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In mathematics, catastrophe theory is a branch of bifurcation theory in the study of dynamical systems; it is also a particular special case of more general singularity theory in geometry.

In mathematics, catastrophe theory is a branch of bifurcation theory in the study of dynamical systems; it is also a particular special case of more general singularity theory in geometry.

在数学上,突变论是动力学系统研究里分岔理论的一个分支;而在几何学中,它也是奇点理论里的一个特殊情形。



Bifurcation theory studies and classifies phenomena characterized by sudden shifts in behavior arising from small changes in circumstances, analysing how the qualitative nature of equation solutions depends on the parameters that appear in the equation. This may lead to sudden and dramatic changes, for example the unpredictable timing and magnitude of a landslide.

Bifurcation theory studies and classifies phenomena characterized by sudden shifts in behavior arising from small changes in circumstances, analysing how the qualitative nature of equation solutions depends on the parameters that appear in the equation. This may lead to sudden and dramatic changes, for example the unpredictable timing and magnitude of a landslide.

分岔理论主要研究因环境中微小变化导致系统动力学行为发生突变的现象,对动力学方程的解如何依赖方程中的参数进行定性分析。这可能会导致突然而剧烈的变化,例如,无法预测时间和规模的滑坡现象。



Catastrophe theory originated with the work of the French mathematician René Thom in the 1960s, and became very popular due to the efforts of Christopher Zeeman in the 1970s. It considers the special case where the long-run stable equilibrium can be identified as the minimum of a smooth, well-defined potential function (Lyapunov function).

Catastrophe theory originated with the work of the French mathematician René Thom in the 1960s, and became very popular due to the efforts of Christopher Zeeman in the 1970s. It considers the special case where the long-run stable equilibrium can be identified as the minimum of a smooth, well-defined potential function (Lyapunov function).

突变论起源于20世纪60年代法国数学家René Thom的一系列工作。得益于Christopher Zeeman的努力,突变论在20世纪70年代变得非常流行。突变论考虑这样一种特殊情况:长期稳定的平衡可以由一个光滑的、定义明确的势函数(李雅普诺夫函数)的最小值确定。



Small changes in certain parameters of a nonlinear system can cause equilibria to appear or disappear, or to change from attracting to repelling and vice versa, leading to large and sudden changes of the behaviour of the system. However, examined in a larger parameter space, catastrophe theory reveals that such bifurcation points tend to occur as part of well-defined qualitative geometrical structures.

Small changes in certain parameters of a nonlinear system can cause equilibria to appear or disappear, or to change from attracting to repelling and vice versa, leading to large and sudden changes of the behaviour of the system. However, examined in a larger parameter space, catastrophe theory reveals that such bifurcation points tend to occur as part of well-defined qualitative geometrical structures.

非线性系统某些参数的微小变化可以导致平衡态的出现或消失,或者从吸引变为排斥,又或相反,从而导致系统行为产生巨大而突然的变化。然而,在较大的参数空间中,突变论揭示了这种分叉点往往作为定性几何结构的一部分出现。



Elementary catastrophes

Elementary catastrophes

基本的灾难

Catastrophe theory analyzes degenerate critical points of the potential function — points where not just the first derivative, but one or more higher derivatives of the potential function are also zero. These are called the germs of the catastrophe geometries. The degeneracy of these critical points can be unfolded by expanding the potential function as a Taylor series in small perturbations of the parameters.

Catastrophe theory analyzes degenerate critical points of the potential function — points where not just the first derivative, but one or more higher derivatives of the potential function are also zero. These are called the germs of the catastrophe geometries. The degeneracy of these critical points can be unfolded by expanding the potential function as a Taylor series in small perturbations of the parameters.

突变论分析势函数的退化临界点,在退化临界点处,势函数不仅一阶导数为零,而且有一个或多个高阶导数也为零,这被视为突变几何的萌芽。临界点的退化可以通过在参数的微小扰动中将势函数按照泰勒级数来展开。



When the degenerate points are not merely accidental, but are structurally stable, the degenerate points exist as organising centres for particular geometric structures of lower degeneracy, with critical features in the parameter space around them. If the potential function depends on two or fewer active variables, and four or fewer active parameters, then there are only seven generic structures for these bifurcation geometries, with corresponding standard forms into which the Taylor series around the catastrophe germs can be transformed by diffeomorphism (a smooth transformation whose inverse is also smooth).[citation needed] These seven fundamental types are now presented, with the names that Thom gave them.

