By George Osipenko
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By localization we mean an algorithm which gives a sequence of neighborhoods for a desired set. , the neighborhoods are imbedded one inside the other, and converges to the desired set. The set desired is the set of p-periodic trajectories. By investigating the symbolic image one can separate the cells through which p-periodic trajectories may pass from those through which periodic trajectories do not pass. The union of these cells is a closed neighborhood of the desired set. Then we apply a method of adaptive subdivision for cells and construct a sequence of symbolic images which generates a sequence of embedded neighborhoods.
Theorem 33. Let C ∗ , G∗ , Λ∗ , R∗ (p) be as above. B1 − I)−1 ||(a + α(d/2))p − ap ) < 1, α( . ) is the module of continuity of f on R∗ (p) and a as in Theorem 26. , yp } of f , which lies in R∗ (p). Proof. By Proposition (32) there is a component E of Q(p, d/2) contained in R∗ (p). , xp } in E, where Ai = f (xi ). Let azi be the center of the cell M ∗ (zi ) such that ρ(xi , azi ) ≤ d/2. Then |Ai − Bi | ≤ α(d/2), where Bi = f (azi ). Hence, p p Bi ≤ (a + α(d/2))p − ap . Ai − i=1 i=1 To prove that the operator that p i=1 Ai − I is invertible it is suﬃcient to prove p Ai − I u ≥ µ|u| i=1 for any u ∈ Rn .
5) and hence, F (0) is invertible. 5) we obtain u ≤ K(ap−1 + ap−2 + ... + 1) w . 6) As a is an estimation of the derivative norm, we can consider a = 1. 6) it follows that ap − 1 (F (0))−1 ≤ K . , f (xp ) − x1 }, and ap − 1 (F (0))−1 F (0) ≤ K ε. , xp } can be considered as a point of the Banach space H, we apply Theorem 25 and complete the proof. Theorem 26 allows to formulate the following algorithm of construction of p-periodic trajectory. 1. , xp } by methods of symbolic dynamics. 2. Verify the hypotheses of Theorem 26.
Dynamical Systems, Graphs, and Algorithms by George Osipenko