The Resource Topological Dynamical Systems : an Introduction to the Dynamics of Continuous Mappings
Topological Dynamical Systems : an Introduction to the Dynamics of Continuous Mappings
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 This bookis anelementary introduction to the theory of discrete dynamical systems, alsostressing the topological background of the topic. It treats all important concepts needed to understand recent literature from the 'applied general topology' angle. The book is addressed to graduate students and beyond
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (xv, 498 pages)
 Contents

 Preface; Notation; 0 Introduction; 0.1 Definition and a (very brief) historical overview; 0.2 Continuous vs. discrete time; 0.3 The dynamical systems point of view; 0.4 Examples; 1 Basic notions; 1.1 Invariant and periodic points; 1.2 Invariant sets; 1.3 Transitivity; 1.4 Limit sets; 1.5 Topological conjugacy and factor mappings; 1.6 Equicontinuity and weak mixing; 1.7 Miscellaneous examples; 2 Dynamical systems on the real line; 2.1 Graphical iteration; 2.2 Existence of periodic orbits; 2.3 The truncated tent map; 2.4 The double of a mapping
 2.5 The Markov graph of a periodic orbit in an interval2.6 Transitivity of mappings of an interval; 3 Limit behaviour; 3.1 Limit sets and attraction; 3.2 Stability; 3.3 Stability and attraction for periodic orbits; 3.4 Asymptotic stability in locally compact spaces; 3.5 The structure of (asymptotically) stable sets; 4 Recurrent behaviour; 4.1 Recurrent points; 4.2 Almost periodic points and minimal orbit closures; 4.3 Nonwandering points; 4.4 Chainrecurrence; 4.5 Asymptotic stability and basic sets; 5 Shift systems; 5.1 Notation and terminology; 5.2 The shift mapping; 5.3 Shift spaces
 5.4 Factor maps5.5 Subshifts and graphs; 5.6 Recurrence, almost periodicity and mixing; 6 Symbolic representations; 6.1 Topological partitions; 6.2 Expansive systems; 6.3 Applications; 7 Erratic behaviour; 7.1 Stability revisited; 7.2 Chaos(1): sensitive systems; 7.3 Chaos(2): scrambled sets; 7.4 Horseshoes for interval maps; 7.5 Existence of a horseshoe; 8 Topological entropy; 8.1 The definition; 8.2 Independence of the metric; factor maps; 8.3 Maps on intervals and circles; 8.4 The definition with covers; 8.5 Miscellaneous results; 8.6 Positive entropy and horseshoes for interval maps
 A TopologyA. 1 Elementary notions; A.2 Compactness; A.3 Continuous mappings; A.4 Convergence; A.5 Subspaces, products and quotients; A.6 Connectedness; A.7 Metric spaces; A.8 Baire category; A.9 Irreduciblemappings; A.10 Miscellaneous results; B The Cantor set; B.1 The construction; B.2 Proof of Brouwer's Theorem; B.3 Cantor spaces; C Hints to the Exercises; Literature; Index
 Isbn
 9783110342406
 Label
 Topological Dynamical Systems : an Introduction to the Dynamics of Continuous Mappings
 Title
 Topological Dynamical Systems
 Title remainder
 an Introduction to the Dynamics of Continuous Mappings
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This bookis anelementary introduction to the theory of discrete dynamical systems, alsostressing the topological background of the topic. It treats all important concepts needed to understand recent literature from the 'applied general topology' angle. The book is addressed to graduate students and beyond
 Cataloging source
 CDX
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Vries, Jan
 Dewey number
 515.4
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 Language note
 In English
 LC call number
 QA611.5
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 Series statement
 De Gruyter Studies in Mathematics
 Series volume
 v. 59
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 Topological dynamics
 MATHEMATICS
 MATHEMATICS
 Topological dynamics
 Topologische Dynamik
 Label
 Topological Dynamical Systems : an Introduction to the Dynamics of Continuous Mappings
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 481484) and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
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 rdacarrier
 Content category
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 Content type code

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 Content type MARC source
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 Contents

