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Dynamical Systems Without Closed Integral Curves

  • Diethard Pallaschke
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Abstract

Starting point of this paper is an article of Medvedev [1970]. In this article Medvedev states sufficient conditions for a dynamical system on an n-dimensional simply connected manifold to have no closed integral curves. The special case n = 2 has been treated by Poincare/Bendixson (see [1955]), the case n = 3 has been studied by Demidowitsch [1966]. For applications to economics we refer to the paper of Rose [1967], where this theory is used for the study of the employment cycle.

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