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We consider the motion of a 2π-periodic in time two-degree-of-freedom Hamiltonian system in a neighborhood of the equilibrium position. It is assumed that the system depends on a small parameter e and other parameters and is autonomous at e = 0. It is also assumed that in the autonomous case...
The goal of the paper is to explain why any left-invariant Hamiltonian system on (the cotangent bundle of) a 3-dimensonal Lie group G is Liouville integrable. We derive this property from the fact that the coadjoint orbits of G are two-dimensional so that the integrability of left-invariant...
The change of the precession angle is studied analytically and numerically for two classical integrable tops: the Kovalevskaya top and the Goryachev — Chaplygin top. Based on the known results on the topology of Liouville foliations for these systems, we find initial conditions for which the...
Chow and Luo  showed in 2003 that the combinatorial analogue of the Hamilton Ricci flow on surfaces converges under certain conditions to Thruston’s circle packing metric of constant curvature. The combinatorial setting includes weights defined for edges of a triangulation. A crucial...
This paper is concerned with the problem of optimal path planning for a mobile wheeled robot. Euler elasticas, which ensure minimization of control actions, are considered as optimal trajectories. An algorithm for constructing controls that realizes the motion along the trajectory in the form of...
This paper is a small review devoted to the dynamics of a point on a paraboloid. Specifically, it is concerned with the motion both under the action of a gravitational field and without it. It is assumed that the paraboloid can rotate about a vertical axis with constant angular velocity. The...
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