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Elementary Stability and Bifurcation Theory

by D. D. Joseph

  • ISBN: 9780387970684
  • ISBN10: 0387970681

Elementary Stability and Bifurcation Theory

by D. D. Joseph

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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Edition: 2
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag
  • Publish date: 12/01/1989
  • ISBN: 9780387970684
  • ISBN10: 0387970681
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Description: I Asymptotic Solutions of Evolution Problems.- I.1 One-Dimensional, Two-Dimensional n-Dimensional, and Infinite-Dimensional Interpretations of (I.1).- I.2 Forced Solutions; Steady Forcing and T-Periodic Forcing; Autonomous and Nonautonomous Problems.- I.3 Reduction to Local Form.- I.4 Asymptotic Solutions.- I.5 Asymptotic Solutions and Bifurcating Solutions.- I.6 Bifurcating Solutions and the Linear Theory of Stability.- I.7 Notation for the Functional Expansion of F(t ,U).- Notes.- II Bifurcation and Stability of Steady Solutions of Evolution Equations in One Dimension.- II.1 The Implicit Function Theorem.- II.2 Classification of Points on Solution Curves.- 1I.3 The Characteristic Quadratic. Double Points, Cusp Points, and Conjugate Points.- II.4 Double-Point Bifurcation and the Implicit Function Theorem.- II.5 Cusp-Point Bifurcation.- II.6 Triple-Point Bifurcation.- II.7 Conditional Stability Theorem.- II.8 The Factorization Theorem in One Dimension.- II.9 Equivalence of Strict Loss of Stability and Double-Point Bifurcation.- II.10 Exchange of Stability at a Double Point.- II.1 1 Exchange of Stability at a Double Point for Problems Reduced to Local Form.- II.12 Exchange of Stability at a Cusp Point.- II.13 Exchange of Stability at a Triple Point.- II.14 Global Properties of Stability of Isolated Solutions.- III Imperfection Theory and Isolated Solutions Which Perturb Bifurcation.- III.1 The Structure of Problems Which Break Double-Point Bifurcation.- III.2 The Implicit Function Theorem and the Saddle Surface Breaking Bifurcation.- III.3 Examples of Isolated Solutions Which Break Bifurcation.- III.4 Iterative Procedures for Finding Solutions.- III.5 Stability of Solutions Which Break Bifurcation.- III.6 Isolas.- Exercise.- Notes.- IV Stability of Steady Solutions of Evolution Equations in Two Dimensions and nDimensions.- IV.1 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of an n x n Matrix.- IV.2 Algebraic and Geometric Multiplicity--The Riesz Index.- IV.3 The Adjoint Eigenvalue Problem.- IV.4 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of a 2 x 2 Matrix.- 4.1 Eigenvalues.- 4.2 Eigenvectors.- 4.3 Algebraically Simple Eigenvalues.- 4.4 Algebraically Double Eigenvalues.- 4.4.1 Riesz Index 1.- 4.4.2 Riesz Index 2.- IV.5 The Spectral Problem and Stability of the Solution u = 0 in ?n.- IV.6 Nodes, Saddles, and Foci.- IV.7 Criticality and Strict Loss of Stability.- Appendix IV.I Biorthogonality for Generalized Eigenvectors.- Appendix IV.2 Projections.- V Bifurcation of Steady Solutions in Two Dimensions and the Stability of the Bifurcating Solutions.- V.1 The Form of Steady Bifurcating Solutions and Their Stability.- V.2 Necessary Conditions for the Bifurcation of Steady Solutions.- V.3 Bifurcation at a Simple Eigenvalue.- V.4 Stability of the Steady Solution Bifurcating at a Simple Eigenvalue.