A rigorous computational approach to linear response
journal contributionposted on 2017-11-22, 10:08 authored by Wael BahsounWael Bahsoun, Stefano Galatolo, Isaia Nisoli, Xiaolong Niu
We present a general setting in which the formula describing the linear response of the physical measure of a perturbed system can be obtained. In this general setting we obtain an algorithm to rigorously compute the linear response. We apply our results to expanding circle maps. In particular, we present examples where we compute, up to a pre-specified error in the L1-norm, the response of expanding circle maps under stochastic and deterministic perturbations. Moreover, we present an example where we compute, up to a pre-specified error in the L1-norm, the response of the intermittent family at the boundary; i.e., when the unperturbed system is the doubling map.
WB and SG would like to thank The Leverhulme Trust for supporting mutual research visits through the Network Grant IN-2014-021. The research of SG and IN is partially supported by EU Marie-Curie IRSES \Brazilian-European partnership in Dynamical Systems" (FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES 318999 BREUDS). IN was partially supported by CNPq and FAPERJ. IN would like to thank the Department of Mathematics at Uppsala University and the support of the KAW grant 2013.0315.
- Mathematical Sciences
Pages1073 - 1109
CitationBAHSOUN, W. ... et al., 2018. A rigorous computational approach to linear response. Nonlinearity, 31 (3), pp.1073-1109.
PublisherIOP Publishing © IOP Publishing & London Mathematical Society
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NotesThis is the accepted version of the following article: BAHSOUN, W. ... et al., 2018. A rigorous computational approach to linear response. Nonlinearity, 31 (3), pp.1073-1109, which has been published in final form at https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6544/aa9a88.