3 edition of **Intermittency in area-preserving mappings** found in the catalog.

Intermittency in area-preserving mappings

Albert B. Zisook

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Published
**1982**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Albert B. Zisook. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | Microfilm 84/225 (G) |

The Physical Object | |

Format | Microform |

Pagination | p. 2289-2292. |

Number of Pages | 2292 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2896237M |

LC Control Number | 84123362 |

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All this book says is that time evolution adds up probability densities of initial states. Whenever a problem is linear, you solve it by ﬁnding its eigenvectors and eigenvalues, i.e., zeros of a determinant. This determinant is Greek to you, so it is called the ‘zeta’ function. One way to evaluate a determinant is in terms of its traces. Definition. A measure-preserving dynamical system is defined as a probability space and a measure-preserving transformation on it. In more detail, it is a system (,,,)with the following structure: is a set, is a σ-algebra over: → [,] is a probability measure, so that μ(X) = 1, and μ(∅) = 0: → is a measurable transformation which preserves the measure, i.e., ∀ ∈ (− ()) = ().

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In this book, an extended theory for intermittency in one-dimensional maps is presented. A new general methodology to evaluate the reinjection probability density function (RPD) is developed in Chapters 5 to 8. The key of this formulation is the introduction of a Intermittency in area-preserving mappings book function, called M(x), which is used to calculate the RPD function.

INTERMITTENCY Figure Typical phase space for an area-preserving map with mixed phase space dynamics; here the standard map for k = Intermittency everywhere In many ﬂuid dynamics experiments one observes transitions from regular behav-iors to behaviors where long time intervals of regular behavior (“laminar phases”).

An exact solution is found for the functional renormalization-group equations describing intermittency in area-preserving mappings of the plane. Analysis of the solution yields two scaling laws for the duration of laminar flow in between chaotic bursts.

Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see Preferences). Counting periodic orbits in the quadratic map. Bifurcation of periodic orbits. Persistence and bifurcation. One Dimensional Maps. Normal Forms. Area preserving maps. Other approaches in conservative systems. Reversible maps.

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In our work we focus on area preservation, motivated by a general result which ensures the existence of an area preserving mapping between two diffeomorphic surfaces of the same total area [].

Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Mechanisms for Intermittency Type‐I Intermittency Length of the Laminar Region Renormalization‐Group Treatment of Intermittency Intermittency and 1/f‐.

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By examining the behavior of intermittent trajectories near invariant subspaces for the dynamics of flows or maps we introduce and discuss the concept of internal dynamics of an intermittent attractor to an invariant subspace.

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Area-preserving projections ensure that regions of equal area on the globe are drawn with equal area on the map. Shape-preserving (or conformal) projections ensure that the local shape of regions is preserved.We choose the standard map [13], to be our base map as it is a prototypical area-preserving system is widely studied in a variety of problems of both theoretical and ex-perimental interest.

The standard map also serves as the usual test bed for the study of various transport phenomena and their quantiﬁers[14].