Renormalization in Area-Preserving maps by Robert S MacKay

By Robert S MacKay

This ebook is tailored and revised from the author's seminal PhD thesis, during which sorts of asymptotically common constitution have been provided and defined for area-preserving maps. Area-preserving maps are the discrete-time analogue of 2 degree-of-freedom Hamiltonian structures. How they paintings and masses in their dynamics are defined during this ebook. The asymptotically common constitution is located on small scales in phase-space and lengthy time-scales. the foremost to knowing it truly is renormalisation, that's, a process on successively smaller phase-space and longer time scales. Having offered this concept, the writer in short surveys using the assumption of renormalisation in physics. The renormalisation photo is then awarded because the key to realizing the transition from typical to chaotic movement in area-preserving maps. even supposing written ten years in the past, the subject material maintains to curiosity many this day. This up to date model can be precious to either researchers and scholars.

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