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27. In particular, an attracting equilibrium xˆ is called an attractor and a repelling equilibrium is called a repeller . 28. Note that stability and attraction are distinct concepts. A center in the linear case (discussed below on p. 39) is stable but not attracting. On the other hand, there are examples of autonomous ODEs exhibiting attracting but not stable limit sets (see Fig. 6). 3 Structural Stability In the last section we introduced the concept of stability for invariant sets. This subsection answers the question of how sensitive the solution is in the long run to small disturbances of the initial states near an invariant set.
31) and reveals that for the origin. Thus every orbit x1 < 0 x1 ≥ 0 is a center manifold, illustrating its non-uniqueness. 10. 53 (Heteroclinic Connection). 30a). An orbit Or(x0 ) starting at a point x0 ∈ Rn is called a heteroclinic connection of x ˆ1 and x ˆ2 if limt→−∞ ϕt (x0 ) = x ˆ1 and t ˆ2 . 54. 53 it immediately follows that the heteroclinic connection is part of the unstable manifold of x ˆ1 as well as of the stable manifold for x ˆ2 (see Fig. 13). 6 ODEs in Higher Dimensions 47 × x0 Ws (ˆ x1 ) x2 ) Wu (ˆ x ˆ1 x ˆ2 ˆ2 is depicted, Fig.
Let us restate these considerations with a slightly diﬀerent perception. t. X(0) = (x1 (0), . . , xn (0)) . , (x1 (0), . . 36 (Full Rank Condition). 21). If X(0) has full rank, then X(t) has full rank for all t. 9 the reader is invited to prove this proposition. 36 justiﬁes the notation of a linearly independent solution matrix X(t), since this property is veriﬁed either at every time point t or at none. 21). 21). Every fundamental matrix solution Y (t) can be transformed into a principal matrix solution deﬁning X(t) = Y (t)Y −1 (0), 12 The matrix ODE is understood in a coordinatewise sense.
Optimal Control of Nonlinear Processes: With Applications in Drugs, Corruption, and Terror by Dieter Grass, Jonathan P. Caulkins, Gustav Feichtinger, Gernot Tragler, Doris A. Behrens