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Dynamics Near the Three-Body Libration Points via Koopman Operator Theory

@inproceedings{Servadio2021DynamicsNT,
  title={Dynamics Near the Three-Body Libration Points via Koopman Operator Theory},
  author={Simone Servadio and David Arnas and Richard Linares},
  year={2021}
}
This paper investigates the application of the Koopman Operator theory to the motion of a satellite about a libration point in the Circular Restricted Three-Body Problem. Recently, the Koopman Operator has emerged as a promising alternative to the geometric perspective for dynamical systems, where the Koopman Operator formulates the analysis and dynamical systems in terms of observables. This paper explores the use of the Koopman Operator for computing both 2D and 3D periodic orbits near… 
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