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The aim of this Workshop is to promote interdisciplinary discussion among researchers working in areas related to dynamics, chaos and their applications. New results will be presented. It is our intention that the talks be accessible to a wide audience. We are inviting and expect a diverse audience with ample time for scientific exchanges.
We investigate the reduction to finite fields of polynomial automorphisms of the plane, which lead to invertible dynamics (permutations) of a finite space. We provide evidence that, if the map of the plane is non-integrable, then the presence or absence of a type of time-reversal symmetry called R-reversibility produces a clear signature in the cycle(More)
We study a 4-fold symmetric kicked-oscillator map with sawtooth kick function. For the values of the kick amplitude λ = 2 cos(2πp/q) with rational p/q, the dynamics is known to be pseudochaotic, with no stochastic web of non-zero Lebesgue measure. We show that this system can be represented as a piecewise affine map of the unit square —the so-called local(More)
We reduce planar measure-preserving rational maps over finite fields, and study their discrete dynamics. We show that application to the orbit analysis over these fields of the Hasse-Weil bound for the number of points on an algebraic curve gives a strong indication of the existence of an integral for the map. Moreover, the method is ideally suited to(More)
Multistable coupled map lattices typically support traveling fronts, separating two adjacent stable phases. We show how the existence of an invariant function describing the front profile allows a reduction of the infinitely dimensional dynamics to a one-dimensional circle homeomorphism, whose rotation number gives the propagation velocity. The mode locking(More)
We consider the problem of transport in a one-parameter family of piecewise rotations of the torus, for rotation number approaching 1∕4. This is a zero-entropy system which in this limit exhibits a divided phase space, with island chains immersed in a "pseudo-chaotic" region. We identify a novel mechanism for long-range transport, namely the adiabatic(More)
We introduce a class of dynamical systems of algebraic origin, consisting of self-interacting irreducible polynomials over a field. A polynomial f is made to act on a polynomial g by mapping the roots of g. This action identifies a new polynomial h, as the minimal polynomial of the displaced roots. By allowing several polynomials to act on one another, we(More)