11 edition of **Topological theory of dynamical systems** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1994**
by North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York
.

Written in English

- Differentiable dynamical systems.,
- Topological dynamics.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 402-410) and index.

Statement | N. Aoki, K. Hiraide. |

Series | North-Holland mathematical library ;, v. 52 |

Contributions | Hiraide, K. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA614.8 .A52 1994 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | viii, 416 p. : |

Number of Pages | 416 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1087671M |

ISBN 10 | 0444899170 |

LC Control Number | 94011678 |

This book is an essentially self contained introduction to topological dynamics and ergodic theory. It is divided into a number of relatively short chapters with the intention that each may be used as a component of a lecture course tailored to the particular audience. Parts of the book are suitable for a final year undergraduate course or for a masters level course.5/5(1). [Smi07] nicely embeds the modern theory of nonlinear dynamical systems into the general socio-cultural context. It also provides a very nice popular science introduction to basic concepts of dynamical systems theory, which to some extent relates to the path we will follow in this course.

There is no recent elementary introduction to the theory of discrete dynamical systems that stresses the topological background of the topic. This book fills this gap: it deals with this theory as 'applied general topology'. We treat all important concepts needed to understand recent literature. The book is addressed primarily to graduate students. This book is essentially a self-contained introduction to topological dynamics and ergodic theory. It is divided into a number of relatively short chapters with the intention that each may be used as a component of a lecture course tailored to the particular by:

This book collects these results, both old and new, and organizes them into a natural foundation for all aspects of dynamical systems theory. No existing book is comparable in content or scope. Requiring background in point-set topology and some degree of “mathematical sophistication”, Akin's book serves as an excellent textbook for a. Surjunctivity and topological rigidity of algebraic dynamical systems - Volume 39 Issue 3 - SIDDHARTHA BHATTACHARYA, TULLIO CECCHERINI-SILBERSTEIN, MICHEL COORNAERTCited by: 3.

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