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Nonlocal asymptotic behavior of curves and leaves of laminations on universal coverings
D. V. Anosov
|Statement||D.V. Anosov and E.V. Zhuzhoma.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics -- v. 249, 2005, issue 2., Trudy Matematicheskogo instituta imeni V.A. Steklova -- no. 249.|
|Contributions||Zhuzhoma, E. V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
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Nonlocal asymptotic behavior of curves and leaves of laminations on universal coverings. D.V. Anosov and E.V. Zhuzhoma （Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, vol. measures an asymptotic direction of the lamination on the surface.
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The invariant has a continuous part (the tail of a continued fraction) and a combinatorial part (the singularity data).
It is shown, that the invariant is complete, i.e. the geodesic lamination can be recovered from the invariant. The continuous part of the invariant has geometric meaning of a slope of Author: Igor V. Nikolaev. Koropecki and F. Tal, Bounded and unbounded behavior for area-preserving rational pseudo-rotations, Proc.
London Math. Soc., to appear. [KT12b] Andres Koropecki and Fabio Armando Tal, Strictly toral dynamics, Invent. We study the asymptotic behavior for nonlocal diffusion models of the form u t = J ∗ u − u in the whole R N or in a bounded smooth domain with Dirichlet or Neumann boundary conditions.
In R N we obtain that the long time behavior of the solutions is determined by the behavior of the Fourier transform of J near the origin, which is linked to the behavior of J at infinity. (0 asymptotic behavior is the same as the one for solu-tions of the evolution given by the ﬁ=2 fractional power of the laplacian.
In particular when the nonlocal diﬁusion is given by a compactly sup-ported kernel the asymptotic behavior is the same as the one for the heat equation, which is.
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We study the long time behavior of bounded, integrable solutions to a nonlocal diffusion equation, ∂ t u = J ⁎ u − u, where J is a smooth, radially symmetric kernel with support B d (0) ⊂ R 2.
The problem is set in an exterior two-dimensional domain which excludes a. «Nonlocal asymptotic behavior of curves and leaves of laminations on universal coverings», Volume () «Differential equations and dynamical systems», Volume () «Nonlinear dynamics», Volume () / Author Index «Dynamical systems and related problems of geometry», Volume ().
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In mathematical analysis, asymptotic analysis, also known as asymptotics, is a method of describing limiting behavior. As an illustration, suppose that we are interested in the properties of a function f(n) as n becomes very large.
If f(n) = n 2 + 3n, then as n becomes very large, the term 3n becomes insignificant compared to n function f(n) is said to be "asymptotically equivalent to n. Nonlocal asymptotic behavior of curves and leaves of laminations on universal coverings Tr. Mat. Inst. Steklova,Volume3– Asymptotic Behavior of Covering Curves on the Universal Coverings of Surfaces Tr.
Mat. Inst. Steklova,Volume5–Definitions. An asymptotic direction is one in which the normal curvature is zero.
Which is to say: for a point on an asymptotic curve, take the plane which bears both the curve's tangent and the surface's normal at that point. The curve of intersection of the plane and .asymptotic approx Figure 2. In the top gure we see how the cubic function f(x;) = x3 x2 (1+)x+1 behaves while below we see how its roots evolve, as is increased from 0.
The dotted curves in the lower gure are the asymptotic approximations for the roots close to 1.