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The polysymplectic formalism in local field theory, developed by Gunther [J. Diff. Geom. 25, 23 (1987)], is revised. A new approach and new results on momentum maps and reduction are given.
DOI: 10.9734/BJMCS/2015/19270 Editor(s): (1) Vyacheslav Pivovarchik, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University, Ukraine. Reviewers: (1)… (More)
The purpose of this paper is to study conservation laws for the mathematical models of the multi-species interactions. Our study is a interplay between dynamical systems geometrical theory and… (More)
In this paper we study dynamical systems on the cotangent bundle T ⁄ M and on the dual bundle T ⁄2 M of the 2-tangent bundle. First, we recall the Hamiltonian character of the dynamical system given… (More)
In this paper, by using appropriate numerical methods, we perform a computational analysis of different types of invariants and main sizes for some mathematical models of the multi-species… (More)
In this paper it will be extend the study of symmetries and conservation laws from Classical Mechanics to the flrst-order classical fleld theories, both for the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian… (More)
In der nachfolgenden Bachelorarbeit werden die Strukturen und die Organisation des deutschen Boxsports analysiert. Nach einer ausfuhrlichen Einleitung und der Erlauterung der Boxhistorie wird die… (More)
Using the geometric methods of Classical Mechanics we will study dierent ways to obtain symmetries and conservation laws for dynamical systems. We will extend the study from the symplectic formalism… (More)
This paper takes into account the smooth version of the Chua’s dynamical system. The aim is to approach the state-space linearization and find an appropriate control u for the model. The results will… (More)
In the present note we make a study of the dynamics of Lü's system, using the appropiate Hamilton-Poisson structure and using the software for mathematics MAPLE 15. It will be analyzed the phase… (More)