Quasistatic dynamical systems

@article{Dobbs2016QuasistaticDS,
  title={Quasistatic dynamical systems},
  author={N. Dobbs and Mikko Stenlund},
  journal={Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems},
  year={2016},
  volume={37},
  pages={2556 - 2596}
}
We introduce the notion of a quasistatic dynamical system, which generalizes that of an ordinary dynamical system. Quasistatic dynamical systems are inspired by the namesake processes in thermodynamics, which are idealized processes where the observed system transforms (infinitesimally) slowly due to external influence, tracing out a continuous path of thermodynamic equilibria over an (infinitely) long time span. Time evolution of states under a quasistatic dynamical system is entirely… Expand
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