Few islands approximation of Hamiltonian system with divided phase space
It is well known that typical Hamiltonian systems have divided phase space consisting of regions with regular dynamics on KAM tori and region(s) with chaotic dynamics called chaotic sea(s). This complex structure makes rigorous analysis of such systems virtually impossible and significantly complicates numerical exploration of their dynamical properties. Hamiltonian systems with sharply divided phase space between regions of regular and chaotic dynamics are much easier to analyze, but there are only few cases or families of such systems known to date. In this article, we outline a new approach for a systematic construction, starting from a generic KAM Hamiltonian system, of a system with a sharply divided phase space with an arbitrary number of regular islands which are in one-to-one correspondence with islands of the initial KAM system. In this procedure a typical Hamiltonian system, for example a KAM billiard, is replaced by a sequence of Hamiltonian systems having an increasing (but finite) number of islands of regular motion. The islands in the substituting systems are sub-islands of the KAM islands in the initial system. We apply this idea to two-dimensional lemon-shaped billiards, where the substituting systems are obtained by replacing parts of the curved boundaries by chords, so that in the limit of infinite number of islands the boundary of the substituting system becomes arbitrary close to the original billiard’s boundary.
2019
2019-04-11 11:35:46
1033
dynamical systems, Hamiltonian systems, chaos
dinamični sistemi, Hamiltonski sistemi, kaos
Leonid A.
Bunimovich
70
Giulio
Casati
70
Tomaž
Prosen
70
Gregor
Vidmar
70
UDK
4
530.182
ISSN pri članku
9
1058-6458
DOI
15
10.1080/10586458.2018.1559777
COBISS_ID
3
3300964
OceCobissID
13
2689113
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