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London Mathematical Society Student Texts: Series Number 62

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London Mathematical Society Student Texts: Series Number 62 by Karen M. Brucks
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One-dimensional dynamics owns many deep results and avenues of active mathematical research. Numerous inroads to this research exist for the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate student. This book provides glimpses into one-dimensional dynamics with the hope that the results presented illuminate the beauty and excitement of the field. Much of this material is covered nowhere else in textbook format, some are mini new research topics in themselves, and novel connections are drawn with other research areas both inside and outside the text. The material presented here is not meant to be approached in a linear fashion. Readers are encouraged to pick and choose favourite topics. Anyone with an interest in dynamics, novice or expert alike, will find much of interest within.

Author Biography

Karen M. Brucks is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She has been the recipient of a Fulbright Research Scholar Fellowship and has served on the American Fellowship Panel of the American Association of University Women. Her research interests include topological, measure theoretic, and combinatoric dynamics. Henk Bruin is Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Surrey. He has also held teaching positions in Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and the USA, including the position of Taussky-Todd instructor at CalTech. His specialty is one-dimensional chaotic dynamical systems and he has published extensively on most aspects of this theory. His other research interests include counting topology, ergodic theory and complex dynamics.
Release date NZ
July 12th, 2004
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Cambridge University Press
Pages
312
Dimensions
156x238x23
ISBN-13
9780521838962
Product ID
1772369

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