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|Series||Progress in probability and statistics ;, v. 16|
|LC Classifications||QA274 .K55 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||87038199|
Random Perturbations of Hamiltonian Systems §1. Introduction. §2. Main Results '• §3. Proof of Theorem §4. Proofs of Lemmas to §5. Proof of Lemma §6. Proof of Lemma §7. Remarks and Generalizations CHAPTER 9 Stability Under Random Perturbations §1. Formulation of the Problem § by: In the mathematical field of dynamical systems, a random dynamical system is a dynamical system in which the equations of motion have an element of randomness to them. Random dynamical systems are characterized by a state space S, a set of maps from S into itself that can be thought of as the set of all possible equations of motion, and a probability distribution Q on .
The stochastic Lyapunov stability was dealt with in Hasminskii [Has]. In this book we are concerned mainly with questions of global stability in the presence of noise which can be described as recovering parameters of dynamical systems . Entdecken Sie "Random Perturbations of Dynamical Systems" von Alexander D. Wentzell und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. The first edition of this book was published in in Russian. Most of the material presented was related to large-deviation theory for stochastic pro- cesses. This theory was developed more or less at the same time by different authors in different countries. This book .
Small random perturbations may have a dramatic impact on the long time evolution of dynamical systems, and large deviation theory is often the right theoretical framework to Cited by: Extremes of Non-Autonomous Dynamical Systems A note on Randomly Perturbed Dynamical Systems Quasi-disconnected Attractors Clusters and Recurrence of Extremes Towards Spatial Extremes: Coupled Map Lattice Models A Codes A.1 Extremal index A.2 Recurrences - Extreme Value Analysis
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A new Section on deterministic perturbations of one-degree-of-freedom systems was added in Chapter 8. It is shown there that pure deterministic perturbations Random perturbations of dynamical systems book an oscillator may lead to a stochastic, in a certain sense, long-time behavior of the system, if the corresponding Hamiltonian has saddle points.
This book is a serviceable treatment of dynamics in general. The first chapter covers discrete, deterministic dynamical systems and chaos. The second chapter is independent from the first and covers the general theory of Markov processes.
The third chapter introduces (Markovian) random dynamical by: : Random Perturbations of Dynamical Systems (Progress in Probability) (): Yuri Kifer: BooksCited by: We therefore included in the second edition a number of new results related to the aver aging principle.
Random perturbations of classical dynamical systems under certain conditions lead to diffusion processes on graphs. Such problems are considered in the new Chapter 8. Get this from a library.
Random perturbations of dynamical systems. [M I Freĭdlin; Alexander D Wentzell; Joseph Szücs] -- Most of the results are closely connected with PDEs, and the authors' approach presents a powerful method for studying the asymptotic behavior of the solutions of initial-boundary value problems for. Random Perturbations of Dynamical Systems.
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Dynamical systems are often subject to random perturbations or noise. Even when the noise amplitude is small, it has a profound influence on the dynamics on the appropriate time-scale. At a first sight one might think that this influence happens at such a long time-scale that it is rarely of practical importance.
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In Face Processing, Multiresolution Search. The random perturbations are applied to the face mesh at two different resolutions.
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