Integration of ODEs on Riemann surfaces with an arbitrary precision
We consider analytical systems of ODEs with a real or complex time. Integration of such ODEs is equivalent to an analytical continuation of a solution
along some path, which usually belongs to the real axis. The problems that may appear along this path are often caused by singularities of the solution
that lie outside the real axis. It is possible to circumvent problematic parts of the path (including singularities) by going on the Riemann surface of the solution (i.e., in the complex domain). A natural way to realize this program is to use the method of Taylor expansions, which does not require a formal complexification of the system (i.e., a change of variables). We use two classical problems, i.e., the Restricted Three-Body problem, and Van der Pol equation, to demonstrate how Taylor expansions can be used for integration of ODEs with an arbitrary
precision. We obtained some new results in these problems.
analytical ODEs, Taylor method, R3BP, Van der Pol equation, chaotic dynamics
Publication language:russian, pages:24
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