Between Integrability and Chaos
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 332)
We describe a method for proving the non-integrability of an analytic Hamiltonian system which does not appeal to the existence of chaotic motion.
KeywordsRiemann Surface Hamiltonian System Normal Bundle Symplectic Manifold Phase Curve
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