The Resource Introduction to Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems and the NBody Problem, by Kenneth R. Meyer, Daniel C. Offin, (electronic resource)
Introduction to Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems and the NBody Problem, by Kenneth R. Meyer, Daniel C. Offin, (electronic resource)
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 This third edition text provides expanded material on the restricted three body problem and celestial mechanics. With each chapter containing new content, readers are provided with new material on reduction, orbifolds, and the regularization of the Kepler problem, all of which are provided with applications. The previous editions grew out of graduate level courses in mathematics, engineering, and physics given at several different universities. The courses took students who had some background in differential equations and lead them through a systematic grounding in the theory of Hamiltonian mechanics from a dynamical systems point of view. This text provides a mathematical structure of celestial mechanics ideal for beginners, and will be useful to graduate students and researchers alike. Reviews of the second edition: "The primary subject here is the basic theory of Hamiltonian differential equations studied from the perspective of differential dynamical systems. The Nbody problem is used as the primary example of a Hamiltonian system, a touchstone for the theory as the authors develop it. This book is intended to support a first course at the graduate level for mathematics and engineering students. ... It is a wellorganized and accessible introduction to the subject ... . This is an attractive book ... ." (William J. Satzer, The Mathematical Association of America, March, 2009) “The second edition of this text infuses new mathematical substance and relevance into an already modern classic ... and is sure to excite future generations of readers. ... This outstanding book can be used not only as an introductory course at the graduate level in mathematics, but also as course material for engineering graduate students. ... it is an elegant and invaluable reference for mathematicians and scientists with an interest in classical and celestial mechanics, astrodynamics, physics, biology, and related fields.” (Marian Gidea, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2010 d).
 Language
 eng
 Edition
 3rd ed. 2017.
 Extent
 1 online resource (XIII, 384 pages)
 Contents

 Beginnings
 Hamiltonian Systems
 Celestial Mechanics
 The Restricted Problem
 Topics in Linear Theory
 Local Geometric Theory
 Symplectic Geometry
 Special Coordinates
 Poincaré’s Continuation Method
 Normal Forms
 Bifurcations of Periodic Orbits
 Stability and KAM Theory
 Variational Techniques
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 9783319536910
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 Introduction to Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems and the NBody Problem
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 Introduction to Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems and the NBody Problem
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 by Kenneth R. Meyer, Daniel C. Offin
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This third edition text provides expanded material on the restricted three body problem and celestial mechanics. With each chapter containing new content, readers are provided with new material on reduction, orbifolds, and the regularization of the Kepler problem, all of which are provided with applications. The previous editions grew out of graduate level courses in mathematics, engineering, and physics given at several different universities. The courses took students who had some background in differential equations and lead them through a systematic grounding in the theory of Hamiltonian mechanics from a dynamical systems point of view. This text provides a mathematical structure of celestial mechanics ideal for beginners, and will be useful to graduate students and researchers alike. Reviews of the second edition: "The primary subject here is the basic theory of Hamiltonian differential equations studied from the perspective of differential dynamical systems. The Nbody problem is used as the primary example of a Hamiltonian system, a touchstone for the theory as the authors develop it. This book is intended to support a first course at the graduate level for mathematics and engineering students. ... It is a wellorganized and accessible introduction to the subject ... . This is an attractive book ... ." (William J. Satzer, The Mathematical Association of America, March, 2009) “The second edition of this text infuses new mathematical substance and relevance into an already modern classic ... and is sure to excite future generations of readers. ... This outstanding book can be used not only as an introductory course at the graduate level in mathematics, but also as course material for engineering graduate students. ... it is an elegant and invaluable reference for mathematicians and scientists with an interest in classical and celestial mechanics, astrodynamics, physics, biology, and related fields.” (Marian Gidea, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2010 d).
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 Physics
 Vibration
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 Beginnings  Hamiltonian Systems  Celestial Mechanics  The Restricted Problem  Topics in Linear Theory  Local Geometric Theory  Symplectic Geometry  Special Coordinates  Poincaré’s Continuation Method  Normal Forms  Bifurcations of Periodic Orbits  Stability and KAM Theory  Variational Techniques
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 Beginnings  Hamiltonian Systems  Celestial Mechanics  The Restricted Problem  Topics in Linear Theory  Local Geometric Theory  Symplectic Geometry  Special Coordinates  Poincaré’s Continuation Method  Normal Forms  Bifurcations of Periodic Orbits  Stability and KAM Theory  Variational Techniques
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 9783319536910
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 Edition
 3rd ed. 2017.
 Extent
 1 online resource (XIII, 384 pages)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item

 online
 electronic
 Governing access note
 Use of this electronic resource may be governed by a license agreement which restricts use to the European University Institute community. Each user is responsible for limiting use to individual, noncommercial purposes, without systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information, provided that all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials are retained. The use of software, including scripts, agents, or robots, is generally prohibited and may result in the loss of access to these resources for the entire European University Institute community
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 9783319536910
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 computer
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 rdamedia
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 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783319536910
 Other physical details
 40 illustrations, 9 illustrations in color.
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