7 edition of **Discrete dynamical systems and difference equations with Mathematica** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2002**
by Chapman & Hall/CRC in Boca Raton
.

Written in English

- Mathematica (Computer file),
- Difference equations -- Data processing

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-339) and index.

Statement | Mustafa R.S. Kulenović, Orlando Merino. |

Contributions | Merino, Orlando. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA431 .K838 2002 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xv, 344 p. : |

Number of Pages | 344 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL21505094M |

ISBN 10 | 1584882875 |

LC Control Number | 2002017485 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 48817951 |

We propose a new approach to the multiple-scale analysis of difference equations, in the context of the finite operator calculus. We derive the transformation formulae that map any given dynamical system, continuous or discrete, into a rescaled discrete system, by generalizing a classical result due to by: 3. Chapter 6 Modeling with Discrete Dynamical Systems LINEAR FIRST ORDER DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS Analytical Solutions Possibly the simplest nontrivial diﬀerence equation has the form xn+1 = axn. () This equation has the special solution xn = 0. Since it is constant it is said to be an equilibrium Size: KB.

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Chapter Discrete dynamical systems § The logistic equation § Fixed and periodic points § Linear diﬀerence equations § Local behavior near ﬁxed points Chapter Discrete dynamical systems in one dimension § Period doubling § Sarkovskii’s theorem § On the.

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The book has a very hands-on approach and takes the reader from basic theory to recently published research material. This chapter provides an overview of the discrete dynamical systems. Dynamical systems are mathematical models of how things move. The motion of the bodies in the solar system comes to mind as a physical dynamical system.

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These proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications cover a number of different aspects of difference equations and discrete dynamical systems, as well as the interplay between difference equations and dynamical systems.

The conference was organized by.This book covers topics like stability, hyperbolicity, bifurcation theory and chaos, which are essential in order to understand the fascinating behavior of nonlinear discrete dynamical systems. This is a free eBook for students.The book provides detailed coverage of dynamics and phase diagrams, including: quantitative and qualitative dynamic systems, continuous and discrete dynamics, linear and non-linear systems and single equation and systems of equations.

It illustrates dynamic systems using Mathematica, Maple V and : Ronald Shone.