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a primer in bifurcation theory for computational cell biologists lecture 4 global bifurcations

A Primer in BifurcationTheoryfor Computational Cell BiologistsLecture 4: Global Bifurcations

http://www.biology.vt.edu/faculty/tyson/lectures.php

John J. Tyson

Virginia Polytechnic Institute

& Virginia Bioinformatics Institute

Click on icon to start audio

slide2

Signal-Response Curve =

One-parameter Bifurcation Diagram

  • Saddle-Node (bistability, hysteresis)
  • Hopf Bifurcation (oscillations)
  • Subcritical Hopf
  • Cyclic Fold
  • Saddle-Loop
  • Saddle-Node Invariant Circle
slide3

Homoclinic Orbits

Heteroclinic Orbits

saddle-loop

saddle-saddle-connection

saddle-node-loop

slide4

p < pHC

p = pHC

p > pHC

Heteroclinic Orbits

slide5

p < pSL

p < pSNIC

p = pSL

p = pSNIC

p > pSL

p > pSNIC

Homoclinic Orbits

Saddle-

Loop

Bifurcation

Saddle-

Node

Invariant

Circle

slide6

Homoclinic Bifurcation

Finite amplitude, small frequency, infinite period

Hopf Bifurcation

Small amplitude, frequency = Im(l), finite period

slide7

Andronov-Leontovich Theorem

In a two-dimensional system, a homoclinic orbit gives birth to a finite amplitude, large-period limit cycle; either stable:

or unstable:

slide8

< 0:one stable limit cycle s < 0: one stable limit cycle

  • > 0: one unstable limit cycle s > 0: infinite # unstable limit cycles

plus a stable chaotic attractor

Shil’nikov Theorem

In a three-dimensional system, a homoclinic orbit gives birth to a stable or unstable limit cycle, or to much more complicated behavior …

Saddle Saddle-Focus

l3 < l2 < 0 < l1 Re(l2,3) < 0 < l1

s = l1+ l2 s = l1 + Re(l2,3)

slide9

SL

SL

sss

uss

sss

uss

sss

SN

SN

HB

HB

One-parameter Bifurcation Diagram

Variable, x

Parameter, p

slide10

One-parameter Bifurcation Diagram

SL

sss

uss

sss

uss

Variable, x

sss

SNIC

Parameter, p

references
References
  • Strogatz, Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos (Addison Wesley)
  • Kuznetsov, Elements of Applied Bifurcation Theory (Springer)
  • XPP-AUT www.math.pitt.edu/~bard/xpp
  • Oscill8 http://oscill8.sourceforge.net