Jack K. Hale's Asymptotic behavior of dissipative systems PDF

By Jack K. Hale

ISBN-10: 0821849344

ISBN-13: 9780821849347

ISBN-10: 1551986981

ISBN-13: 9781551986982

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Subsequently Conley considered the equation using what is now called the "Conley index", a sophisticated perturbation technique which is far from classical, and showed that there is a nonconstant bounded solution. As we will see below, this easily implies that there is a = u2 -1 heteroclinic orbit. His result and proof extend to the equation for all integers n, but for n > 3 the existence of a heteroclinic orbit has not been proved, as far as we know, and is not true if n is even. This problem is also discussed using the method of Conley index in [223] and [225].

Furthermore, on every such interval, x" (t, a2, 131) > x" (t, a1 , 131) , and so x' (t, a2 , 131) > x' (t, a1 , 131) on (0, T]. It follows that x (t, a2,131) > x (t, a1,131) for as long as they both exist, and therefore, x (t, a2, 131) > m + 1 for some t E (0, t1). A similar argument applies if t1 <0. We therefore see that every point in Al can be connected by a straight line within Al to the region m < a < m + 1, and this region lies entirely in A1. Therefore Al is connected, and similarly, A2 is connected.

11. rl n r4 and I'2 fl I'3 are nonempty and disjoint. Proof. To show that these sets are nonempty, consider a point (m + 2, /3). For each 3 < 0 this point lies in I'3. 12 you are asked to show that if -,6 is sufficiently large then (m -I- 2, /3) also lies in I'2. This conclusion follows because lis bounded in the region lxi < m+ 1. A similar argument shows that for sufficiently large Q, (-m - 2, Q) E rl n r4. 10. 8 to show that there is a point (a*, /3*) E SZ which is not in Al or A2, and the corresponding solution x (t, a*, /3*) is bounded on (-oo, oo).

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