Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics

From topological to geometric equivalence in the classification of singularities at infinity for quadratic vector fields

J.C. Artés, J. Llibre, D. Schlomiuk, and N. Vulpe

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Abstract

In the topological classification of phase portraits no distinctions are made between a focus and a node and neither are they made between a strong and a weak focus or between foci of different orders. These distinctions are however important in the production of limit cycles close to the foci in perturbations of the systems. The distinction between the one direction node and the two directions node, which plays a role in understanding the behavior of solution curves around the singularities at infinity, is also missing in the topological classification.

In this work we introduce the notion of \textit{geometric equivalence relation of singularities} which incorporates these important purely algebraic features. The \textit{geometric} equivalence relation is finer than the \textit{topological} one and also finer than the \textit{qualitative equivalence relation} introduced in \cite{J_L}. We also list all possibilities we have for finite and infinite singularities, taking into consideration these finer distinctions, and introduce notation for each one of them. %Our %long term goal is to use this finer and deeper equivalence relation to classify %the quadratic family according to their different \textit{geometric %configurations of singularities}, finite and infinite.

In this work we give the classification theorem and bifurcation diagram in the 12-dimensional parameter space, using the \textit{geometric equivalence relation}, of the class of quadratic systems according to the configuration of singularities at infinity of the systems. Our classification theorem, stated in terms of invariant polynomials, is an algorithm for computing the \textit{geometric configurations} of infinite singularities for any family of quadratic systems, in any normal form. %The theorem we give also %contains a bifurcation diagram, done in the 12-parameter space, of %the \textit{geometric configurations} of singularities at infinity, %and this bifurcation set is algebraic in the parameter space. To %determine the bifurcation diagram of configurations of singularities %at infinity for any family of quadratic systems, given in any normal %form, becomes thus a simple task using computer algebra %calculations.

Article information

Source
Rocky Mountain J. Math., Volume 45, Number 1 (2015), 29-113.

Dates
First available in Project Euclid: 7 April 2015

Permanent link to this document
https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.rmjm/1428412773

Digital Object Identifier
doi:10.1216/RMJ-2015-45-1-29

Mathematical Reviews number (MathSciNet)
MR3334204

Zentralblatt MATH identifier
1318.34045

Subjects
Primary: 34A34: Nonlinear equations and systems, general 34C05: Location of integral curves, singular points, limit cycles 58K45: Singularities of vector fields, topological aspects

Keywords
Quadratic vector fields infinite singularities affine invariant polynomials of singularity Poincaré compactification configuration of singularities

Citation

Artés, J.C.; Llibre, J.; Schlomiuk, D.; Vulpe, N. From topological to geometric equivalence in the classification of singularities at infinity for quadratic vector fields. Rocky Mountain J. Math. 45 (2015), no. 1, 29--113. doi:10.1216/RMJ-2015-45-1-29. https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.rmjm/1428412773


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