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Arnold Diffusion for Smooth Systems of Two and a Half Degrees of Freedom(AMS-208)$
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Vadim Kaloshin and Ke Zhang

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780691202525

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691202525.001.0001

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Cohomology of Aubry-Mather type

Cohomology of Aubry-Mather type

Chapter:
(p.77) Chapter Eight Cohomology of Aubry-Mather type
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Arnold Diffusion for Smooth Systems of Two and a Half Degrees of Freedom
Author(s):

Kaloshin Vadim

Zhang Ke

Publisher:
Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691202525.003.0008

This chapter defines cohomology of Aubry-Mather type and explains why it implies one of the diffusion mechanisms, after a generic perturbation. The definition of Aubry-Mather type includes a much simpler case, that is when the Aubry set is a hyperbolic periodic orbit, still contained in a normally hyperbolic invariant cylinder. This definition says that each of the two local components of the Aubry set is of Aubry-Mather type. There is another type of bifurcation in which one component of the Aubry set is of Aubry-Mather type with an invariant cylinder and another is a hyperbolic periodic orbit. This can be called the asymmetric bifurcation. This case appears at double resonance, when the shortest loop is simple non-critical.

Keywords:   cohomology, Aubry-Mather type, diffusion mechanisms, Aubry set, normally hyperbolic invariant cylinder, hyperbolic periodic orbit, asymmetric bifurcation

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