When the degenerate points are not merely accidental, but are structurally stable, the degenerate points exist as organising centres for particular geometric structures of lower degeneracy, with critical features in the parameter space around them. If the potential function depends on two or fewer active variables, and four or fewer active parameters, then there are only seven generic structures for these bifurcation geometries, with corresponding standard forms into which the Taylor series around the catastrophe germs can be transformed by diffeomorphism (a smooth transformation whose inverse is also smooth). These seven fundamental types are now presented, with the names that Thom gave them.

当退化点不仅仅是偶然的,而且是结构稳定的时候,退化点作为具有较低退化度的特定几何结构的组织中心存在,其周围的参数空间具有临界特征。如果势函数依赖于两个或更少的活动变量和四个或更少的活动参数,那么对于这些分支几何形状,只有七个通用结构,它们具有相应的标准形式,可以通过微分同胚(一种逆光滑的光滑变换)将灾变芽周围的泰勒级数转化为相应的标准形式。这七种基本类型现在被呈现出来,还有 Thom 给他们起的名字。



Potential functions of one active variable

Potential functions of one active variable

一个有效变量的势函数



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Fold catastrophe

Fold catastrophe

折叠灾难

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Stable and unstable pair of extrema disappear at a fold bifurcation

Stable and unstable pair of extrema disappear at a fold bifurcation

稳定和不稳定的极值对在折叠分叉处消失

[math]V = x^3 + ax\,[/math]

[math]V = x^3 + ax\,[/math]

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At negative values of a, the potential V has two extrema - one stable, and one unstable. If the parameter a is slowly increased, the system can follow the stable minimum point. But at a = 0 the stable and unstable extrema meet, and annihilate. This is the bifurcation point. At a > 0 there is no longer a stable solution. If a physical system is followed through a fold bifurcation, one therefore finds that as a reaches 0, the stability of the a < 0 solution is suddenly lost, and the system will make a sudden transition to a new, very different behaviour. 模板:AnchorThis bifurcation value of the parameter a is sometimes called the "tipping point".

At negative values of a, the potential V has two extrema - one stable, and one unstable. If the parameter a is slowly increased, the system can follow the stable minimum point. But at 0}} the stable and unstable extrema meet, and annihilate. This is the bifurcation point. At there is no longer a stable solution. If a physical system is followed through a fold bifurcation, one therefore finds that as a reaches 0, the stability of the solution is suddenly lost, and the system will make a sudden transition to a new, very different behaviour. This bifurcation value of the parameter a is sometimes called the "tipping point".

在负值 a 时,势 v 有两个极值,一个是稳定的,一个是不稳定的。如果参数 a 缓慢增加,系统可以达到稳定的最小点。但在0}时,稳定极值与不稳定极值相遇并湮灭。这就是分歧点。在年,不再有一个稳定的解决方案。如果一个物理系统经过一个折叠分叉,人们就会发现,当 a 到达0时,解的稳定性突然丧失,系统就会突然转变为一个新的,非常不同的行为。参数 a 的这个分叉值有时被称为“引爆点”。






Cusp catastrophe

Cusp catastrophe

尖点灾变

[math]V = x^4 + ax^2 + bx \,[/math]

[math]V = x^4 + ax^2 + bx \,[/math]

X ^ 4 + ax ^ 2 + bx ,/ math



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Diagram of cusp catastrophe, showing curves (brown, red) of x satisfying dV/dx = 0 for parameters (a,b), drawn for parameter b continuously varied, for several values of parameter a.
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尖点突变图,显示 x 的曲线(棕色,红色)满足 dv / dx 0的参数(a,b) ,为参数 b 绘制的曲线连续变化,为参数 a 的几个值绘制的曲线(棕色,红色)。 Outside the cusp locus of bifurcations (blue), for each point (a,b) in parameter space there is only one extremising value of x. Inside the cusp, there are two different values of x giving local minima of V(x) for each (a,b), separated by a value of x giving a local maximum.
Outside the cusp locus of bifurcations (blue), for each point (a,b) in parameter space there is only one extremising value of x. Inside the cusp, there are two different values of x giving local minima of V(x) for each (a,b), separated by a value of x giving a local maximum.

