In this paper we study a so-called separatrix map introduced by Zaslavskii–Filonenko (Sov Phys JETP 27:851–857, 1968) and studied by Treschev (Physica D 116(1–2):21–43, 1998; J Nonlinear Sci 12(1):27–58, 2002), Piftankin (Nonlinearity (19):2617–2644, 2006) Piftankin and Treshchëv (Uspekhi Mat Nauk 62(2(374)):3–108, 2007). We derive a second order expansion of this map for trigonometric perturbations. In Castejon et al. (Random iteration of maps of a cylinder and diffusive behavior. Preprint available at arXiv:1501.03319, 2015), Guardia and Kaloshin (Stochastic diffusive behavior through big gaps in a priori unstable systems (in preparation), 2015), and Kaloshin et al. (Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Laminations and diffusive behavior for the generalized Arnold example away from resonances. Preprint available at http://www.terpconnect.umd.edu/vkaloshi/, 2015), applying the results of the present paper, we describe a class of nearly integrable deterministic systems with stochastic diffusive behavior.
We associate cotangent models to a neighbourhood of a Liouville torus in symplectic and Poisson manifolds focusing on b-Poisson/b-symplectic manifolds. The semilocal equivalence with such models uses the corresponding action-angle theorems in these settings: the theorem of Liouville–Mineur–Arnold for symplectic manifolds and an action-angle theorem for regular Liouville tori in Poisson manifolds (Laurent- Gengoux et al., IntMath Res Notices IMRN 8: 1839–1869, 2011). Our models comprise regular Liouville tori of Poisson manifolds but also consider the Liouville tori on the singular locus of a b-Poisson manifold. For this latter class of Poisson structures we define a twisted cotangent model. The equivalence with this twisted cotangent model is given by an action-angle theorem recently proved by the authors and Scott (Math. Pures Appl. (9) 105(1):66–85, 2016). This viewpoint of cotangent models provides a new machinery to construct examples of integrable systems, which are especially valuable in the b-symplectic case where not many sources of examples are known. At the end of the paper we introduce non-degenerate singularities as lifted cotangent models on b-symplectic manifolds and discuss some generalizations of these models to general Poisson manifolds.
In this article we investigate spectral properties of the coupling H+V¿, where H=-ia·¿+mß is the free Dirac operator in R3, m>0 and V¿ is an electrostatic shell potential (which depends on a parameter ¿¿R) located on the boundary of a smooth domain in R3. Our main result is an isoperimetric-type inequality for the admissible range of ¿’s for which the coupling H+V¿ generates pure point spectrum in (-m,m). That the ball is the unique optimizer of this inequality is also shown. Regarding some ingredients of the proof, we make use of the Birman–Schwinger principle adapted to our setting in order to prove some monotonicity property of the admissible ¿’s, and we use this to relate the endpoints of the admissible range of ¿’s to the sharp constant of a quadratic form inequality, from which the isoperimetric-type inequality is derived.
Fix s > 1. Colliander et al. proved in (Invent Math 181:39–113, 2010 )the existence of solutions of the cubic defocusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation in the two torus whose s -Sobolev norm undergoes arbitrarily large growth as time evolves. In this paper we generalize their result to the cubic defocusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation with a convolution potential. Moreover, we show that the speed of growth is the same as the one obtained for the cubic defocusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation in Guardia and Kaloshin (Growth of Sobolev norms in the cubic defocusing Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation. To appear in the Journal of the European Mathematical Society, 2012 )
We study the Fisher-KPP equation where the Laplacian is replaced by the generator of a Feller semigroup with power decaying kernel, an important example being the fractional Laplacian. In contrast with the case of the standard Laplacian where the stable state invades the unstable one at constant speed, we prove that with fractional diffusion, generated for instance by a stable Lévy process, the front position is exponential in time. Our results provide a mathematically rigorous justification of numerous heuristics about this model.