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Critical Point Theory for Lagrangian Systems

Marco Mazzucchelli

Critical Point Theory for Lagrangian Systems

by Marco Mazzucchelli

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Published by Springer Basel AG in Basel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematical physics,
  • Differentiable dynamical systems,
  • Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory,
  • Mathematics,
  • Global analysis (Mathematics),
  • Global Analysis and Analysis on Manifolds

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marco Mazzucchelli
    SeriesProgress in Mathematics -- 293
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25545025M
    ISBN 109783034801621, 9783034801638

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Critical Point Theory for Lagrangian Systems by Marco Mazzucchelli Download PDF EPUB FB2

The development of critical point theory in the twentieth century provided a powerful machinery to investigate existence and multiplicity questions for orbits of Lagrangian systems. This monograph gives a modern account of the application of critical point theory, and more specifically Morse theory, to Lagrangian dynamics, with particular Cited by: The main feature of Lagrangian dynamics is its Critical Point Theory for Lagrangian Systems book flavor: orbits are extremal points of an action functional.

The development of critical point theory in the twentieth century provided a powerful machinery to investigate existence and multiplicity questions for orbits of Lagrangian systems. The main feature of Lagrangian dynamics is its variational flavor: orbits are extremal points of an action functional.

The development of critical point theory in the twentieth century provided a powerful machinery to investigate existence and multiplicity questions for orbits of Lagrangian : Birkhäuser Basel. Get this from a library. Critical point theory for lagrangian systems. [Marco Mazzucchelli] -- Lagrangian systems constitute a very important and old class in dynamics.

Their origin dates back to the end of the eighteenth century, with Joseph-Louis Lagrange's reformulation of classical. Lagrangian and Hamiltonian systems --The Morse indices in Lagrangian dynamics --Functional setting for the Lagrangian action --Discretizations --Local homology and Hilbert subspaces --Periodic orbits of Tonelli Lagrangian systems --Appendix: An overview of Morse theory.

Series Title: Progress in mathematics (Boston, Mass.), v. Responsibility. Lagrangian systems constitute a very important and old class in dynamics. Their origin dates back to the end of the eighteenth century, with Joseph-Louis Lagrange’s reformulation of classical mechanics. The main feature of Lagrangian dynamics is its variational flavor: orbits are extremal points of an action functional.

The development of critical point theory in the twentieth century. CRITICAL POINT THEORY FOR LAGRANGIAN SYSTEMS {ERRATA CORRIGE MARCO MAZZUCCHELLI The last part of the proof of Lemma (page 33) contains a silly mistake: the set E c P K is clearly not a direct sum of eigenspaces of K, it is rather a cone.

The paragraph \Notice that E c P. In particular, striking results were obtained in the classical problem of periodic solutions of Hamiltonian systems. This book provides a systematic presentation of the most basic tools of critical point theory: minimization, convex functions and Fenchel transform, dual least action principle, Ekeland variational principle, minimax methods.

Lagrangian embeddings and critical point theory. Author links We derive a lower bound for the number of intersection points of an exact Lagrangian embedding of a compact manifold into its cotangent bundle with the zero section.

To do this the intersection problem is converted into the problem of finding solutions of a Hamiltonian system. Abbondandolo, Morse Theory for Hamiltonian Systems, Chapman and Hall/CRC Research Notes in MathematicsChapman and Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, FL, Google Scholar [2] A.

Ambrosetti and V. Coti Zelati, Periodic Solutions of Singular Lagrangian Systems, Progr. Nonlinear Differential Equations Appl. 10, Birkh ser Boston, Inc., Boston, MA, In mathematics, a Lagrangian system is a pair (Y, L), consisting of a smooth fiber bundle Y → X and a Lagrangian density L, which yields the Euler–Lagrange differential operator acting on sections of Y → X.

In classical mechanics, many dynamical systems are Lagrangian systems. The configuration space of such a Lagrangian system is a fiber bundle Q → ℝ over the time axis ℝ. Definitions. In Lagrangian field theory, the Lagrangian as a function of generalized coordinates is replaced by a Lagrangian density, a function of the fields in the system and their derivatives, and possibly the space and time coordinates themselves.

In field theory, the independent variable t is replaced by an event in spacetime (x, y, z, t) or still more generally by a point s on a manifold. The book provides a review of classical mechanics and coverage of critical topics including holonomic and non-holonomic systems, virtual work, the principle of d’Alembert for dynamical systems, the mathematics of conservative forces, the extended Hamilton’s principle, Lagrange’s equations and Lagrangian dynamics, a systematic procedure.

Let the mechanical system fulfill the boundary conditions r(t1) = r(1) and r(t2) = r(2). Then the condition on the system is that it moves between these positions in such a way that the integral S = Zt 2 t1 L(r,r,t˙)dt () is minimized. Here S is called the action (hence also the name of the theorem) and L is the Lagrangian of the system.

“This book is excellent providing a solid foundation in analytical mechanics. The selection of topics, the analysis used for the description of all the key concepts, the historical description of the very many characters appearing along the development of the theory, including the rigorous mathematical analysis used for the exposition of the different chapters, makes it a very useful textbook.

It reviews the basic lemma on commuting vector fields. The chapter further discusses the case of Hamiltonian vector fields and uses the theory of normal forms to show the relation between periodic solutions near equilibrium and critical points of suitable function F on the level sets of H 2.

Request PDF | OnAnouar Bahrouni and others published Subharmonic solutions for a class of Lagrangian systems | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. This handbook grants the reader access to the tradition and the core concepts and approaches of critical theory.

What has been attempted here is not only a survey of critical theory as a concept. If we now set = 0, then the condition for uto be a critical point of J, which is ’0(0) = 0 for all, is Z b a @F @u d dx @F @u x (x)dx= 0; for all.

Since this must hold for all functions = (x), using Lemma 1 below, we can deduce that pointwise, i.e. for all x2[a;b], necessarily umust satisfy the Euler{Lagrange equation shown.

tu Lemma 1. is the starting point for deriving the Euler-Lagrange equations. Although you have covered the Calculus of Variations in an earlier course on Classical Mechanics, we will review the main ideas in Section There are several advantages to working with the Lagrangian formulation, including 1.

Theory (Chapter 5), Motion in a Non-Inertial Frame (Chapter 6), Rigid Body Motion (Chapter 7), Normal-Mode Analysis (Chapter 8), and Continuous Lagrangian Systems (Chapter 9).

Each chapter contains a problem set with variable level of difficulty; sections identified with an asterisk may be omitted for a one-semester course. Lastly, in order. In other words, one can use any coordinate systems or even just parts of some coordinate systems, as long as the possible positions of every mass point is adequately described by the coordinates and the appropriate constraints.

For this reason, the coordinates entering the Lagrangian are called generalized coordinates. Usually, one chooses.(a) Findthe critical pointsof f 1g1 2g2 mgm; treating 1, 2, m as unspecified constants.

(b) Find 1, 2,m so that the critical points obtained in (a) satisfy the con-straints. (c) Determine which of the critical points are constrained extreme points of f. This can usuallybe done by physical or intuitivearguments.