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1 ). On the other hand, when the flow is away from the point, the point is called source or repellor (neighboring trajectories move away from the point as t ! 1 ). From the above ﬁgure the solid circles represent the sinks that are stable equilibrium points and the open circles are the sources, which are unstable equilibrium points. The names are given because the sinks and sources are common in fluid flow problems. From the geometric approach one can get local stability behavior of the equilibrium points of the system easily and is valid for all time.

C) Explain deterministic, semi-deterministic and nondeterministic dynamical processes with examples. (d) What do you mean by ‘qualitative study’ of a nonlinear system? Write it importance in nonlinear dynamics. (a) Give the mathematical deﬁnition of flow. Discuss the concept related to ‘a flow and its orbit’. Also indicate its implication on uniqueness theorem of differential equation. 1 (b) Show that the initial value problem x_ ¼ x3 ; xð0Þ ¼ 0 has an inﬁnite number of solutions. How would you explain it in the context of flow?

0 as t ! 1: Hence the phase volume element VðtÞ shrinks exponentially. (ii) The given system is a Lotka-Volterra predator-prey population model. The rate of change in phase area A(t) is given as 30 1 Continuous Dynamical Systems dV ¼À dt ¼À Z ~ Á f dxdy r $ Z ða À c À by þ bxÞdxdy This shows that a phase area periodically shrinks and expands. 9 Some Deﬁnitions In this section we give some important preliminary deﬁnitions relating to flow of a system. The deﬁnitions given here are elaborately discussed in the later chapters for higher dimensional systems.