By Bernard Candelpergher, Francine Diener, Marc Diener (auth.), Jean-Pierre Françoise, Robert Roussarie (eds.)
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0 ) = X ~ x - 7 ( # ) y ;,it is trivial to 55 prove t h a t the transition map Du(x) from a0 to #o has the form : Du(x) = x~(U)[1 + q)l(X, #)] (19) where ¢1 is a continuous function and ¢1(0, #) ------O. T h e transition map R~(x) from ~-o to ao is C ~ and can be e x p a n d e d : R~,(y) = a(tt) +/3(#)y[1 + ¢ ( y , #)] (20) where ¢, a,/3 are C ¢¢,/3(#) > 0 and ¢(y, #) = O(y). The Poincar~ map relative to a = a0 is equal to Rt, o Du. From (19), (20) we o b t a i n : P~,(z) = c~(#) +/3(#)x'Y(u)(1 + el(X, #))(1 -F ¢(xZ(#)(1 + ¢1(x, #)), #)) So :Pu(x) = (~(#) +/3(#)x~(U)(1 + ¢2(x, #)) (21) with again ¢~ a continuous function such t h a t 62(0, #) = 0.
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Thus, we must identify as explicitly as possible the dk under this hypothesis. This will be accomplished using the Structure Lemma. It is perhaps worthwhile to note that the determination of the zeros of dk(~, 0), which solves our bifurcation problem, does not depend on the global convergence of the series expansion for the displacement function. /=1 36 Thus, by composition, we obtain power series representations for the functions which appear in the Structure Lemma: ~(a(~)) = [ 2 ~ J , ~(~(~)) = k=l ~(a(~)) = ~ ~ , ~ , ~ e~, k=l ~ , ~ , ~(a(~)) = ~ ~,~.
Bifurcations of Planar Vector Fields: Proceedings of a Meeting held in Luminy, France, Sept. 18–22, 1989 by Bernard Candelpergher, Francine Diener, Marc Diener (auth.), Jean-Pierre Françoise, Robert Roussarie (eds.)