在分岔点(蓝色)的尖点轨迹外,参数空间中的每个点(a,b)只有一个 x 的极值。在尖点内部,有两个不同的 x 值,给出每个(a,b)的局部极小值 v (x) ,中间用 x 值分隔,给出局部极大值。]]

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Cusp shape in parameter space (a,b) near the catastrophe point, showing the locus of fold bifurcations separating the region with two stable solutions from the region with one.
Cusp shape in parameter space (a,b) near the catastrophe point, showing the locus of fold bifurcations separating the region with two stable solutions from the region with one.

在突变点附近的参数空间(a,b)中的 | 尖点形状,显示了用两个稳定解从一个突变点区域分离区域的折叠分岔轨迹。

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Pitchfork bifurcation at a = 0 on the surface b = 0
Pitchfork bifurcation at 0}} on the surface 0}}

在叉式分岔表面上

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The cusp geometry is very common, when one explores what happens to a fold bifurcation if a second parameter, b, is added to the control space. Varying the parameters, one finds that there is now a curve (blue) of points in (a,b) space where stability is lost, where the stable solution will suddenly jump to an alternate outcome.

The cusp geometry is very common, when one explores what happens to a fold bifurcation if a second parameter, b, is added to the control space. Varying the parameters, one finds that there is now a curve (blue) of points in (a,b) space where stability is lost, where the stable solution will suddenly jump to an alternate outcome.

尖点几何是非常常见的,当人们探索如果在控制空间中加入第二个参数 b,将会发生什么。通过改变参数,我们发现在(a,b)空间中存在一条点的曲线(蓝色) ,在这条曲线中失去了稳定性,稳定解突然跳跃到另一个结果。



But in a cusp geometry the bifurcation curve loops back on itself, giving a second branch where this alternate solution itself loses stability, and will make a jump back to the original solution set. By repeatedly increasing b and then decreasing it, one can therefore observe hysteresis loops, as the system alternately follows one solution, jumps to the other, follows the other back, then jumps back to the first.

But in a cusp geometry the bifurcation curve loops back on itself, giving a second branch where this alternate solution itself loses stability, and will make a jump back to the original solution set. By repeatedly increasing b and then decreasing it, one can therefore observe hysteresis loops, as the system alternately follows one solution, jumps to the other, follows the other back, then jumps back to the first.

但在尖点几何中,分叉曲线回到自身,形成第二个分支,在这个分支中,这个交替解本身失去了稳定性,并将跳回到原来的解集。通过反复增加 b,然后减小 b,人们因此可以观察到滞后回路,因为系统交替地遵循一个解决方案,跳到另一个解决方案,跳到另一个解决方案,然后跳回到第一个。



However, this is only possible in the region of parameter space a < 0. As a is increased, the hysteresis loops become smaller and smaller, until above a = 0 they disappear altogether (the cusp catastrophe), and there is only one stable solution.

However, this is only possible in the region of parameter space . As a is increased, the hysteresis loops become smaller and smaller, until above 0}} they disappear altogether (the cusp catastrophe), and there is only one stable solution.

然而,这只有在参数空间的区域才可能。随着 a 的增加,磁滞回线变得越来越小,直到大于0}磁滞回线完全消失(尖点突变) ,只有一个稳定的解。



One can also consider what happens if one holds b constant and varies a. In the symmetrical case b = 0, one observes a pitchfork bifurcation as a is reduced, with one stable solution suddenly splitting into two stable solutions and one unstable solution as the physical system passes to a < 0 through the cusp point (0,0) (an example of spontaneous symmetry breaking). Away from the cusp point, there is no sudden change in a physical solution being followed: when passing through the curve of fold bifurcations, all that happens is an alternate second solution becomes available.

One can also consider what happens if one holds b constant and varies a. In the symmetrical case 0}}, one observes a pitchfork bifurcation as a is reduced, with one stable solution suddenly splitting into two stable solutions and one unstable solution as the physical system passes to through the cusp point (0,0) (an example of spontaneous symmetry breaking). Away from the cusp point, there is no sudden change in a physical solution being followed: when passing through the curve of fold bifurcations, all that happens is an alternate second solution becomes available.

