By Paul Kutler, Jolen Flores, Jean-Jacques Chattot
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The constant I< is called a Lipschitz constant for F. 19). 19). 19). 19) is asymptotically stable. 3. We consider the stability of the fixed point x = 0 of the system X] = 22 x2 = -2px2 - sirircl where p > 0. To verify if the conditions for applying the PoincariLyapunov theorem are satisfied, we rewrite this planar system in the following form: In this case, the eigenvalues of the 2 x 2 matrix A are A1 = -p - d z and A2 = -p t d G Because both of the eigenvalues have negative real parts, according to the PoincarkLyapunov theorem, the fixed point x = 0 of the planar system is asymptotically stable.
2) and that Dt is the domain of attraction of the origin. 7) are attracted to the origin of the state space as t --+ 00. 7) when p > 0. Such asymptotically stable solutions are attractive and examples of attractors. In a general setting, let T t represent an evolution operator that acts on initial conditions ~0 in R" such that Ttxo = x(x0, t ) , where x E R". Repeated applications of T t may take one to a subspace of 72" called an attractor, which is defined by the following properties (Eckmann, 1981): 1.
5), we obtain Pv = APv or v = Dv Hence, v = e ( ' - t o ) D VO where vo = v(t0) = P-lyo. In t e r m of y, this solution becomes y ( t ) = Pe('-fO)DP-'yo rJ1 * 4 - * * 4 J 2 - * 4 . . 7) . . . . . . . -4 4 Jk . J,= A,1 0 0 A m l 0 0 A, -0 0 0 * * * - 0 * . o * * . * * . Am * - . . * - CONTINUOUS-TIME SYSTEMS 39 P are the generalized eigenvectors corresponding to the eigenvalues A, of the matrix A. There are nm generalized eigenvectors corresponding to the eigenvalue A,. These vectors are the nonzero solutions of For an n x n matrix with n distinct eigenvalues, the generalized eigenvectors are also the eigenvectors of the matrix.
15th Int'l Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics by Paul Kutler, Jolen Flores, Jean-Jacques Chattot