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General theory of ODEs
1.1 ODEs, IVPs, solutions
1.1.1 Ordinary differential equation, initial value problem
1.1.2 Solutions to an ODE
1.1.3 Geometric interpretation
1.2 Existence and uniqueness theorems
1.2.1 Successive approximations
1.2.2 Local existence and uniqueness – Proof by fixed point
1.2.3 Local existence and uniqueness – Proof by successive ap-
1.2.4 Local existence (non Lipschitz case)
1.2.5 Some examples of existence and uniqueness
1.3 Continuation of solutions
1.3.1 Maximal interval of existence
1.3.2 Maximal and global solutions
1.4 Continuous dependence on initial data, on param-
1.5 Generality of first order systems
1.6 Generality of autonomous systems
1.7 Suggested reading, Further problems
Linear systems
2.1 Existence and uniqueness of solutions
2.2 Linear systems
2.2.1 The vector space of solutions
2.2.2 Fundamental matrix solution
2.2.3 Resolvent matrix
2.2.4 Wronskian
2.2.5 Autonomous linear systems
2.3 Affine systems
2.3.1 The space of solutions
2.3.2 Construction of solutions
2.3.3 Affine systems with constant coefficients
2.4 Systems with periodic coefficients
2.4.1 Linear systems: Floquet theory
2.4.2 Affine systems: the Fredholm alternative
2.5 Further developments, bibliographical notes
Stability of linear systems
3.1 Stability at fixed points
3.2 Affine systems with small coefficients
Linearization
4.1 Some linear stability theory
4.2 The stable manifold theorem
4.3 The Hartman-Grobman theorem
4.4 Example of application
4.4.1 A chemostat model
4.4.2 A second example
Exponential dichotomy
5.1 Exponential dichotomy
5.2 Existence of exponential dichotomy
5.3 First approximate theory
5.4 Stability of exponential dichotomy
5.5 Generality of exponential dichotomy
A.1 Vector spaces, norms
A.1.1 Norm
A.1.2 Matrix norms
A.1.3 Supremum (or operator) norm
A.2 An inequality involving norms and integrals
A.3 Types of convergences
A.4 Asymptotic Notations
A.5 Types of continuities
A.6 Lipschitz function
A.7 Gronwall’s lemma
A.8 Fixed point theorems
A.9 Jordan normal form
A.10 Matrix exponentials
A.11 Matrix logarithms
A.12 Spectral theorems
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