我们也可以考虑,如果一个人保持 b 常数,改变 a 会发生什么。在对称情形0}中,我们观察到 a 被还原时的叉式分岔,当物理系统通过尖点(0,0)时,一个稳定解突然分裂成两个稳定解和一个不稳定解(自发对称性破缺的一个例子)。离开尖点,所遵循的物理解没有突然的变化: 当通过折叠分叉曲线时,所发生的是一个备用的第二解变得可用。



A famous suggestion is that the cusp catastrophe can be used to model the behaviour of a stressed dog, which may respond by becoming cowed or becoming angry.[1] The suggestion is that at moderate stress (a > 0), the dog will exhibit a smooth transition of response from cowed to angry, depending on how it is provoked. But higher stress levels correspond to moving to the region (a < 0). Then, if the dog starts cowed, it will remain cowed as it is irritated more and more, until it reaches the 'fold' point, when it will suddenly, discontinuously snap through to angry mode. Once in 'angry' mode, it will remain angry, even if the direct irritation parameter is considerably reduced.

A famous suggestion is that the cusp catastrophe can be used to model the behaviour of a stressed dog, which may respond by becoming cowed or becoming angry. The suggestion is that at moderate stress (), the dog will exhibit a smooth transition of response from cowed to angry, depending on how it is provoked. But higher stress levels correspond to moving to the region (). Then, if the dog starts cowed, it will remain cowed as it is irritated more and more, until it reaches the 'fold' point, when it will suddenly, discontinuously snap through to angry mode. Once in 'angry' mode, it will remain angry, even if the direct irritation parameter is considerably reduced.

一个著名的建议是尖点灾难可以用来模拟一只受到压力的狗的行为,它可能会变得胆怯或生气。建议是,在适度的压力() ,狗将展示一个平稳过渡的反应,从吓唬到愤怒,这取决于它是如何挑起的。但是较高的应力水平对应于向该区域的移动()。然后,如果狗开始恐吓,它会继续恐吓,因为它被激怒越来越多,直到它达到’折叠’点,当它会突然,不间断地跳转到愤怒的模式。一旦进入“愤怒”模式,即使直接刺激参数大大降低,它也会继续愤怒。



A simple mechanical system, the "Zeeman Catastrophe Machine", nicely illustrates a cusp catastrophe. In this device, smooth variations in the position of the end of a spring can cause sudden changes in the rotational position of an attached wheel.[2]

A simple mechanical system, the "Zeeman Catastrophe Machine", nicely illustrates a cusp catastrophe. In this device, smooth variations in the position of the end of a spring can cause sudden changes in the rotational position of an attached wheel.

一个简单的机械系统,“塞曼灾难机器” ,很好地说明了尖点灾难。在这种装置中,弹簧末端位置的平滑变化可以引起附加轮转动位置的突然变化。



Catastrophic failure of a complex system with parallel redundancy can be evaluated based on the relationship between local and external stresses. The model of the structural fracture mechanics is similar to the cusp catastrophe behavior. The model predicts reserve ability of a complex system.

Catastrophic failure of a complex system with parallel redundancy can be evaluated based on the relationship between local and external stresses. The model of the structural fracture mechanics is similar to the cusp catastrophe behavior. The model predicts reserve ability of a complex system.

并联冗余复杂系统的灾变失效可以根据局部应力与外部应力之间的关系进行评估。结构断裂力学模型与尖点突变行为相似。该模型预测了复杂系统的储备能力。



Other applications include the outer sphere electron transfer frequently encountered in chemical and biological systems[3] and modelling real estate prices.[4]

Other applications include the outer sphere electron transfer frequently encountered in chemical and biological systems and modelling real estate prices.

其他应用还包括化学和生物系统中经常遇到的外层电子转移和房地产价格模型。



Fold bifurcations and the cusp geometry are by far the most important practical consequences of catastrophe theory. They are patterns which reoccur again and again in physics, engineering and mathematical modelling.

Fold bifurcations and the cusp geometry are by far the most important practical consequences of catastrophe theory. They are patterns which reoccur again and again in physics, engineering and mathematical modelling.

折叠分岔和尖点几何是迄今为止突变理论最重要的实际结果。它们是在物理学、工程学和数学模型中反复出现的模式。

They produce the strong gravitational lensing events and provide astronomers with one of the methods used for detecting black holes and the dark matter of the universe, via the phenomenon of gravitational lensing producing multiple images of distant quasars.[5]

They produce the strong gravitational lensing events and provide astronomers with one of the methods used for detecting black holes and the dark matter of the universe, via the phenomenon of gravitational lensing producing multiple images of distant quasars.

