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2. Piecewise-smooth maps Chris Budd

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Maps

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Key idea … The functions or one of their nth derivatives, differ when Discontinuity set Interesting discontinuity induced bifurcations occur when limit sets of the map intersect the discontinuity set

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Piecewise-Linear, continuous

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Origin of piecewise-linear continous maps: Direct: Electronic switches [Hogan, Homer, di Bernardo, Feigin, Banerjee] Poincare maps of flow: Corner bifurcations DC-DC convertors

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Piecewise-Linear, discontinuous

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Origin of piecewise-linear discontinuous maps: Direct: Neuron dynamics [Keener, Stark, Bressloff] Heart beats [Keener] Electronic switches [Hogan, Banerjee] Circle maps [Glendinning, Arnold] Poincare maps of flow: Impact oscillators [B, Pring] Cam dynamics [B, Piiroinen] Pin-ball machines [Pring]

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Square-root-Linear, continuous

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Origin of Square-root-Linear, continuous maps Local behaviour of the Poincare maps of hybrid systems close to grazing impacts [Budd, Nordmark, Whiston] Quasi-local behaviour of the Poincare maps of piecewise-smooth flows close to grazing (The very local behaviour of such flows leads to maps with a piecewise linear map coupled to a map with a 3/2 power law)

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All maps have fixed points over certain ranges of Border collision bifurcations occur when for certain parameter values the fixed points intersect with the discontinuity set Get exotic dynamics close to these parameter values

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I: Dynamics of the piecewise-linear-continuous map [Feigin, Hogan. Homer, di Bernardo] Fixed points Not all fixed points are admissible!

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Persistence of a stable Fixed point

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Non-smooth Fold Bifurcation

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Non-smooth Period-doubling

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Period-adding Robust chaos

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II: Dynamics of the piecewise-linear-discontinous map [Glendinning, Keener, Arnold, Stark, Shantz,..] Two fixed points R admissible if x > 0 L admissible if x < 0

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Co-existing periodic orbits

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Fixed point Region of non-existence … expect exotic dynamics here

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High period periodic orbits mu-1 Period 2 LR periodic orbit Admissible range: Separate from L or R if,overlaps with L if

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Period n: L n-1 R periodic orbit

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If: Period n: L n-1 R periodic orbit exists when Period 2n-1: L n-1 RL n-2 R periodic orbit exists for certain parameter values In the interval Period-adding

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Parameter range for simple periodic orbits Fractions 1/nFractions (n-1)/n

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Period adding Farey sequence Fixed point Homoclinic orbit Fixed point

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Winding number

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Dynamics of the piecewise-linear map Period adding Farey sequence Chaotic

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Dynamics of the piecewise-linear map Period incrementing sequence

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III. Piecewise Square-root-linear maps Map arises in the study of grazing bifurcations of flows and hybrid systems Infinite stretching when Fixed point at

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Chaos Period adding

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Immediate jump to robust chaos Partial period adding

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Period adding Period adding windows scale geometrically with lambda squared.

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Stable fixed point x=0 if Unstable fixed point if Typical dynamics

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Trapping region: Induced map Maximal value

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Map shows a strong degree of self-similarity F is piecewise-smooth, m is piecewise-constant Implies geometric scaling of period-adding windows F/mu m

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G has an infinite number of fixed points All unstable if First stable if First and second stable if

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Get similar behaviour in higher-dimensional square-root maps Map [Nordmark] also arises naturally in the study of grazing in flows and hybrid systems. Behaviour depends on the eigenvalues of A

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If A has complex eigenvalues we see discontinuous transitions between periodic orbits similar to the piecewise-linear case. If A has real eigenvalues we see similar behaviour to the 1D map

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Next lecture.. See how this allows us to explain the dynamics of hybrid and related systems

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