@misc{Hoover_Wm._G.,
author={Hoover Wm. G.},
address={Poznań},
howpublished={online},
publisher={OWN},
language={eng},
abstract={We consider an harmonic oscillator in a thermal gradient far from equilibrium. The motion is made ergodic and fully time-reversible through the use of two thermostat variables. The equations of motion contain both linear and quadratic terms. The dynamics is chaotic. The resulting phase-space distribution is not only complex and multifiactal, but also ergodic, due to the time-reversibility property. We analyze dynamical time series in two ways. We describe local, but comoving, singularities in terms of the "local Lyapunov spectrum" \{λ\}. Local singularities at a particular phase-space point can alternatively be described by the local eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the "dynamical matrix" D=Əv/Ər=∆v. D is the matrix of derivates of the equations of motion r=v(r). We pursue this eigenvalue-eigenvector description for the oscillator. We find that it breaks down at a dense set of singular points, where the four eigenvectors span only a three-dimensional subspace. We believe that the concepts of stable and unstable global manifolds are problematic for this simple nonequilibrium system.},
type={artykuł},
}