它们产生强烈的引力透镜效应事件,为天文学家提供了探测黑洞和宇宙暗物质的方法之一---- 通过引力透镜效应现象产生遥远类星体的多幅图像。



The remaining simple catastrophe geometries are very specialised in comparison, and presented here only for curiosity value.

The remaining simple catastrophe geometries are very specialised in comparison, and presented here only for curiosity value.

剩下的简单的灾难几何图形在比较中非常专业,在这里展示只是为了好奇的价值。



Swallowtail catastrophe

Swallowtail catastrophe

燕尾蝶灾难

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Swallowtail catastrophe surface

Swallowtail catastrophe surface

燕尾突变曲面

[math]V = x^5 + ax^3 + bx^2 + cx \, [/math]

[math]V = x^5 + ax^3 + bx^2 + cx \, [/math]

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The control parameter space is three-dimensional. The bifurcation set in parameter space is made up of three surfaces of fold bifurcations, which meet in two lines of cusp bifurcations, which in turn meet at a single swallowtail bifurcation point.

The control parameter space is three-dimensional. The bifurcation set in parameter space is made up of three surfaces of fold bifurcations, which meet in two lines of cusp bifurcations, which in turn meet at a single swallowtail bifurcation point.

控制参数空间为三维空间。参数空间中的分岔集是由三个折叠分岔曲面组成的,这三个折叠分岔曲面在两条尖点分岔线上相交,而尖点又在一个单燕尾分岔点上相交。



As the parameters go through the surface of fold bifurcations, one minimum and one maximum of the potential function disappear. At the cusp bifurcations, two minima and one maximum are replaced by one minimum; beyond them the fold bifurcations disappear. At the swallowtail point, two minima and two maxima all meet at a single value of x. For values of a > 0, beyond the swallowtail, there is either one maximum-minimum pair, or none at all, depending on the values of b and c. Two of the surfaces of fold bifurcations, and the two lines of cusp bifurcations where they meet for a < 0, therefore disappear at the swallowtail point, to be replaced with only a single surface of fold bifurcations remaining. Salvador Dalí's last painting, The Swallow's Tail, was based on this catastrophe.

As the parameters go through the surface of fold bifurcations, one minimum and one maximum of the potential function disappear. At the cusp bifurcations, two minima and one maximum are replaced by one minimum; beyond them the fold bifurcations disappear. At the swallowtail point, two minima and two maxima all meet at a single value of x. For values of , beyond the swallowtail, there is either one maximum-minimum pair, or none at all, depending on the values of b and c. Two of the surfaces of fold bifurcations, and the two lines of cusp bifurcations where they meet for , therefore disappear at the swallowtail point, to be replaced with only a single surface of fold bifurcations remaining. Salvador Dalí's last painting, The Swallow's Tail, was based on this catastrophe.

当参数经过折叠分叉面时,势函数的一个最小值和一个最大值消失。在尖点分岔处,两个最小值和一个最大值被一个最小值所代替; 在它们之后,折点分岔就消失了。在燕尾点,两个极小值和两个极大值都在一个 x 的值上相交。对于燕尾蝶,根据 b 和 c 的值,有一个最大-最小对,或者根本没有,这取决于折叠分叉的两个面,以及它们相遇的两条尖形分叉线,因此在燕尾蝶点消失,只剩下一个单一的折叠分叉面。萨尔瓦多 · 达利的最后一幅画《燕子尾巴》就是以这场灾难为基础的。



Butterfly catastrophe

Butterfly catastrophe

蝴蝶灾难

[math]V = x^6 + ax^4 + bx^3 + cx^2 + dx \, [/math]

[math]V = x^6 + ax^4 + bx^3 + cx^2 + dx \, [/math]

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Depending on the parameter values, the potential function may have three, two, or one different local minima, separated by the loci of fold bifurcations. At the butterfly point, the different 3-surfaces of fold bifurcations, the 2-surfaces of cusp bifurcations, and the lines of swallowtail bifurcations all meet up and disappear, leaving a single cusp structure remaining when a > 0.

Depending on the parameter values, the potential function may have three, two, or one different local minima, separated by the loci of fold bifurcations. At the butterfly point, the different 3-surfaces of fold bifurcations, the 2-surfaces of cusp bifurcations, and the lines of swallowtail bifurcations all meet up and disappear, leaving a single cusp structure remaining when .

