Lumpability of linear evolution Equations in Banach spaces
Fatihcan M. Atay Lavinia Roncoroni
Evolution Equations & Control Theory 2017, 6(1): 15-34 doi: 10.3934/eect.2017002

We analyze the lumpability of linear systems on Banach spaces, namely, the possibility of projecting the dynamics by a linear reduction operator onto a smaller state space in which a self-contained dynamical description exists. We obtain conditions for lumpability of dynamics defined by unbounded operators using the theory of strongly continuous semigroups. We also derive results from the dual space point of view using sun dual theory. Furthermore, we connect the theory of lumping to several results from operator factorization. We indicate several applications to particular systems, including delay differential equations.

keywords: Abstract Cauchy problem aggregation reduction sun dual space factorization
Delayed feedback control near Hopf bifurcation
Fatihcan M. Atay
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - S 2008, 1(2): 197-205 doi: 10.3934/dcdss.2008.1.197
The stability of functional differential equations under delayed feedback is investigated near a Hopf bifurcation. Necessary and sufficient conditions are derived for the stability of the equilibrium solution using averaging theory. The results are used to compare delayed versus undelayed feedback, as well as discrete versus distributed delays. Conditions are obtained for which delayed feedback with partial state information can yield stability where undelayed feedback is ineffective. Furthermore, it is shown that if the feedback is stabilizing (respectively, destabilizing), then a discrete delay is locally the most stabilizing (resp., destabilizing) one among delay distributions having the same mean. The result also holds globally if one considers delays that are symmetrically distributed about their mean.
keywords: feedback distributed delays. Stability Hopf bifurcation
Spatially structured networks of pulse-coupled phase oscillators on metric spaces
Stilianos Louca Fatihcan M. Atay
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - A 2014, 34(9): 3703-3745 doi: 10.3934/dcds.2014.34.3703
The Winfree model describes finite networks of phase oscillators. Oscillators interact by broadcasting pulses that modulate the frequencies of connected oscillators. We study a generalization of the model and its fluid-dynamical limit for networks, where oscillators are distributed on some abstract $\sigma$-finite Borel measure space over a separable metric space. We give existence and uniqueness statements for solutions to the continuity equation for the oscillator phase densities. We further show that synchrony in networks of identical oscillators is locally asymptotically stable for finite, strictly positive measures and under suitable conditions on the oscillator response function and the coupling kernel of the network. The conditions on the latter are a generalization of the strong connectivity of finite graphs to abstract coupling kernels.
keywords: synchrony phase response. existence-uniqueness of solutions Winfree model stability Coupled oscillators
Consensus and synchronization in discrete-time networks of multi-agents with stochastically switching topologies and time delays
Wenlian Lu Fatihcan M. Atay Jürgen Jost
Networks & Heterogeneous Media 2011, 6(2): 329-349 doi: 10.3934/nhm.2011.6.329
We analyze stability of consensus algorithms in networks of multi-agents with time-varying topologies and delays. The topology and delays are modeled as induced by an adapted process and are rather general, including i.i.d. topology processes, asynchronous consensus algorithms, and Markovian jumping switching. In case the self-links are instantaneous, we prove that the network reaches consensus for all bounded delays if the graph corresponding to the conditional expectation of the coupling matrix sum across a finite time interval has a spanning tree almost surely. Moreover, when self-links are also delayed and when the delays satisfy certain integer patterns, we observe and prove that the algorithm may not reach consensus but instead synchronize at a periodic trajectory, whose period depends on the delay pattern. We also give a brief discussion on the dynamics in the absence of self-links.
keywords: Consensus network of multi-agents synchronization adapted process switching topology. delay

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