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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: Springer], Bifurcation theory studies how the structure of solutions to equations changes as parameters are varied. The nature of these changes depends both on the number of parameters and on the symmetries of the equations. Volume I discusses how singularity-theoretic techniques aid the understanding of transitions in multiparameter systems. This volume focuses on bifurcation problems with symmetry and shows how group-theoretic techniques aid the understanding of transitions in symmetric systems. Four broad topics are covered: group theory and steady-state bifurcation, equicariant singularity theory, Hopf bifurcation with symmetry, and mode interactions. The opening chapter provides an introduction to these subjects and motivates the study of systems with symmetry. Detailed case studies illustrate how group-theoretic methods can be used to analyze specific problems arising in applications. TOC:Preface.- Contents of Vol. I.- Introduction.- Group Theoretic Preliminaries.- Symmetry-Breaking in Steady-State Bifurcation.- Case Study 4: The Planar Bénard Problem.- Equivariant Normal Forms.- Equivariant Unfolding Theory.- Case Study 5: The Traction Problem for Mooney-Rivlin Material.- Symmetry-Breaking in Hopf Bifurcation.- Hopf Bifurcation with 0(2) Symmetry.- Further Examples of Hopf Bifurcation with Symmetry.- Mode Interactions.- Mode Interactions with 0(2) Symmetry.- Case Study 6: The Taylor-Couette System.- Bibliography.- Index.XVI,533 pages - 96 b/w ill., 96 b/w Line drawings, 73 b/w TablesVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen
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Bifurcation theory studies how the structure of solutions to equations changes as parameters are varied. The nature of these changes depends both on the number of parameters and on the symmetries of the equations. Volume I discusses how singularity-theoretic techniques aid the understanding of transitions in multiparameter systems. This volume focuses on bifurcation problems with symmetry and shows how group-theoretic techniques aid the understanding of transitions in symmetric systems. Four broad topics are covered: group theory and steady-state bifurcation, equicariant singularity theory, Hopf bifurcation with symmetry, and mode interactions. The opening chapter provides an introduction to these subjects and motivates the study of systems with symmetry. Detailed case studies illustrate how group-theoretic methods can be used to analyze specific problems arising in applications. Martin Golubitsky, Ian Stewart, david schaeffer, Books, Science and Nature, Mathematics, Differential Equations, Singularities and Groups in Bifurcation Theory: Volume II Books>Science and Nature>Mathematics>Differential Equations, Springer New York
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Bifurcation theory studies how the structure of solutions to equations changes as parameters are varied. The nature of these changes depends both on the number of parameters and on the symmetries of the equations. Volume I discusses how singularity-theoretic techniques aid the understanding of transitions in multiparameter systems. This volume focuses on bifurcation problems with symmetry and shows how group-theoretic techniques aid the understanding of transitions in symmetric systems. Four broad topics are covered: group theory and steady-state bifurcation, equicariant singularity theory, Hopf bifurcation with symmetry, and mode interactions. The opening chapter provides an introduction to these subjects and motivates the study of systems with symmetry. Detailed case studies illustrate how group-theoretic methods can be used to analyze specific problems arising in applications. Singularities and Groups in Bifurcation Theory: Volume II Golubitsky, Martin / Schaeffer, D. / Stewart, I. A., Springer
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