By Malcolm A. H. MacCallum, Alexander V. Mikhailov
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EJQTDE, Monograph 2005 No. 1, p. 28)) ˆ t, s) − q 0 (t + s) ≤ ctant µε−b(N +3) , q + (ψ, ˆ s) ∈ B × C1 and every t ∈ [T0 − Re s, 2T0 − Re s]. 11 is proven for the stable manifold case. The unstable manifold one can be obtained by using similar arguments. 8 (in the local unstable manifold version) furnishes the frontier perturbed tori (those tori delimiting the local perturbed stable manifold) ˜ A˜− (h(s), ˜ ˆ ψ, ˆ s)), ˜h(s), α1 + µε−b(N +3) h(s) ˜ B ˜ ˆ ψ, ˆ s)), ˜ −,1 (h(s), µε−b(N +3) h(s) θ( θ( β,ε,µ β,ε,µ ˜ B ˜ ˆ ψ, ˆ s)), θ( ˆ ψ, ˆ s) , ˜ −,2 (h(s), α2 + µε−b(N +3) h(s) θ( β,ε,µ and ˆ ψ, ˆ s) = θ( ψ1 − T0 + Re s T0 + Re s , ψ2 − β ε ε for the perturbed local unstable manifold.
10 will be developed in Chapter 4. For every positive constants ρ, ρ1 and ρ2 let us define D(ρ, ρ, ρ1 , ρ2 ) = (S, ψ1 , ψ2 ) ∈ C3 ; |Re S| ≤ ρ, |Im S| ≤ ρ, |Im ψi | ≤ ρi , i = 1, 2 . 74) ∗ Let us fix β > 0.
16). Hence, the dynamics of P over R(q, θ) tends + (Tα1 ,α2 ) = R(p, θ) to p = q = 0, I1 = α1 , I2 = α2 . 9 Observe that the inclusion R(p, θ) ⊂ Wloc (Tα1 ,α2 ) easily follows from the + above arguments. On the other hand, the inclusion Wloc (Tα1 ,α2 ) ⊂ R(p, θ) follows from the fact that R(p, θ) contains the set Tα1 ,α2 (by putting q = 0 in the above expression of + R(p, θ)) and that dim R(p, θ) = dim Wloc (Tα1 ,α2 ). Let us show the existence of a solution of the equation M (C, D, E) = (C, D, E), where M (C, D, E) = (M1 (C, D, E), M2 (C, D, E), M3 (C, D, E)) .
Algebraic Theory of Differential Equations by Malcolm A. H. MacCallum, Alexander V. Mikhailov