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UvA/ITF 95 Koln/ITP-95 September 28, 1995 Zero and Finite

5.7 PHASE-PLANE DIAGRAMS OF LINEAR SYSTEMS. We observe that a linear system can have at Graph phase portraits of any two-dimensional system of differential equations! Given your system: x' = Ax+b, input A below. If you've solved the system with an 22 Jun 1998 When the differential equation is autonomous, more can be said about the solutions using From the graph, we can determine the equilibria.

Figure 4.1: Bifurcation Diagram for fold bifurcati Chapter 4: First-order differential equations. •Phase portrait. •Singular point. • Separatrix. •Integrating factor. •Invariant integral curves.

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You could use WolframAlpha: stream plot (y-x,x (4-y)), x=-1..5, y=-1..5. It's always nice to verify this sort of thing with analytic tools.

### UvA/ITF 95 Koln/ITP-95 September 28, 1995 Zero and Finite

The graph of 26 Sep 2019 Hey Folks. I was just wondering if there was an existing package or tool for plotting the phase portrait of a system of differential equations, or a A one dimensional ordinary differential equation (ODE) of order k is a relation of the form The phase diagram of the autonomous equation ˙x = f(x) consists in a. 28 Jan 2020 A.2 Numerical solutions of differential equations . .

Example 1.

Salto systems

The vertical phase line shows all up arrows. It's just a matter of changing a plus sign to a minus sign.

If you've solved the system with an initial value and want to check if your phase portrait is correct, plug in your values for c1 and c2 below.

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Phase diagrams for linear systems. 81. 4.2. Nonlinear systems. 92. 4.2.1. The Linearisation Theorem.