By A.N. Sharkovsky, S.F. Kolyada, A.G. Sivak, V.V. Fedorenko
maps whose topological entropy is the same as 0 (i.e., maps that experience in basic terms cyeles of pe 2 riods 1,2,2 , ... ) are studied intimately and elassified. numerous topological facets of the dynamics of unimodal maps are studied in Chap ter five. We learn the exact beneficial properties of the restricting habit of trajectories of tender maps. specifically, for a few elasses of gentle maps, we determine theorems at the variety of sinks and research the matter of lifestyles of wandering periods. In bankruptcy 6, for a wide elass of maps, we turn out that the majority issues (with recognize to the Lebesgue degree) are attracted via an analogous sink. Our consciousness is principally enthusiastic about the matter of life of an invariant degree completely non-stop with recognize to the Lebesgue degree. We additionally examine the matter of Lyapunov balance of dynamical platforms and ensure the measures of repelling and attracting invariant units. the matter of balance of separate trajectories less than perturbations of maps and the matter of structural balance of dynamical platforms as a complete are mentioned in Chap ter 7. In bankruptcy eight, we examine one-parameter households of maps. We study bifurcations of periodic trajectories and houses of the set of bifurcation values of the parameter, in eluding common homes equivalent to Feigenbaum universality.
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On the real axis 1R. The dynamieal system on [0, 1] generated by the map (see Fig. 18) I: x ~ mx (mod 1) (1) is isomorphie to the dynamieal system of shifts with alphabet 8',... , 8 m. If we use the m-digit representation of the points XE [0, 1], then, clearly, 8 i - i-I, where i = 1,... , m. 01 ... m-1 0001 ... m-1 m-1 000001 ... = 11m2 + 2Im3 + .... The dynamical system generated by (1) does not belong to the c1ass of one-dimensional dynamical systems considered in the book because map (1) is not continuous.
The following fact: The repelling fixed point may lose its property to attract almost all trajectories as a result of infinitesimally small perturbations of the map g. It is also interesting to study a more general question: What properties of a dynamical system generated by a map from a certain space IDC of maps can be regarded as typical? Any property can be regarded as generic (typical) if a collection of maps characterized by this property forms a set of the second Baire category in IDC Clearly, the answer to the posed question depends on the space IDC under consideration.
Let V O be the space oJ unimodal maps endowed with CO-topoLogy. Then the map h : J ~ h (f) is continuous at a point Jo oJ the space UO whenever h(fo) > O. 4. ) are greater than 1, one can construct piecewise linear models. 3) that this function is meromorphic in the circle It I < 1 and satisfies the condition Lf(J) / Lf :s; 1 for Hence, LlJ) / Lf possesses a removable singularity at t = r (f). We define A(J) = lim Lf(J). Hr(f) Lf It is easy to show that (i) if (ii) J1 and J2 have a common end, then if J does not contain points of extrema, then t > O.