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Title: Rate-induced transitions for parameter shift systems
Author: Alkhayuon, Hassan Mazin
ISNI:       0000 0004 7653 7410
Awarding Body: University of Exeter
Current Institution: University of Exeter
Date of Award: 2018
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Abstract:
Rate-induced transitions have recently emerged as an identifiable type of instability of attractors in nonautonomous dynamical systems. In most studies so far, these attractors can be associated with equilibria of an autonomous limiting system, but this is not necessarily the case. For a specific class of systems with a parameter shift between two autonomous systems, we consider how the breakdown of the quasistatic approximation for attractors can lead to rate-induced transitions, where nonautonomous instability can be characterised in terms of a critical rate of the parameter shift. We find a number of new phenomena for non-equilibrium attractors: weak tracking where the pullback attractor of the system limits to a proper subset of the attractor of the future limit system, partial tipping where certain phases of the pullback attractor tip and others track the quasistatic attractor, em invisible tipping where the critical rate of partial tipping is isolated and separates two parameter regions where the system exhibits end-point tracking. For a model parameter shift system with periodic attractors, we characterise thresholds of rate-induced tipping to partial and total tipping. We show these thresholds can be found in terms of certain periodic-to-periodic and periodic-to-equilibrium connections that we determine using Lin's method for an augmented system. Considering weak tracking for a nonautonomous Rossler system, we show that there are infinitely many critical rates at which a pullback attracting solution of the system tracks an embedded unstable periodic orbit of the future chaotic attractor.
Supervisor: Ashwin, P. ; Holland, M. Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.761810  DOI: Not available
Keywords: R-tipping ; Pullback attractor ; Nonautonomous systems ; Critical transions
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