根据参数值的不同,势函数可能有三个、两个或一个不同的局部极小值,由折叠分叉的轨迹分开。在蝶形点处,折叠分叉的不同三面、尖点分叉的两面、燕尾分叉的线条都相遇并消失,留下一个单一的尖点结构。



Potential functions of two active variables

Potential functions of two active variables

两个活动变量的势函数

Umbilic catastrophes are examples of corank 2 catastrophes. They can be observed in optics in the focal surfaces created by light reflecting off a surface in three dimensions and are intimately connected with the geometry of nearly spherical surfaces.

Umbilic catastrophes are examples of corank 2 catastrophes. They can be observed in optics in the focal surfaces created by light reflecting off a surface in three dimensions and are intimately connected with the geometry of nearly spherical surfaces.

脐带灾难是2次灾难的例子。它们可以在光线从三维表面反射而形成的焦面的光学中观察到,并且与近球面的几何形状密切相关。

Thom proposed that the hyperbolic umbilic catastrophe modeled the breaking of a wave and the elliptical umbilic modeled the creation of hair-like structures.

Thom proposed that the hyperbolic umbilic catastrophe modeled the breaking of a wave and the elliptical umbilic modeled the creation of hair-like structures.

Thom 提出双曲线脐状突变模拟了波的破裂,椭圆脐状突变模拟了毛发状结构的产生。



Hyperbolic umbilic catastrophe

Hyperbolic umbilic catastrophe

双曲线脐点突变

[math]V = x^3 + y^3 + axy + bx +cy \, [/math]

[math]V = x^3 + y^3 + axy + bx +cy \, [/math]

数学 v x ^ 3 + y ^ 3 + axy + bx + cy,/ math



Elliptic umbilic catastrophe

Elliptic umbilic catastrophe

椭圆脐灾变

[math]V = \frac{x^3}{3} - xy^2 + a(x^2+y^2) + bx + cy \, [/math]

[math]V = \frac{x^3}{3} - xy^2 + a(x^2+y^2) + bx + cy \, [/math]

3}-xy ^ 2 + a (x ^ 2 + y ^ 2) + bx + cy,/ math



Parabolic umbilic catastrophe

Parabolic umbilic catastrophe

抛物线脐点突变

[math]V = x^2y + y^4 + ax^2 + by^2 + cx + dy \, [/math]

[math]V = x^2y + y^4 + ax^2 + by^2 + cx + dy \, [/math]

数学 v x ^ 2 y + y ^ 4 + ax ^ 2 + by ^ 2 + cx + dy ,/ math



Arnold's notation

Arnold's notation

阿诺德记数法

Vladimir Arnold gave the catastrophes the ADE classification, due to a deep connection with simple Lie groups.

Vladimir Arnold gave the catastrophes the ADE classification, due to a deep connection with simple Lie groups.

弗拉迪米尔 · 阿诺德将这些灾难归为 ADE 类,因为它们与简单的李群有很深的联系。

  • A0 - a non-singular point: [math]V = x[/math].


  • A1 - a local extremum, either a stable minimum or unstable maximum [math]V = \pm x^2 + a x[/math].


  • A2 - the fold


  • A3 - the cusp


  • A4 - the swallowtail


  • A5 - the butterfly


  • Ak - a representative of an infinite sequence of one variable forms [math]V=x^{k+1}+\cdots[/math]


  • D4 - the elliptical umbilic


  • D4+ - the hyperbolic umbilic


  • D5 - the parabolic umbilic


  • Dk - a representative of an infinite sequence of further umbilic forms


  • E6 - the symbolic umbilic [math]V = x^3+y^4+a x y^2 +bxy+cx+dy+ey^2[/math]


  • E7


  • E8


There are objects in singularity theory which correspond to most of the other simple Lie groups.

There are objects in singularity theory which correspond to most of the other simple Lie groups.

在奇点理论中有一些对象,它们对应于大多数其他简单的李群。



See also

See also

参见




References

References

参考资料

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Bibliography

Bibliography

参考书目



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Category:Bifurcation theory

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类别: 奇点理论

Category:Systems theory

范畴: 系统论

Category:Chaos theory

范畴: 混沌理论


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