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In the second scenario, which involves two-parameter deformations of a three-parameter rhombus map, we exhibit a weak form of rigidity. For these dynamical systems, the set Î£ of discontinuity-avoiding aperiodic orbits decomposes into invariant subsets endowed with a hierarchical symbolic dy-namics Vershik map on a Bratteli diagram. This monograph is a thorough, self-contained investigation of a simple one-dimensional model a kicked harmonic oscillator which exhibits pseudochaos in its purest form. We study the propagation of round-off errors near the periodic orbits of a linear map conjugate to a planar rotation with rational rotation number. Gaussian type or kinetics of the anomalous LÃ©vyan type.

The book is well suited to a one-semester course, but is easily adapted to a more concentrated format of one-quarter or a trimester. These results afford a probabilistic description of motions on a classical invariant torus. However, the foliations of the different components are transversal in parameter space; as a result, simultaneous self-similarity of the component maps requires that both of the original parameters belong to the field K. We explore this analogy in some detail. The aperiodic orbits of this system are sticky in the sense that they spend all of their time wandering pseudo-chaotically with strictly zero Lyapunov exponent in the vicinity of self-similar archipelagos of periodic islands. These results imply that if such filters are realized using finite-precision arithmetic then they will have a sizeable fraction of orbits that are periodic with high period overflows. Her older brother Darren was paralyzed in an accident she walked away from, and Dime is sure her parents wish she were the one in the wheelchair.

Bookseller Completion Rate This reflects the percentage of orders the seller has received and filled. The local scaling, characterized by the self-similar contraction of domains in the fundamental cell Î©, will be seen to have, if certain conditions are satisfied, a global counterpart in the form of asymptotic self-similar expansion. In the preceding chapter, we introduced a hierarchy of covering sets recursive tilings which converge to the residual set of aperiodic, discontinuity-avoiding orbits of the local map. It is not difficult to see that in the limit the pseudo-hyperbolic points become dense in the four corner sectors, and any stable island present in these sectors must be confined within the meshes of the grid, which are of vanishing size. .

Just as the local contraction within a single ergodic component is associated with a scale factor Ï‰K 1. Not a day goes by without news of people getting laid off, jobs being outsourced, and millions of Americans impacted by the rapidly increasing unemployment rate in today's unstable economy. Dynamically, the composition of these involutions represents linking together two sector maps; this dynamical system features an orderly array of stable periodic orbits having a smooth parameter dependence, plus irregular contributions which become negligible in the limit. For rational values of Î» with a prime-power denominator, we show that, in the p-adic metric, all rational bounded orbits are periodic. Terrero-Escalante, Mathematical Reviews, June, 2014. This tiling allows one to construct efficiently periodic orbits of arbitrary period, and to obtain a convergent sequence of coverings of the closure of the discontinuity set Î“. There are ten distinct renormalization scenarios corresponding to as many closed circuits in the graph.

We describe a wide class of systems, which corresponds to the random non-chaotic dynamics with zero Lyapunov exponents. Pseudochaos is characterized by the trapping of orbits in the vicinity of self-similar hierarchies of islands of stability, producing phase-space displacements which increase asymptotically as a power of time. Pseudochaos theory deals with the complex branching behaviors of dynamical systems at the interface between orderly and chaotic motion. We study piecewise rational rotations of convex polygons with a recursive tiling property. These results have applications to topology.

Fortunately, Hausdorff measure, widely used in the study of Cantor sets and other fractals Falconer, 1990 , turns out to be the most natural choice. This is a well-edited book, with a clear line of self-contained exposition and a large number of illustrations and useful examples. We numerically approximate the fractal set D of points that iterate arbitrarily close to the discontinuity. We aim to present a general framework in which piecewise isometric dynamical systems can be fully or partially renormalized. Terrero-Escalante, Mathematical Reviews, June, 2014 Read more. We describe their geometrical properties in terms of graph-directed constructions and we compute their Hausdorff dimension. In good cases, these compactifications are polytope exchange transformations based on pairs of Euclidean lattices.

This result contrasts with the case of irrational rotations, where the existence of a central limit theorem has been recently established Vladimirov I 1996 Preprint Deakin University. Unlike interval exchanges and translations, our mappings, despite the lack of hyper-bolicity, exhibit many features of attractors. We call this type of dynamics pseudochaos and show that the corresponding kinetic description of such systems can be developed in the frame of the so-called fractional kinetics with space-time self-similarity. In the first scenario, we show that renormalizability is no longer rigid: whereas one of the two parameters is restricted to K, the second parameter can vary continuously over a real interval without destroying self-similarity. For every map for which such finite-order recursive tiling exists, we derive sufficient conditions for the equality of Hausdorff and box-counting dimensions, and for the existence of a finite, non-zero Hausdorff measure of. It is intended for graduate students and researchers in physics and applied mathematics, as well as specialists in nonlinear dynamics.