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I'm working on complex dynamical systems, more specifically on the local/global aspect of singular holomorphic foliations in the complex plane
Apr 16 |
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The centralizer of Lienard equation
@AliTaghavi: the trick you mentionned with the vector field obtained by looking for an autonomous sytem satisfied by $\dot \gamma$, seems to work only in that specific case (or other «simple» cases). Otherwise you can't get rid of the variables $x, y$ in the expression of $\ddot x=\dot y\frac{\partial P}{\partial x}(x,y)+\dot y\frac{\partial P}{\partial y}(x,y)$ and the same for $\ddot y$. |
Apr 16 |
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The centralizer of Lienard equation
@AliTaghavi: no, it's not true. Take the linear center case $P(x,y)=y, Q(x,y)=-x$. Then $X\cdot P=Q$ and $X\cdot Q=-P$ so that you obtain a multiple of the radial vector field. |
Apr 16 |
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An elementary question in abstract algebra
Please, do not answer non-research level questions… |
Apr 16 |
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How to find a matrix by its characteristic value and characteristic vectors?
Welcome to MO. This site is for reseach level questions. You should try to ask this question on another site, like MathStackExchange. |
Apr 16 |
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How to find a matrix by its characteristic value and characteristic vectors?
Please, do not answer questions which are not research level… |
Apr 14 |
awarded | Revival |
Apr 14 |
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The centralizer of Lienard equation
@AliTaghavi: well, I may be wrong! But the heuristics is as follows: transverse commuting vector fields give Lie symmetries and improve integrability (by quadrature on the underlying differential equation $\frac{dy}{dx}=\ldots$). But it seems to me that the system is not integrable (in that sense) when $F$ is "too complicated". Yet I'm no specialist of Liénard systems, I'd rather trust you on that subject ;) |
Apr 14 |
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Non-hyperbolic fixed points in multidimensional systems
@Nathaniel: see my edit. |
Apr 14 |
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Non-hyperbolic fixed points in multidimensional systems
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Apr 14 |
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“Explicit” examples of Irrational numbers very well approximated by rationnal numbers
@few_reps: I don't talk to bosses as a general rule ;) Bises |
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answered | Non-hyperbolic fixed points in multidimensional systems |
Apr 13 |
answered | The centralizer of Lienard equation |
Apr 11 |
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Limit cycles as closed geodesics(geodesiable flow)
@AliTaghavi: I'm afraid I can't tell for sure that I followed your argument. Anyway, I hope your interesting question will find an aswer. |
Apr 11 |
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Integer roots of a polynomial
According to the comments, j can be any integer |
Apr 11 |
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Is there a program for convenient working with equations and coefficients?
You need to use a symbolic calculator (computer algebra system). Try Maple, PARI and the like (some are free and others not). Yet this question is not fit for this site and will surely be closed soon, so you might want to ask the question elsewhere. |
Apr 11 |
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Integer roots of a polynomial
@HAMEDHM: edit done |
Apr 11 |
suggested | suggested edit on Integer roots of a polynomial |
Apr 11 |
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Integer roots of a polynomial
@HAMEDHM: wait, do you mean that $j$ can be negative ? |
Apr 11 |
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Limit cycles as closed geodesics(geodesiable flow)
@AliTaghavi: although your approach is interesting in that case, I don't understand how you hope to relate it to Hilbert 16th's problem when there is more than 1 limit cycle…? |