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dc.contributor.authorHowlett, P.-
dc.contributor.authorTorokhti, A.-
dc.contributor.authorPearce, C.-
dc.identifier.citationProceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 2003; 132(2):353-363-
dc.descriptionFirst published in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society in volume 132, number 2, by the American Mathematical Society Copyright © 2003 American Mathematical Society-
dc.description.abstractA nonlinear dynamical system is modelled as a nonlinear mapping from a set of input signals into a corresponding set of output signals. Each signal is specified by a set of real number parameters, but such sets may be uncountably infinite. For numerical simulation of the system each signal must be represented by a finite parameter set and the mapping must be defined by a finite arithmetical process. Nevertheless the numerical simulation should be a good approximation to the mathematical model. We discuss the representation of realistic dynamical systems and establish a stable approximation theorem for numerical simulation of such systems.-
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityPhil Howlett, Anatoli Torokhti, Charles Pearce-
dc.publisherAmer Mathematical Soc-
dc.subjectOperator approximation-
dc.subjectrealistic nonlinear systems-
dc.titleA philosophy for the modelling of realistic nonlinear systems-
dc.typeJournal article-
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