ISSN 0869-6632 (Print)
ISSN 2542-1905 (Online)


Обзоры актуальных проблем нелинейной динамики

Turbulence in microwave electronics: teoretical approaches and experimental results

A review of the current state of different theoretical approaches to the description of turbulence in electron beams and electronic devices at microwave frequencies is shown. A three types of turbulent (nonlaminar) electron beams were considered. The first type of turbulent electron beam is caused by the intersection of electronic trajectories (e.g., due to thermal velocity) and it is common to the flow of electrons at all.

Polynomial eigenfuctions of the perron–frobenius operator

In the paper, we reveal the structure of polynomial functions of the eigenfunctions and the kernel of the Perron–Frobenius operator for one-dimensional chaotic maps that iterative functions have the following properties: they are piecewise-linear ones; they have full branches transforming the domain of its definition to the full range of the mapping; the have arbitrary slope of branches; they have not some gaps between the branches.

Wavelet transform of time series and atmosphere dynamics

Wavelet transform is described as a new tool for investigation of data generated by the chaotic dynamic systems. Its usage is illustrated by the analysis of the temporal oscillation of the atmosphere zonal circulation index.

Mathematical theory of dynamical chaos and its applications: review part 1. Pseudohyperbolic attractors

We consider important problems of modern theory of dynamical chaos and its applications. At present, it is customary to assume that in the finite-dimensional smooth dynamical systems three fundamentally different forms of chaos can be observed.

Nonlinear dynamical models of neurons: Review

Topic. A review of the basic dynamical models of neural activity is presented and individual features of their behavior are discussed, which can be used as a basis for the subsequent development and construction of various configurations of neural networks. The work contains both new original results and generalization of already known ones published earlier in different journals.

«Exotic» models of high-intensity wave physics: linearizing equations, exactly solvable problems and non-analytic nonlinearities

Topic and aim. A brief review of publications and discussion of some mathematical models are presented, which, in the author’s opinion, are well-known only to a few specialists. These models are not well studied, despite their universality and practical significance. Since the results were published at different times and in different journals, it is useful to summarize them in one article. The goal is to form a general idea of the subject for the readers and to interest them with mathematical, physical or applied details described in the cited references.

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