Classification of Three-Dimensional Quadratic Diffeomorphisms with
Department of Mathematics, University
of Tébésa, (12000),
J. C. Sprott
Departments of Physics, University
of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Received June 14, 2008; accepted August 28, 2008
The 3-D quadratic diffeomorphism is defined as a map with a constant
Jacobian. A few such examples are well known. In this paper, all
possible forms of the 3-D quadratic diffeomorphisms are determined.
Some numerical results are also given and discussed.
Ref: E. Zeraoulia
and J. C. Sprott,
Frontiers of Physics in China 4,
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