Instability of isolated equilibria of dynamical systems with invariant measure in spaces of odd dimension
We discuss the conjecture asserting that isolated equilibrium states of autonomous systems admitting invariant measures are unstable in spaces of odd dimension. This conjecture is proved for systems for which quasihomogeneous truncations with isolated singularities can be found. We consider a counterexample in the class of systems with infinitely differentiable right-hand sides and zero Maclaurin series at the equilibrium state.
Key wordsdynamical system invariant measure homogeneity equilibrium stability in the sense of Lyapunov quasihomogeneous truncation invariant torus
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