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Now where do points end up? 5. What periodic behavior wins out in the long run? Try several different initial conditions to explore the basin of the attracting periodic behavior. 57 and report your results. Now that we have some intuition from period-two orbits, we note that the situation is essentially the same for higher periods. Let ͕p1 , . . , pk ͖ denote a period-k orbit of f. The chain rule says that (f k ) (p1 ) ϭ (f(f kϪ1 )) (p1 ) ϭ f (f kϪ1 (p1 ))(f kϪ1 ) (p1 ) ϭ f (f kϪ1 (p1 ))f (f kϪ2 (p1 )) и и и f (p1 ) ϭ f (pk )f (pkϪ1 ) и и и f (p1 ).
The tiny mass is eventually ejected toward the right. Other trajectories starting close to one of the bodies can be forever trapped. 47 T WO - D I M E N S I O N A L M A P S that it never returns. Other pictures, with different initial conditions, could be shown in which the asteroid remains forever close to one of the stars. This three-body system is called the “planar restricted three-body problem”, but we will refer to it as the three-body problem. Poincar´e’s method of analysis was based on the fact that the motion of the small mass could be studied, in a rather nonobvious manner, by studying the orbit of a plane map (a function from ޒ2 to ޒ2 ).
Pk ͖ denote a period-k orbit of f. The chain rule says that (f k ) (p1 ) ϭ (f(f kϪ1 )) (p1 ) ϭ f (f kϪ1 (p1 ))(f kϪ1 ) (p1 ) ϭ f (f kϪ1 (p1 ))f (f kϪ2 (p1 )) и и и f (p1 ) ϭ f (pk )f (pkϪ1 ) и и и f (p1 ). S TA B IL IT Y T E S T FO R P E R IO D IC O R B IT S The periodic orbit ͕p1 , . . , pk ͖ is a sink if |f (pk ) и и и f (p1 )| Ͻ 1 and a source if |f (pk ) и и и f (p1 )| Ͼ 1. 4) 1 . 5 T H E F A M I LY OF LOGISTIC MAPS This formula tells us that the derivative of the kth iterate f k of f at a point of a period-k orbit is the product of the derivatives of f at the k points of the orbit.
A First Course in Partial Differential Equations: with Complex Variables and Transform Methods (Dover Books on Mathematics) by H. F. Weinberger