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  • Dynamics of One-Dimensional Maps

    Dynamics of One-Dimensional Maps
    av A.N. Sharkovsky

    Inbunden - 1997 - Engelska - ISBN: 9780792345329

    maps whose topological entropy is equal to zero (i.e., maps that have only cyeles of pe­ 2 riods 1,2,2 , ... ) are studied in detail and elassified. Various topological aspects of the dynamics of unimodal maps are studied in Chap­ ter 5. We analyze…

  • Dynamics Reported

    Dynamics Reported

    Häftad - 2011 - Engelska - ISBN: 9783642647581

    Dynamics Reported is a series of books dedicated to the exposition of the mathematics of dynamcial systems. Its aim is to make the recent research accessible to advanced students and younger researchers. The series is also a medium for mathematician…

  • Dynamics of One-Dimensional Maps

    Dynamics of One-Dimensional Maps
    av A.N. Sharkovsky

    Häftad - 2010 - Engelska - ISBN: 9789048148462

    maps whose topological entropy is equal to zero (i.e., maps that have only cyeles of pe­ 2 riods 1,2,2 , ... ) are studied in detail and elassified. Various topological aspects of the dynamics of unimodal maps are studied in Chap­ ter 5. We analyze…

  • Difference Equations and Their Applications

    Difference Equations and Their Applications
    av A.N. Sharkovsky

    Häftad - 2012 - Engelska - ISBN: 9789401047746

    The theory of difference equations is now enjoying a period of Renaissance. Witness the large number of papers in which problems, having at first sight no common features, are reduced to the investigation of subsequent iterations of the maps f· IR.…

  • Difference Equations and Their Applications

    Difference Equations and Their Applications
    av A.N. Sharkovsky

    Inbunden - 1993 - Engelska - ISBN: 9780792321941

    The theory of difference equations is now enjoying a period of Renaissance. Witness the large number of papers in which problems, having at first sight no common features, are reduced to the investigation of subsequent iterations of the maps f· IR.…