# Morse–Smale Systems and Topological Structure of Carrier Manifolds

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We review the results describing the connection between the global dynamics of Morse–Smale systems on closed manifolds and the topology of carrier manifolds. Also we consider the results related to topological classification of Morse–Smale systems.

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