Special Lecture on Random Dynamical Systems
Barnsley’s “chaos game” as a random dynamical system. Jeroen S.W. LAMB
Course Description
Dynamical systems describe the timeevolution of variables that characterize the state of a system. In deterministic autonomous dynamical systems, the corresponding equations of motion are independent of time and constant, but in random dynamical systems the equations of motion explicitly depend on a stochastic process or random variable. The development of the field of deterministic dynamical systems – including “chaos” theory – has been one of the scientific revolutions of the twentieth century, originating with the pioneering insights of Poincaré, providing a geometric qualitative understanding of dynamical processes, aiding and complementing analytical and quantitative viewpoints.
Motivated by increasing demands on modelling from scientists, during the last decade there has been an increasing interest in timedependent and in particular random dynamical systems, often described by stochastic differential equations. Despite the obvious scientific importance of the field, with applications ranging from physics and engineering to biomedical and social sciences, a geometric qualitative theory for random dynamical systems is still in its infancy.
This short course consists of an introduction to random dynamical systems, from a predominantly geometric point of view. The aim is to introduce basic concepts in the context of simple examples. We will discuss some elementary results and highlight open questions.
The course is aimed at graduate students in the exact sciences. Some elementary background in dynamical systems and probability theory will be useful, but is not a strict prerequisite.

 Barnsley’s “chaos game” as a random dynamical system.

Jeroen S.W. LAMB
Apr. 14, 2017 1:53:35 English

 Random circle maps: Lyapunov exponents and synchronisation.

Jeroen S.W. LAMB
Apr. 14, 2017 1:53:28 English

 A dynamical systems perspective of stochastic ordinary differential equations.

Jeroen S.W. LAMB
Apr. 14, 2017 1:46:10 English

 Setvalued dynamical systems describing the aggregate behaviour of random dynamical systems with bounded noise.

Jeroen S.W. LAMB
Apr. 14, 2017 1:52:14 English

 A random dynamical systems perspective of critical transitions and their early warning signals.

Jeroen S.W. LAMB
Apr. 14, 2017 1:34:28 English
Details
 Year/Term
 2017 / Intensive, First semester
 Date
 April 10th to April 14th, 2017
 Faculty/
Graduate School  Graduate School of Science
 Language
 English
 Instructor name
 Jeroen S.W. LAMB（Distinguished Visiting Professor, Kyoto University / Professor, Imperial College London）
 Place
 Room 127, Graduate School of Science Bldg No 3
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