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Dynamical Systems Generated by Linear Maps

Dynamical Systems Generated by Linear Maps (Hardback)

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The book deals with dynamical systems, generated by linear mappings of finite dimensional spaces and their applications. These systems have a relatively simple structure from the point of view of the modern dynamical systems theory. However, for the dynamical systems of this sort, it is possible to obtain explicit answers to specific questions being useful in applications.The considered problems are natural and look rather simple, but in reality in the course of investigation, they confront users with plenty of subtle questions and their detailed analysis needs a substantial effort.The problems arising are related to linear algebra and dynamical systems theory, and therefore, the book can be considered as a natural amplification, refinement and supplement to linear algebra and dynamical systems theory textbooks.

Cemal B. Dolicanin (Cemal B. Dolicanin), full Professor of Mathematics at the State University of Novi Pazar, Republic of Serbia. He is a member of South Slavic Academy of Non-linear Sciences (JANN). He published 90 scientific papers in Theoretical Mathematics, Geometry, Dynamical Systems Theory and Applied Mathematics in Engineering Sciences. Applications from these papers are published in 26 textbooks and monographs. e-mail: cdolicanin@np.ac.rsAnatolij B. Antonevich, full Professor of Mathematics at Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus and he is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Bialystok, Poland. He is the author of 250 scientific papers in Functional Analysis and its applications are published in 15 monographs and textbooks. e-mail: antonevich@bsu.by

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