US$5.00 US$46.00Title (user) : Dynamical systemsISBN : 082181009X,9780821810095GoogleBook ID : ygmWAwAAQBAJOpenLibrary ID : OL11419655MSeries : Amer Mathematical SocAuthors (user) : George D. BirkhoffAuthors (google) : George David BirkhoffPublisher : American Mathematical SocietyLanguage : EnglishP...
Title (user) : Dynamical systems
ISBN : 082181009X,9780821810095
GoogleBook ID : ygmWAwAAQBAJ
OpenLibrary ID : OL11419655M
Series : Amer Mathematical Soc
Authors (user) : George D. Birkhoff
Authors (google) : George David Birkhoff
Publisher : American Mathematical Society
Language : English
Publication Date : 1966
Scanned : yes (300 DPI)
File Format : djvu
Categories : Mathematics
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His research in dynamics constitutes the middle period of Birkhoff's scientific career, that of maturity and greatest power. --Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society The author's great book ... is well known to all, and the diverse active modern developments in mathematics which have been inspired by this volume bear the most eloquent testimony to its quality and influence. --Zentralblatt MATH In 1927, G. D. Birkhoff wrote a remarkable treatise on the theory of dynamical systems that would inspire many later mathematicians to do great work. To a large extent, Birkhoff was writing about his own work on the subject, which was itself strongly influenced by Poincare's approach to dynamical systems. With this book, Birkhoff also demonstrated that the subject was a beautiful theory, much more than a compendium of individual results. The influence of this work can be found in many fields, including differential equations, mathematical physics, and even what is now known as Morse theory. The present volume is the revised 1966 reprinting of the book, including a new addendum, some footnotes, references added by Jurgen Moser, and a special preface by Marston Morse. Although dynamical systems has thrived in the decades since Birkhoff's book was published, this treatise continues to offer insight and inspiration for still more generations of mathematicians.