Berechenbares Chaos in dynamischen Systemen by R. Stoop, W.-H. Steeb

By R. Stoop, W.-H. Steeb

Dieses Lehrbuch bietet eine grundlegende Einf?hrung in chaotische Systeme, welche keinerlei Abstriche an mathematischer Exaktheit macht. Der textual content umfasst einerseits in ansprechender Tiefe die klassischen theoretischen Gesichtspunkte der dynamischen Systeme, wobei alle wesentlichen Beispiele der Literatur aus?hrlich behandelt werden. Daneben befasst er sich mit moderneren Fragestellungen, wie etwa nach der Natur der Berechenbarkeit oder der Verl?sslichkeit des desktops. Die Abgrenzung zu fortgeschrittenen Methoden ist klar gegeben durch den Ausschluss statistischer Methoden.

Zu den Kernph?nomenen werden kurze, aber vollst?ndige Programme in der Programmiersprache Mathematica angegeben, welche leicht zu verstehen sind und die guy f?r das individuelle Experimentieren leicht ?bernehmen und anpassen kann. ?ber a hundred and eighty  Beispiele und ?bungsaufgaben veranschaulichen das fabric und vertiefen das Verst?ndnis des Lesers. Biographien von historischen Schl?sselpers?nlichkeiten bereichern den Text.

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These rather I q e vdues indicate that a s e ~ c l u s i c d appro~xnationis a valid dwcription of the vibratianal motion. FOR, findg, for the d u e of y input, the values of the E, for which Eq. 22) is satisfied. After all of the ener@eshave been h n d , the corresponding phase pace trajwt* ries we dram. ) The following exercises are aimed at increasing yovr undemtmding of the physical principles and numerical. methods demonstrawd in this example. '? One of the most important aspects of using ie computer a tool to do pbysics is knovving when to have confidence that the program is giving the correct answers.

34). 025. For each enera, consider various initid conditions and integrate each trajectory long enough in time (some will require going to t m 1100) to map out the surface-of-section adequateb. For each energy, see if you can find the elliptic fixed points, the tori (and tori of tori) around them, and the chaotic regions of phaee space and observe how the relative proportions of each change with increasing energy. 4 around each elliptic trajectory. 45 46 h. Ordinary Diflemntial Equations Project 11: The structure of white dwarf stars White dwarf stars are cold Objects eomiposed largely of heavy nudel and thdr associated electrons.

That is, the eEective pohential, has a parabolic maximum and, when 6 = bcrit, the peak of this parabola is equal to the incident energy. The trajectory thus spends a very long time at the radius where this parabola peaks and the particle spirals many times around the force center. By tracing bcrit as a function of energy 23 24 1. Basic Mathematical Operations and by plotting a few of the effective potential8 involved, convince yourself that this is indeyed what's happening. Determine the x n ~ m u a ne n e r far ~ vvbich the Lennard-Jones potenkid exhibits orbiting, either by a d u t i o n of an agprcfpriate set of equatons invalviag Y and its derivatiw~ar by a systematic numerical investiwtion of the deflection function.

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