The reducibility of quasi-periodic linear Hamiltonian systems and its application to Hill's equation

18 Jun 2017  ·  Xue Nina, Li Xiong ·

In this paper, we consider the reducibility of the quasi-periodic linear Hamiltonian system $$\dot{x}=(A+\varepsilon Q(t))x, $$ where $A$ is a constant matrix with possible multiple eigenvalues, $Q(t)$ is analytic quasi-periodic with respect to $t$, and $\varepsilon$ is a sufficiently small parameter. Under some non-resonant conditions, it is proved that, for most sufficiently small $\varepsilon$, the Hamiltonian system can be reduced to a constant coefficient Hamiltonian system by means of a quasi-periodic symplectic change of variables with the same basic frequencies as $Q(t)$... Application to quasi-periodic Hill's equation is also given. read more

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