**Launch your smart contract idea in just 4 days!**

Addressing the General Problem of Studying Linear Stability and Bifurcations of Periodic Orbits by@graphtheory

138 reads

by Graph TheoryJune 23rd, 2024

**Authors:**

(1) Agustin Moreno;

(2) Francesco Ruscelli.

- Abstract
- Introduction
- Preliminaries
- The B-signature
- GIT sequence: low dimensions
- GIT sequence: arbitrary dimension
- Appendix A. Stability, the Krein–Moser theorem, and refinements and References

We address the general problem of studying linear stability and bifurcations of periodic orbits for Hamiltonian systems of arbitrary degrees of freedom. We study the topology of the GIT sequence introduced by the first author and Urs frauenfelder in [FM], in arbitrary dimension. In particular, we note that the combinatorics encoding the linear stability of periodic orbits is governed by a quotient of the associahedron. Our approach gives a topological/combinatorial proof of the classical Krein–Moser theorem, and refines it for the case of symmetric orbits.

This paper is available on arxiv under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 DEED license.

L O A D I N G

. . . comments & more!

. . . comments & more!