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Differential geometry applied to dynamical systems / Jean-Marc Ginoux.

By: Ginoux, Jean-MarcMaterial type: TextTextSeries: World Scientific series on nonlinear science. Series A, Monographs and treatises ; ; vol. 66. | World Scientific series on nonlinear science. Series A, Monographs and treatises ; ; v. 66.Publication details: Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, 2009. Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 312 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789814277150; 9814277150Subject(s): Dynamics | Geometry, Differential | SCIENCE -- Mechanics -- Dynamics | Dynamics | Geometry, Differential | Engineering & Applied Sciences | Applied MathematicsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Differential geometry applied to dynamical systems.DDC classification: 531.11 LOC classification: QA845 | .G56 2009ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Examples; Dynamical Systems; 1. Differential Equations; 1.1 Galileo's pendulum; 1.2 D'Alembert transformation; 1.3 From differential equations to dynamical systems; 2. Dynamical Systems; 2.1 State space -- phase space; 2.2 Definition; 2.3 Existence and uniqueness; 2.4 Flow, fixed points and null-clines; 2.5 Stability theorems; 2.5.1 Linearized system; 2.5.2 Hartman-Grobman linearization theorem; 2.5.3 Liapouno. stability theorem; 2.6 Phase portraits of dynamical systems; 2.6.1 Two-dimensional systems; 2.6.2 Three-dimensional systems.
2.7 Various types of dynamical systems2.7.1 Linear and nonlinear dynamical systems; 2.7.2 Homogeneous dynamical systems; 2.7.3 Polynomial dynamical systems; 2.7.4 Singularly perturbed systems; 2.7.5 Slow-Fast dynamical systems; 2.8 Two-dimensional dynamical systems; 2.8.1 Poincare index; 2.8.2 Poincare contact theory; 2.8.3 Poincare limit cycle; 2.8.4 Poincare-Bendixson Theorem; 2.9 High-dimensional dynamical systems; 2.9.1 Attractors; 2.9.2 Strange attractors; 2.9.3 First integrals and Lie derivative; 2.10 Hamiltonian and integrable systems; 2.10.1 Hamiltonian dynamical systems.
2.10.2 Integrable system2.10.3 K.A.M. Theorem; 3. Invariant Sets; 3.1 Manifold; 3.1.1 Definition; 3.1.2 Existence; 3.2 Invariant sets; 3.2.1 Global invariance; 3.2.2 Local invariance; 4. Local Bifurcations; 4.1 CenterManifold Theorem; 4.1.1 Center manifold theorem for flows; 4.1.2 Center manifold approximation; 4.1.3 Center manifold depending upon a parameter; 4.2 Normal FormTheorem.; 4.3 Local Bifurcations of Codimension 1; 4.3.1 Saddle-node bifurcation; 4.3.2 Transcritical bifurcation; 4.3.3 Pitchfork bifurcation; 4.3.4 Hopf bifurcation; 5. Slow-Fast Dynamical Systems; 5.1 Introduction.
5.2 Geometric Singular Perturbation Theory5.2.1 Assumptions; 5.2.2 Invariance; 5.2.3 Slow invariant manifold; 5.3 Slow-fast dynamical systems -- Singularly perturbed systems; 5.3.1 Singularly perturbed systems; 5.3.2 Slow-fast autonomous dynamical systems; 6. Integrability; 6.1 Integrability conditions, integrating factor, multiplier; 6.1.1 Two-dimensional dynamical systems; 6.1.2 Three-dimensional dynamical systems; 6.2 First integrals -- Jacobi's last multiplier theorem; 6.2.1 First integrals; 6.2.2 Jacobi's last multiplier theorem; 6.3 Darboux theory of integrability.
6.3.1 Algebraic particular integral -- General integral6.3.2 General integral; 6.3.3 Multiplier; 6.3.4 Algebraic particular integral and fixed points; 6.3.5 Homogeneous polynomial dynamical systems of degree m; 6.3.6 Homogeneous polynomial dynamical systems of degree two; 6.3.7 Planar polynomial dynamical systems; Differential Geometry; 7. Differential Geometry; 7.1 Concept of curves -- Kinematics vector functions; 7.1.1 Trajectory curve; 7.1.2 Instantaneous velocity vector; 7.1.3 Instantaneous acceleration vector; 7.2 Gram-Schmidt process -- Generalized Fr ́enet moving frame.
Summary: This book aims to present a new approach called flow curvature method that applies differential geometry to dynamical systems. Hence, for a trajectory curve, an integral of any n-dimensional dynamical system as a curve in Euclidean n-space, the curvature of the trajectory -- or the flow -- may be analytically computed. Then, the location of the points where the curvature of the flow vanishes defines a manifold called flow curvature manifold. Such a manifold being defined from the time derivatives of the velocity vector field, contains information about the dynamics of the system, hence ...
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 297-307) and index.

