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We study the topological entropy for dynamical systems with discrete or continuous multiple time. Due to the generalization of a well-known one time-dimensional result we show that the definition of topological entropy, using the approach for subshifts, leads to the zero entropy for many systems...
A linear two-dimensional boundary value problem, that describes steady-state surface and internal waves due to the forward motion of a body in a fluid consisting of two superposed layers with different densities, is considered. The body is fully submerged and intersects the interface between the...
A short survey on delayed feedback stabilization is given. The Huijberts–Michiels–Nijmeijer problem on the delayed feedback stabilization of unstable equilibria of two- and three-dimensional dynamical systems is considered. It is shown that the methods of delayed feedback stabilization of...
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