Nonautonomous Bifurcation Theory: Concepts and Tools
 
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ISBN13:9783031298417
ISBN10:3031298411
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:156 pages
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Weight:267 g
Language:English
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Nonautonomous Bifurcation Theory

Concepts and Tools
 
Edition number: 1st ed. 2023
Publisher: Springer
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Bifurcation theory is a major topic in dynamical systems theory with profound applications. However, in contrast to autonomous dynamical systems, it is not clear what a bifurcation of a nonautonomous dynamical system actually is, and so far, various different approaches to describe qualitative changes have been suggested in the literature. The aim of this book is to provide a concise survey of the area and equip the reader with suitable tools to tackle nonautonomous problems. A review, discussion and comparison of several concepts of bifurcation is provided, and these are formulated in a unified notation and illustrated by means of comprehensible examples. Additionally, certain relevant tools needed in a corresponding analysis are presented.

Long description:
Bifurcation theory is a major topic in dynamical systems theory with profound applications. However, in contrast to autonomous dynamical systems, it is not clear what a bifurcation of a nonautonomous dynamical system actually is, and so far, various different approaches to describe qualitative changes have been suggested in the literature. The aim of this book is to provide a concise survey of the area and equip the reader with suitable tools to tackle nonautonomous problems. A review, discussion and comparison of several concepts of bifurcation is provided, and these are formulated in a unified notation and illustrated by means of comprehensible examples. Additionally, certain relevant tools needed in a corresponding analysis are presented.
Table of Contents:
Introduction.- Part I Nonautonomous differential equations - Spectral theory, stability and continuation.- Nonautonomous bifurcation.- Reduction techniques.- Part II Nonautonomous difference equations - Spectral theory, stability and continuation.- Nonautonomous bifurcation.- Reduction techniques.