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Attractors Under Autonomous and Non-autonomous Perturbations
 
Matheus C. Bortolan Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis SC, Brazil
Alexandre N. Carvalho Universidade de São Paulo, São Carlos SP, Brazil
José A. Langa Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain
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Attractors Under Autonomous and Non-autonomous Perturbations
Matheus C. Bortolan Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis SC, Brazil
Alexandre N. Carvalho Universidade de São Paulo, São Carlos SP, Brazil
José A. Langa Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain
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  • Book Details
     
     
    Mathematical Surveys and Monographs
    Volume: 2462020; 246 pp
    MSC: Primary 34; 35; Secondary 37;

    This book provides a comprehensive study of how attractors behave under perturbations for both autonomous and non-autonomous problems. Furthermore, the forward asymptotics of non-autonomous dynamical systems is presented here for the first time in a unified manner.

    When modelling real world phenomena imprecisions are unavoidable. On the other hand, it is paramount that mathematical models reflect the modelled phenomenon, in spite of unimportant neglectable influences discounted by simplifications, small errors introduced by empirical laws or measurements, among others.

    The authors deal with this issue by investigating the permanence of dynamical structures and continuity properties of the attractor. This is done in both the autonomous (time independent) and non-autonomous (time dependent) framework in four distinct levels of approximation: the upper semicontinuity, lower semicontinuity, topological structural stability and geometrical structural stability.

    This book is aimed at graduate students and researchers interested in dissipative dynamical systems and stability theory, and requires only a basic background in metric spaces, functional analysis and, for the applications, techniques of ordinary and partial differential equations.

    Readership

    Graduate students and researchers interested in dynamical systems.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Chapters
    • Introduction
    • Autonomous theory
    • Semigroups and global attractors
    • Upper and lower semicontinuity
    • Topological structural stability of attractors
    • Neighborhood of a critical element
    • Morse-Smale semigroups
    • Non-autonomous theory
    • Non-autonomous dynamical systems and their attractors
    • Upper and lower semicontinuity
    • Topological structural stability
    • Neighborhood of a global hyperbolic solution
    • Non-autonomous Morse-Smale dynamical systems
  • Reviews
     
     
    • The figures included in the book, which are many, are informative and helpful for the discussion. The notes in each chapter provide good maps to the extensive references, including historical commentary on the literature.

      Justin T. Webster, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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Volume: 2462020; 246 pp
MSC: Primary 34; 35; Secondary 37;

This book provides a comprehensive study of how attractors behave under perturbations for both autonomous and non-autonomous problems. Furthermore, the forward asymptotics of non-autonomous dynamical systems is presented here for the first time in a unified manner.

When modelling real world phenomena imprecisions are unavoidable. On the other hand, it is paramount that mathematical models reflect the modelled phenomenon, in spite of unimportant neglectable influences discounted by simplifications, small errors introduced by empirical laws or measurements, among others.

The authors deal with this issue by investigating the permanence of dynamical structures and continuity properties of the attractor. This is done in both the autonomous (time independent) and non-autonomous (time dependent) framework in four distinct levels of approximation: the upper semicontinuity, lower semicontinuity, topological structural stability and geometrical structural stability.

This book is aimed at graduate students and researchers interested in dissipative dynamical systems and stability theory, and requires only a basic background in metric spaces, functional analysis and, for the applications, techniques of ordinary and partial differential equations.

Readership

Graduate students and researchers interested in dynamical systems.

  • Chapters
  • Introduction
  • Autonomous theory
  • Semigroups and global attractors
  • Upper and lower semicontinuity
  • Topological structural stability of attractors
  • Neighborhood of a critical element
  • Morse-Smale semigroups
  • Non-autonomous theory
  • Non-autonomous dynamical systems and their attractors
  • Upper and lower semicontinuity
  • Topological structural stability
  • Neighborhood of a global hyperbolic solution
  • Non-autonomous Morse-Smale dynamical systems
  • The figures included in the book, which are many, are informative and helpful for the discussion. The notes in each chapter provide good maps to the extensive references, including historical commentary on the literature.

    Justin T. Webster, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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