3:00 PM-5:00 PM Wasatch A & B - Level C
The purpose of this minisymposium is to review recent advances in the theory of nonlinear oscillators. This will include systems of coupled oscillators as well as oscillators with quasiperiodic forcing. These topics have applications to many areas, including laser design, biological processes involving rhythmical phenomenon, such as locomotion and heartbeat, as well as traditional mechanics applications, for example to forced pendula.The mathematical methods involved in these presentations will include asymptotic analysis as well as numerical simulation. The dynamical phenomena will include periodic, quasiperiodic, and chaotic behavior. The intended audience will include researchers interested in dynamical systems and applications.
Organizer: Richard H. Rand
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