Quantitative jump theorem
Author:
P. I. Kaleda
Translated by:
E. Khukhro
Original publication:
Trudy Moskovskogo Matematicheskogo Obshchestva, tom 72 (2011), vypusk 2.
Journal:
Trans. Moscow Math. Soc. 2011, 171191
MSC (2010):
Primary 34E15; Secondary 34C26, 34E05, 34E20, 37C10, 37G10
Published electronically:
January 12, 2012
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Abstract: The jump theorem proved by Mishchenko and Pontryagin more than fifty years ago is one of the fundamental results in the theory of relaxation oscillations. Its statement is asymptotic in character. In this paper we present a quantitative analogue of it. This means the following. The jump theorem describes the map along trajectories (the Poincaré map) from a transversal `before the jump' to a transversal `after the jump'. This map is exponentially contracting, and its deviation from the jump point with respect to the slow coordinate is of order , where is the small parameter in the fastslow system. These estimates are asymptotic. Normalizing the system by choosing the scale, we prove that for all no greater than , the Poincaré map is defined, its deviation lies in the interval , and the map itself is a contraction with a coefficient that does not exceed , where . The main tool used in the investigation is the method of blowup with different weights, in the form described by Krupa and Szmolyan.
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P. I. Kaleda
Affiliation:
Research and Development Institute of Power Engineering, Moscow, Russia
Email:
pkaleda@yandex.ru
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/S007715542012001873
Keywords:
Relaxation oscillations,
fastslow system,
jump point,
resolution of singularities,
normal form
Published electronically:
January 12, 2012
Additional Notes:
This research was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant no. 70100017a) and by RFBR/CNRS (grant no. 050102801CNRSa).
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