By Henry B. 1858-1928 Fine

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For a finite two-dimensional lattice, each site (cell) is represented by the location of an element in a rectangular matrix C. Hence, a matrix C(ν) can be used to describe and store the state of the lattice at time ν. Writing the rules symbolically as P(C) shows that a cellular automaton can be seen as an application of maps, C(ν+1) = P(C(ν) ). A finite one-dimensional array then is represented by y(ν+1) = P(y(ν) ). The rules constituting P are discrete, defined with “if . . then . . ” statements.

409). The positive real part of the complex-conjugate pair of eigenvalues describes the dynamics of the unstable manifold. 566, 0) span this two-dimensional plane. The local behavior around ys is defined by the linearized equation y˙ = f y (ys )(y − ys ) . 16 illustrates the dynamical behavior of the linearized equation. The plane of the unstable manifold is indicated by its intersection with the bounding box. The stable manifold is the line that intersects the plane in the 26 1 Introduction and Prerequisites equilibrium.

Those who know how to handle graphical output should be inspired to start right away; no exercises or projects need be formulated. Try also asymmetric coupling, and g(y) = f (y). 5 Some Fundamental Numerical Methods In the previous sections we defined stationary solutions and mentioned numerical integration as a method of investigating dynamical behavior near such solutions. In the present section, we briefly review some important numerical methods that help in analyzing nonlinear phenomena. Most of the problems of stability analysis can be reduced or transformed in such a way that their solution requires only a small number of standard tools of numerical analysis.