Because flowmaps are homeomorphic maps on a compact domain $\Omega$, I was wondering if there is any literature that proves that diffeomorphism $\Phi(x)$ can be expressed as a flowmap of a certain dynamical system?

that is, for any $\varepsilon>0$ does there exist $\dot z(t)=v(z(t))$ and end time $\tau>0$ with initial value $z(0)=x$ such that $\Phi(x)=\phi_v^\tau(x)$ or $\|\Phi(x)-\phi_v^\tau(x)\|<\varepsilon$ where $\phi_v^\tau(x)=z(\tau)$?

There is another version (time-fixed) of this question in Can orientation preserving diffeomorphism in $\mathbb{R}^d$ be presented by flowmap of dynamical systems?