solutions of Differential Inclusions in ?n -- 7. Sets with Property p -- 8. Contingent Cone Valued Maps -- 9. Differential Inclusions on Sets with Property p -- 10. Proof of Lemma (7.3) -- References

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