Structural Instability in Systems Modelling
The predictions of many scientific models are highly sensitive to small perturbations of the equations. Topological study of these can clarify and improve robustness of the models, sometimes revealing new phenomena implicitly associated with them.
KeywordsCatastrophe Theory Small Term Frontier Point Pure Imaginary Eigenvalue Asymmetric Perturbation
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