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By Elaydi S.N., et al. (eds.)

This quantity holds a set of articles according to the talks offered at ICDEA 2007 in Lisbon, Portugal. the amount encompasses present issues on balance and bifurcation, chaos, mathematical biology, new release thought, nonautonomous structures, and stochastic dynamical platforms.

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Thus, it has to leave the square. By the symmetry, the trajectory of every point below the diagonal and not in R has to leave the square. This completes the proof. Now we move to the case α > 2(1 + √ 2) (see Fig. 5). 5 Fig. 5. 5 and α = 9. 11. Assume that α > 2(1 + 2). Then for f the stable manifold W1s of q1 goes from (0, 0) (excluding this point) via q1 to a point on the right side of the square [0, 1]2 . The stable manifold W2s of q2 goes from (0, 0) (excluding this point) via q2 to a point on the upper side of the square [0, 1]2 .

Since there are no other fixed points on the anti-diagonal, the stable manifold is equal to it. Since the only other fixed points on the diagonal are its endpoints, the unstable manifold is equal to the diagonal without endpoints. Proof of (d). Assume that 2 < α < 4. 4 (c), (1/2, 1/2) is an orientation reversing saddle fixed point. 4 (b) the stable and unstable manifolds of (1/2, 1/2) are contained respectively in the anti-diagonal and diagonal. 1, the stable manifold is equal to the anti-diagonal.

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