- V.5 Bifurcation at a Double Eigenvalue of Index Two.- V.6 Stability of the Steady Solution Bifurcating at a Double Eigenvalue of Index Two.- V.7 Bifurcation and Stability of Steady Solutions in the Form (V.2) at a Double Eigenvalue of Index One (Semi-Simple).- V.8 Bifurcation and Stability of Steady Solutions (V.3) at a Semi-Simple Double Eigenvalue.- V.9 Examples of Stability Analysis at a Double Semi-Simple (Index-One) Eigenvalue.- V.10 Saddle-Node Bifurcation.- Appendix V.1 Implicit Function Theorem for a System of Two Equations in Two Unknown Functions of One Variable.- Exercises.- VI Methods of Projection for General Problems of Bifurcation into Steady Solutions.- VI.1 The Evolution Equation and the Spectral Problem.- VI.2 Construction of Steady Bifurcating Solutions as Power Series in the Amplitude.- VI.3?1 and ?1in Projection.- VI.4 Stability of the Bifurcating Solution.- VI.5 The Extra Little Part for?1in Projection.- V1.6 Projections of Higher-Dimensional Problems.- VI.7 The Spectral Problem for the Stability of u = 0.- VI.8 The Spectral Problem and the Laplace Transform.- VI.9 Projections into?1.- VI.10 The Method of Projection for Isolated Solutions Which Perturb Bifurcation at a Simple Eigenvalue (Imperfection Theory).- VI.1 1 The Method of Projection at a Double Eigenvalue of Index Two.- VI.12 The Method of Projection at a Double Semi-Simple Eigenvalue.- VI.13 Examples of the Method of Projection.- VI.14 Symmetry and Pitchfork Bifurcation.- VII Bifurcation of Periodic Solutions from Steady Ones (Hopf Bifurcation) in Two Dimensions.- VII.1 The Structure of the Two-Dimensional Problem Governing Hopf Bifurcation.- VII.2 Amplitude Equation for Hopf Bifurcation.- VII.3 Series Solution.- VII.4 Equations Governing the Taylor Coefficients.- VII.5 Solvability Conditions (the Fredholm Alternative).- VII.6 Floquet Theory.- 6.1 Floquet Theory in?1.- 6.2 Floquet Theory in?2 and ?n.- VII.7 Equations Governing the Stability of the Periodic Solutions.- VII.8 The Factorization Theorem.- VII.9 Interpretation of the Stability Result.- Example.- VIII Bifurcation of Periodic Solutions in the General Case.- VIII.1 Eigenprojections of the Spectral Problem.- VIII.2 Equations Governing the Projection and the Complementary Projection.- VIII.3 The Series Solution Using the Fredholm Alternative.- VIII.4 Stability of the Hopf Bifurcation in the General Case.- VIII.5 Systems with Rotational Symmetry.- Examples.- Notes.- IX Subharmonic Bifurcation of Forced T-Periodic Solutions.- Notation.- IX.1 Definition of the Problem of Subharmonic Bifurcation.- IX.2 Spectral Problems and the Eigenvalues ?( ).- IX.3 Biorthogonality.- IX.4 Criticality.- IX.S The Fredholm Alternative for J( ) --?( )and a Formula Expressing the Strict Crossing (IX.20).- IX.6 Spectral Assumptions.- IX.7 Rational and Irrational Points of the Frequency Ratio at Criticality.- IX.8 The Operator $$mathbb{J}$$ and its Eigenvectors.- IX.9 The Adjoint Operator $${{mathbb{J}}^{*}}$$ Biorthogonality, Strict Crossing, and the Fredholm Alternative for $$mathbb{J}$$.- IX.10 The Amplitude ?and the Biorthogonal Decomposition of Bifurcating Subharmonic Solutions.- IX.11 The Equations Governing the Derivatives of Bifurcating Subharmonic Solutions with Respect to ?at ? =0.- IX.12 Bifurcation and Stability of T-Periodic and 2 T-Periodic Solutions.- IX.13 Bifurcation and Stability of n T-Periodic Solutions with n >2.