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Title: A cubic system with eight small-amplitude limit cycles
Authors: Ning, S.
Ma, S.
Kwek, K.H. 
Zheng, Z.
Keywords: Fine focus
Limit cycles
Symbolic computation
Issue Date: Jul-1994
Citation: Ning, S.,Ma, S.,Kwek, K.H.,Zheng, Z. (1994-07). A cubic system with eight small-amplitude limit cycles. Applied Mathematics Letters 7 (4) : 23-27. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In E.M. James and N.G. Lloyd's paper A Cubic System with Eight Small-Amplitude Limit Cycles [1], a set of conditions is given that ensures the origin to be a fine focus of order eight and eight limit cycles to bifurcate from the origin by perturbing parameters. We find that one of the conditions, a9 = σ*a7, where 666/97 < σ* < 103/15, can be weakened as a9 = σ*a7 or a9 = σ1a7, where 283/125 < σ1 < 284/125. In [1], deriving above conditions is reduced to finding the real solutions of a system of some algebraic equations and inequalities. When verifying these conditions by solving this system in a different ordering, we find another real solution to the system, which is leading to above improvement of the conditions. © 1994.
Source Title: Applied Mathematics Letters
ISSN: 08939659
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