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Dimension theory in dynamical systems

contemporary views and applications

by Pesin, Ya. B.

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dimension theory (Topology),
  • Differentiable dynamical systems.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-300) and index.

    StatementYakov B. Pesin.
    SeriesChicago lectures in mathematics series, Chicago lectures in mathematics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA611.3 .P47 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 304 p. :
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL670741M
    ISBN 100226662217, 0226662225
    LC Control Number97016686

    This theory, as well as the physical dynamic systems theory of Bak and Chen (), and others, imply that the system is self-organizing and therefore “naturally evolves” (Bak & Chen, , p. 46). Such a system is organized around the distribution of energy inherent in the system, as in a coiled spring, or around the energy inherent in.   The quest to ensure perfect dynamical properties and the control of different systems is currently the goal of numerous research all over the world. The aim of this book is to provide the reader with a selection of methods in the field of mathematical modeling, simulation, and control of different dynamical systems. The chapters in this book focus on recent .

    Topological Dimension and Dynamical Systems is intended for graduate students, as well as researchers interested in topology and dynamical systems. Some of the topics treated in the book directly lead to research areas that remain to be explored.   New frontiers in dimension theory of dynamical systems - Applications in metric number theory (canceled) 08 June - 12 June The recent history of mathematics demonstrates that results in dimension theory and geometry combined with contemporary techniques in dynamics lead to exciting results in number theory.

    Dimension is an important characteristic of invariant sets and measures of dynamical systems, (see the books [Bar08, Bar11, Fal03,Pes97,PU10] where the role of dimension in the theory of dynamical. Dimension theory in dynamical systems contemporary views and applications / by: Pesin, Ya. B. Published: () The user's approach to topological methods in 3d dynamical systems by: Natiello, M. A. Published: ().


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