 Preface; Notation; 0 Introduction; 0.1 Definition and a (very brief) historical overview; 0.2 Continuous vs. discrete time; 0.3 The dynamical systems point of view; 0.4 Examples; 1 Basic notions; 1.1 Invariant and periodic points; 1.2 Invariant sets; 1.3 Transitivity; 1.4 Limit sets; 1.5 Topological conjugacy and factor mappings; 1.6 Equicontinuity and weak mixing; 1.7 Miscellaneous examples; 2 Dynamical systems on the real line; 2.1 Graphical iteration; 2.2 Existence of periodic orbits; 2.3 The truncated tent map; 2.4 The double of a mapping
 2.5 The Markov graph of a periodic orbit in an interval2.6 Transitivity of mappings of an interval; 3 Limit behaviour; 3.1 Limit sets and attraction; 3.2 Stability; 3.3 Stability and attraction for periodic orbits; 3.4 Asymptotic stability in locally compact spaces; 3.5 The structure of (asymptotically) stable sets; 4 Recurrent behaviour; 4.1 Recurrent points; 4.2 Almost periodic points and minimal orbit closures; 4.3 Nonwandering points; 4.4 Chainrecurrence; 4.5 Asymptotic stability and basic sets; 5 Shift systems; 5.1 Notation and terminology; 5.2 The shift mapping; 5.3 Shift spaces
 5.4 Factor maps5.5 Subshifts and graphs; 5.6 Recurrence, almost periodicity and mixing; 6 Symbolic representations; 6.1 Topological partitions; 6.2 Expansive systems; 6.3 Applications; 7 Erratic behaviour; 7.1 Stability revisited; 7.2 Chaos(1): sensitive systems; 7.3 Chaos(2): scrambled sets; 7.4 Horseshoes for interval maps; 7.5 Existence of a horseshoe; 8 Topological entropy; 8.1 The definition; 8.2 Independence of the metric; factor maps; 8.3 Maps on intervals and circles; 8.4 The definition with covers; 8.5 Miscellaneous results; 8.6 Positive entropy and horseshoes for interval maps
 A TopologyA. 1 Elementary notions; A.2 Compactness; A.3 Continuous mappings; A.4 Convergence; A.5 Subspaces, products and quotients; A.6 Connectedness; A.7 Metric spaces; A.8 Baire category; A.9 Irreduciblemappings; A.10 Miscellaneous results; B The Cantor set; B.1 The construction; B.2 Proof of Brouwer's Theorem; B.3 Cantor spaces; C Hints to the Exercises; Literature; Index
 Control code
 873464768
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (xv, 498 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9783110342406
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

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 Other control number
 10.1515/9783110342406
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
 574285
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)873464768
 Label
 Topological Dynamical Systems : an Introduction to the Dynamics of Continuous Mappings
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 481484) and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Preface; Notation; 0 Introduction; 0.1 Definition and a (very brief) historical overview; 0.2 Continuous vs. discrete time; 0.3 The dynamical systems point of view; 0.4 Examples; 1 Basic notions; 1.1 Invariant and periodic points; 1.2 Invariant sets; 1.3 Transitivity; 1.4 Limit sets; 1.5 Topological conjugacy and factor mappings; 1.6 Equicontinuity and weak mixing; 1.7 Miscellaneous examples; 2 Dynamical systems on the real line; 2.1 Graphical iteration; 2.2 Existence of periodic orbits; 2.3 The truncated tent map; 2.4 The double of a mapping
 2.5 The Markov graph of a periodic orbit in an interval2.6 Transitivity of mappings of an interval; 3 Limit behaviour; 3.1 Limit sets and attraction; 3.2 Stability; 3.3 Stability and attraction for periodic orbits; 3.4 Asymptotic stability in locally compact spaces; 3.5 The structure of (asymptotically) stable sets; 4 Recurrent behaviour; 4.1 Recurrent points; 4.2 Almost periodic points and minimal orbit closures; 4.3 Nonwandering points; 4.4 Chainrecurrence; 4.5 Asymptotic stability and basic sets; 5 Shift systems; 5.1 Notation and terminology; 5.2 The shift mapping; 5.3 Shift spaces
 5.4 Factor maps5.5 Subshifts and graphs; 5.6 Recurrence, almost periodicity and mixing; 6 Symbolic representations; 6.1 Topological partitions; 6.2 Expansive systems; 6.3 Applications; 7 Erratic behaviour; 7.1 Stability revisited; 7.2 Chaos(1): sensitive systems; 7.3 Chaos(2): scrambled sets; 7.4 Horseshoes for interval maps; 7.5 Existence of a horseshoe; 8 Topological entropy; 8.1 The definition; 8.2 Independence of the metric; factor maps; 8.3 Maps on intervals and circles; 8.4 The definition with covers; 8.5 Miscellaneous results; 8.6 Positive entropy and horseshoes for interval maps
 A TopologyA. 1 Elementary notions; A.2 Compactness; A.3 Continuous mappings; A.4 Convergence; A.5 Subspaces, products and quotients; A.6 Connectedness; A.7 Metric spaces; A.8 Baire category; A.9 Irreduciblemappings; A.10 Miscellaneous results; B The Cantor set; B.1 The construction; B.2 Proof of Brouwer's Theorem; B.3 Cantor spaces; C Hints to the Exercises; Literature; Index
 Control code
 873464768
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (xv, 498 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9783110342406
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 10.1515/9783110342406
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
 574285
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)873464768
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