Special Issue "Nonautonomous and Random Dynamical Systems"

A special issue of Axioms (ISSN 2075-1680).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2022.

Special Issue Editor

Dr. Davor Dragicevic
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Department of Mathematics, University of Rijeka, Radmile Matejčić 2, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia
Interests: ergodic theory; hyperbolic dynamical systems; difference equations; ordinary differential equations

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The theory of dynamical systems is concerned with the study of the asymptotic behaviour (of both qualitative and quantitative nature) of complex systems modelling real life phenomena. In the last couple of decades, dynamical systems have emerged as one of the most active and impactful areas of modern mathematics, with spectacular applications to other branches of mathematics as well as to other natural sciences such as biology, chemistry, and physics.

In particular, it is of central importance to study nonautonomous and random dynamical systems because those are used to model transport in complex environments (such as in the atmosphere or in the ocean), where the rules of dynamics are not static but rather exhibit various types of changes.

The aim of this Special Issue is to stimulate the study of nonautonomous and random dynamical systems as well as to explore new directions.

All research papers concerned with the qualitative and asymptotic behavior of nonautonomous or random dynamical systems are welcome, with particular emphasis on those dealing with various concepts of stability or hyperbolicity. In addition, we particularly welcome research papers dealing with the quantitative properties of random dynamical systems such as various limit laws.

Finally, we also plan to publish carefully selected survey papers describing recent major advancements in the previously mentioned research areas.

Dr. Davor Dragicevic
Guest Editor

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  • Hyperbolicity
  • Stability
  • Random dynamical systems
  • Nonautonomous dynamical systems
  • Ergodic theory
  • Limit laws

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Smooth Stable Manifold for Delay Differential Equations with Arbitrary Growth Rate
Axioms 2021, 10(2), 105; https://doi.org/10.3390/axioms10020105 - 25 May 2021
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In this article, we construct a C1 stable invariant manifold for the delay differential equation x=Ax(t)+Lxt+f(t,xt) assuming the ρ-nonuniform exponential dichotomy for the corresponding solution operator. We also assume that the C1 perturbation, f(t,xt), and its derivative are sufficiently small and satisfy smoothness conditions. To obtain the invariant manifold, we follow the method developed by Lyapunov and Perron. We also show the dependence of invariant manifold on the perturbation f(t,xt). Full article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Nonautonomous and Random Dynamical Systems)
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