Image: The logistic map x→rx(1-x): Stable periodic orbits and attractor (blue); unstable periodic orbits (red).

Applied Dynamical Systems

Welcome to Applied Dynamical Systems. This is the central point for information about the course, but not updated for 2017-18 . Other information can be found at the official unit description (including about the exam) and the TCC pages .

Registration In addition to the requirements at your own University (including Bristol), please notify the following email addresses: At Oxford (maths.ox.ac.uk) graduate.studies and at Bristol (bris.ac.uk) both math-info and Carl.Dettmann with your name, programme, supervisor (if applicable) and any special assessment requirements.

Lecture notes These include recommended texts (none of which are essential). They are not a substitute for lectures; please don't come and ask for help just before the exam if you have not been attending lectures. Changes are possible, particularly to future lectures. Two versions: Compact environmental version: pdf chapters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7; voluminous version for annotating: pdf chapters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.

Assessment Normally there are three categories of assessment: This may be varied if required by the supervisor or home university; please indicate this when you register.

Miniproject Details. Past examples (distinction/first class level): osceledets sine.

Information for Bristol students The TCC room is in the main Mathematics building, at the end of the corridor on the first floor. Office hour to be confirmed.

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Professor Carl Dettmann / carl.dettmann@bristol.ac.uk