### A class of singularly perturbed evolution systems.

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Saddle connections and subharmonics are investigated for a class of forced second order differential equations which have a fixed saddle point. In these equations, which have linear damping and a nonlinear restoring term, the amplitude of the forcing term depends on displacement in the system. Saddle connections are significant in nonlinear systems since their appearance signals a homoclinic bifurcation. The approach uses a singular perturbation method which has a fairly broad application to saddle...

We consider a class of singularly perturbed systems of semilinear parabolic differential inclusions in infinite dimensional spaces. For such a class we prove a Tikhonov-type theorem for a suitably defined subset of the set of all solutions for ε ≥ 0, where ε is the perturbation parameter. Specifically, assuming the existence of a Lipschitz selector of the involved multivalued maps we can define a nonempty subset ${Z}_{L}\left(\epsilon \right)$ of the solution set of the singularly perturbed system. This subset is the set of...

On étudie un champ de vecteurs lent-rapide de ${\mathbf{R}}^{3}$ nommé tourbillon pour lequel on démontre l’existence d’une fonction entrée-sortie.

Sufficient conditions for the existence of bounded solutions of singularly perturbed impulsive differential equations are obtained. For this purpose integral manifolds are used.

In this paper, we discuss some generalized stability of solutions to a class of nonlinear impulsive evolution equations in the certain piecewise essentially bounded functions space. Firstly, stabilization of solutions to nonlinear impulsive evolution equations are studied by means of fixed point methods at an appropriate decay rate. Secondly, stable manifolds for the associated singular perturbation problems with impulses are compared with each other. Finally, an example on initial boundary value...

In a simple FitzHugh-Nagumo neuronal model with one fast and two slow variables, a sequence of period-doubling bifurcations for small-scale oscillations precedes the transition into the spiking regime. For a wide range of values of the timescale separation parameter, this scenario is recovered numerically. Its relation to the singularly perturbed integrable system is discussed.

In this note we consider a perturbed mathematical programming problem where both the objective and the constraint functions are polynomial in all underlying decision variables and in the perturbation parameter ε. Recently, the theory of Gröbner bases was used to show that solutions of the system of first order optimality conditions can be represented as Puiseux series in ε in a neighbourhood of ε = 0. In this paper we show that the determination of the branching order and the order of the pole (if...

In [1], the concept of singular isolating neighborhoods for a continuous family of continuous maps was presented. The work was based on Conley's result for a continuous family of continuous flows (cf. [2]). In this note, we study a particular family of continuous maps to illustrate the results in [1].