A mathematical crystal ball for the future and the past
Most real-life processes are dynamical systems, systems that evolve over time and in a defined 'state space' (akin to the various states the system can be in) according to a fixed rule. They are related sets of processes through which matter or energy flows, continually changing. Populations, epidemics and economies at all scales are examples of dynamical systems. Discrete dynamical systems evolve in discrete time steps. The EU-funded LISEDIDYS project is investigating the limit sets of such systems into the future or the past as well as where they end up after an infinite amount of time has passed. Applying a variety of mathematical techniques and methods, the project's outcomes will enhance understanding of the long-term behaviour of discrete dynamical systems.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-IF-EF-CAR - CAR – Career Restart panel
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