New PDF release: A First Course in Topology: An Introduction to Mathematical

By Robert A. Conover

ISBN-10: 0486791726

ISBN-13: 9780486791722

Publish 12 months note: initially released in 1975

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8) oS. 9) where y = r + 2M(r)k(g). 9), i f provided £ and r are small enough so that z E Y, a - qy > o. 28 2. 6. Properties of Centre Manifolds K and this completes the proof of the theorem. (1) manifold. 1) does not have a unique centre For example, the system x = -x 3 , two parameter family of centre manifolds y y= = -y, has the h(x,c ,c 2) l where c 1 -2 l exp (- 2" x ), 0 1 -2 c 2 exp( - 2" x ), However, if hI and g are 0 < o. q > 1. (2) [441. 1) does not have an analytic centre manifold (see exercise (1)).

1) exist for fixed The sign of 8 E. will determine the direction of bifurcation and the stability of the periodic orbits, among other things. From now on we assume (Hl)-(H3). 4. 58 BIFURCATIONS WITH TWO PARAMETERS Level Curves of Figure 1 2 1 Bifurcation Set for the Case a < 0, e < o. Figure 2 The main results are given in Figures 2-5. Sections 3-8 of this chapter show how we obtain these pictures.

2) has an invariant manifold fined for -1 Theorem 4. where < Y < f,g O. 3) and A,B are as in Theorem 1. C2 with f(O,O,O) 0, g(O,O,O) Then there is a Ih(x,E) I Ixl = h(y,E) sufficiently small. Ax + Ef(x,y, E) x E mn, y E mm m E x' invariant manifold G m, say, and v Consider the system also that Let y F -1, then 6 h(x,E), C > 0 Suppose = O. 3) has an Ixl < m, lEI < 0, with is a constant which depends on g. 0 be a if ex> function with C Ixl > m + 1. Define 1jI(x) F =1 and 32 2. F(x,y,E) = e:f(x1jJ(X),y,E), G(X,y,E) PROOFS OF THEOREMS Eg(X1jJ(X),y,E).

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