basin of attraction

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basin of attraction

[′bās·ən əv ə′trak·shən]
(physics)
The collection of all possible initial conditions of a dynamical system for which the trajectories representing that system in phase space will converge to a particular attractor.
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3) Model theoretic asymptotic limits lead to measure and dimension theories, with associated dependence theories, that resemble known structures from stability theory but do not lie within the stable realm or its current extensions.
The course provides the fundamentals of stability theory, how it affects bridge strength and performance during construction, and common techniques for evaluating the stability of bridge components.
Citing George Modelski's hegemonic stability theory that there is an approximate one-hundred-year life cycle for global hegemons, Liu names the champions: Portugal in the sixteenth century, Holland in the seventeenth century, Britain in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and America in the twentieth century.
Exploring some topical problems of stability theory of large-scale nonlinear systems, Martynyuk and Miladzhanov describe some new applications of the Liapunov matrix-valued function method to the theory of stability of evolution problems governed by nonlinear equations with structural perturbations.
The uniform stability and the convergence of tracking error to zero are quarantined by the Lyapunov stability theory.
According to the linear stability theory of nonconservative systems, external damping tends to increase flutter loads but columns under small internal damping lose their stability at the flutter load drastically deceased.
Lyapunov stability theory is very effective tool for stability and stabilization of control systems [11-13].
Lyapunov stability theory is very important in nonlinear systems analysis of integer order.
According to Lyapunov stability theory, we can know that balance point [[eta].
Stability Theory by Liapunov's Direct Method, Springer, N.
Though I would argue that bringing in hegemonic stability theory or associational balance-of-power (instead of the material one Kang refers to) would have helped the explanation even more; but this would have been at the expense of accepting established theory.
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