CP5 ~ Sunday, May 21, 1995 ~ 2:30 PM

Computation of Dynamical Systems

Numerical Approximation of Invariant Tori using Orthogonal Collocation
Kossi D. Edoh, R.D. Russell and W. Sun, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Qualitative Analysis of a Systems Dynamics Model - A Practical Application of Dynamical Systems Theory
Lynn van Coller, University of British Columbia, Canada
Newton-Picard Methods for Computing Periodic Solutions of Large-Scale Dynamical Systems
Kurt Lust and Dirk Roose, University of Leuven, Belgium
Computability, Trajectory Instability, Ergodicity and all that in Turbulence
Jon Lee, Wright Laboratory
On Computing Connecting Orbits
Mark J. Friedman, University of Alabama, Huntsville; Eusebius J. Doedel, Concordia University, Canada; and Boris I. Kunin, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Visualization as a Qualitative Tool for the Computation of Invariant Tori
Kossi Edoh, Daryl H. Hepting and Robert D. Russell, Simon Fraser University, Canada