Qualitative Investigation of Discontinuous Dynamical Systems on a Plane by the Method of Pointwise Mappings
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For two-dimensional discontinuous dynamical systems, we investigate properties of the Poincaré map by the method of pointwise mappings and establish a criterion for the stability of n-impulse cycles and an estimate for the number of sinks.
KeywordsDynamical System Qualitative Investigation Discontinuous Dynamical System Discontinuous Dynamical Pointwise Mapping
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