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In ( 2 )Here we use only the part asserting that 0 changes its stability at oo. 6 this area, except for the work of Duff, Andronov, and Leontovich in the sixties, we rely on recent work of Ma Zhi-en . In addition, we shall introduce some conclusions which do not require F(o:) to be a family of rotated vector fields. 8 . 5). Then as o: increases from o:o, the two sides 6A and OB of this hyperbolic region will continuously rotate around 0 in the counterclockwise direction, and when o: changes to o:o + T, OB will turn into the position of OA.
Hence this shows that the latter is a Lyapunov stable solution. The theorem is completely proved. 1), then any periodic solution on r must be negatively oriented and Lyapunov stable. For the problem of Lyapunov stability of periodic solutions on multiple cycles, we refer to the work of V. I. Zubov . His results are very interesting but will not be introduced here. Finally, if a singular closed trajectory containing a finite number of saddle points is an internal limit cycle, then there are simpler methods to determine the stability of its trajectory, which are very useful for the study of some polynomial stationary systems.
4. 8) keeps a constant sign in the outside and the inside of a small neighborhood of r, then r is called a monotonically close cycle . THEOREM 2. 6. 1) to be a monotonically close stable (unstable) cycle is that i = 1, 2, ... 'k - 1, but O'k < 0 (> 0) where k is odd; a necessary and sufficient condition for r to be a monotonically close semistable cycle is that O'i = 0, i = 1, ... , k- 1, but O'k =/= 0, where k is even. 27) do not contain the unknown function Tj hence, if we obtain p(t) from the first formula, then we obtain T(t) after integrating the second formula.
Analysis I (v. 1) by Terence Tao