This book aims to present a new approach called flow curvature method that applies differential geometry to dynamical systems. Hence, for a trajectory curve, an integral of any n-dimensional dynamical system as a curve in Euclidean n-space, the curvature of the trajectory -- or the flow -- may be analytically computed. Then, the location of the points where the curvature of the flow vanishes defines a manifold called flow curvature manifold. Such a manifold being defined from the time derivatives of the velocity vector field, contains information about the dynamics of the system, hence ...

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Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Examples; Dynamical Systems; 1. Differential Equations; 1.1 Galileo's pendulum; 1.2 D'Alembert transformation; 1.3 From differential equations to dynamical systems; 2. Dynamical Systems; 2.1 State space -- phase space; 2.2 Definition; 2.3 Existence and uniqueness; 2.4 Flow, fixed points and null-clines; 2.5 Stability theorems; 2.5.1 Linearized system; 2.5.2 Hartman-Grobman linearization theorem; 2.5.3 Liapouno. stability theorem; 2.6 Phase portraits of dynamical systems; 2.6.1 Two-dimensional systems; 2.6.2 Three-dimensional systems.

2.7 Various types of dynamical systems2.7.1 Linear and nonlinear dynamical systems; 2.7.2 Homogeneous dynamical systems; 2.7.3 Polynomial dynamical systems; 2.7.4 Singularly perturbed systems; 2.7.5 Slow-Fast dynamical systems; 2.8 Two-dimensional dynamical systems; 2.8.1 Poincare index; 2.8.2 Poincare contact theory; 2.8.3 Poincare limit cycle; 2.8.4 Poincare-Bendixson Theorem; 2.9 High-dimensional dynamical systems; 2.9.1 Attractors; 2.9.2 Strange attractors; 2.9.3 First integrals and Lie derivative; 2.10 Hamiltonian and integrable systems; 2.10.1 Hamiltonian dynamical systems.

2.10.2 Integrable system2.10.3 K.A.M. Theorem; 3. Invariant Sets; 3.1 Manifold; 3.1.1 Definition; 3.1.2 Existence; 3.2 Invariant sets; 3.2.1 Global invariance; 3.2.2 Local invariance; 4. Local Bifurcations; 4.1 CenterManifold Theorem; 4.1.1 Center manifold theorem for flows; 4.1.2 Center manifold approximation; 4.1.3 Center manifold depending upon a parameter; 4.2 Normal FormTheorem.; 4.3 Local Bifurcations of Codimension 1; 4.3.1 Saddle-node bifurcation; 4.3.2 Transcritical bifurcation; 4.3.3 Pitchfork bifurcation; 4.3.4 Hopf bifurcation; 5. Slow-Fast Dynamical Systems; 5.1 Introduction.

5.2 Geometric Singular Perturbation Theory5.2.1 Assumptions; 5.2.2 Invariance; 5.2.3 Slow invariant manifold; 5.3 Slow-fast dynamical systems -- Singularly perturbed systems; 5.3.1 Singularly perturbed systems; 5.3.2 Slow-fast autonomous dynamical systems; 6. Integrability; 6.1 Integrability conditions, integrating factor, multiplier; 6.1.1 Two-dimensional dynamical systems; 6.1.2 Three-dimensional dynamical systems; 6.2 First integrals -- Jacobi's last multiplier theorem; 6.2.1 First integrals; 6.2.2 Jacobi's last multiplier theorem; 6.3 Darboux theory of integrability.

6.3.1 Algebraic particular integral -- General integral6.3.2 General integral; 6.3.3 Multiplier; 6.3.4 Algebraic particular integral and fixed points; 6.3.5 Homogeneous polynomial dynamical systems of degree m; 6.3.6 Homogeneous polynomial dynamical systems of degree two; 6.3.7 Planar polynomial dynamical systems; Differential Geometry; 7. Differential Geometry; 7.1 Concept of curves -- Kinematics vector functions; 7.1.1 Trajectory curve; 7.1.2 Instantaneous velocity vector; 7.1.3 Instantaneous acceleration vector; 7.2 Gram-Schmidt process -- Generalized Fr ́enet moving frame.

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