- IX.14 Bifurcation and Stability of 3T-Periodic Solutions.- IX.15 Bifurcation of 4 T-Periodic Solutions.- IX.16 Stability of 4 T-Periodic Solutions.- IX.17 Nonexistence of Higher-Order Subharmonic Solutions and Weak Resonance.- IX.18 Summary of Results About Subharmonic Bifurcation.- IX.19 Imperfection Theory with a Periodic Imperfection.- Exercises.- IX.20 Saddle-Node Bifurcation of T-Periodic Solutions.- IX.21 General Remarks About Subharmonic Bifurcations.- X Bifurcation of Forced T-Periodic Solutions into Asymptotically Quasi-Periodic Solutions.- X.1 Decomposition of the Solution and Amplitude Equation.- Exercise.- X.2 Derivation of the Amplitude Equation.- X.3 The Normal Equations in Polar Coordinates.- X.4 The Torus and Trajectories on the Torus in the Irrational Case.- X.5 The Torus and Trajectories on the Torus When ?0T/2? Is a Rational Point of Higher Order (n?5).- X.6 The Form of the Torus in the Case n =5.- X.7 Trajectories on the Torus When n =5.- X.8 The Form of the Torus When n >5.- X.9 Trajectories on the Torus When n?5.- X.10 Asymptotically Quasi-Periodic Solutions.- X.11 Stability of the Bifurcated Torus.- X.12 Subharmonic Solutions on the Torus.- X.13 Stability of Subharmonic Solutions on the Torus.- X.14 Frequency Locking.- Appendix X.1 Direct Computation of Asymptotically Quasi-Periodic Solutions Which Bifurcate at Irrational Points Using the Method of Two Times, Power Series, and the Fredholm Alternative.- Appendix X.2 Direct Computation of Asymptotically Quasi-Periodic Solutions Which Bifurcate at Rational Points of Higher Order Using the Method of Two Times.- Exercise.- Notes.- XI Secondary Subharmonic and Asymptotically Quasi-Periodic Bifurcation of Periodic Solutions (of Hopf''s Type) in the Autonomous Case.- Notation.- XI.1 Spectral Problems.- XI.2 Criticality and Rational Points.- XI.3 Spectral Assumptions About J0.- XI.4 Spectral Assumptions About $$mathbb{J}$$ in the Rational Case.- XI.5 Strict Loss of Stability at a Simple Eigenvalue of J0.- XI.6 Strict Loss of Stability at a Double Semi-Simple Eigenvalue of J0.- XI.7 Strict Loss of Stability at a Double Eigenvalue of Index Two.- XI.8 Formulation of the Problem of Subharmonic Bifurcation of Periodic Solutions of Autonomous Problems.- XI.9 The Amplitude of the Bifurcating Solution.- XI.10 Power-Series Solutions of the Bifurcation Problem.- XI.11 Subharmonic Bifurcation When n =2.- XI.12 Subharmonic Bifurcation When n >2.- XI.13 Subharmonic Bifurcation When n = 1in the Semi-Simple Case.- XI.14 "Subharmonic" Bifurcation When n =1 in the Case When Zero is an Index-Two Double Eigenvalue of Jo.- XI.15 Stability of Subharmonic Solutions.- XI.16 Summary of Results About Subharmonic Bifurcation in the Autonomous Case.- XI.17 Amplitude Equations.- XI.18 Amplitude Equations for the Cases n?3 or ?0/?0Irrational.- XI.19 Bifurcating Tori. Asymptotically Quasi-Periodic Solutions.- XI.20 Period Doubling n =2.- XI.21 Pitchfork Bifurcation of Periodic Orbits in the Presence of Symmetry n = 1.- Exercises.- XI.22 Rotationally Symmetric Problems.- Exercise.- XII Stability and Bifurcation in Conservative Systems.- XII.1 The Rolling Ball.- XII.2 Euler Buckling.- Exercises.- XII.3 Some Remarks About Spectral Problems for Conservative Systems.- XII.4 Stability and Bifurcation of Rigid Rotation of Two Immiscible Liquids.- Steady Rigid Rotation of Two Fluids.
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