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Linearization via the Lie Derivative

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Linearization via the Lie Derivative
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Publisher: American Mathematical Society
Number of pages: 64

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The standard proof of the Grobman--Hartman linearization theorem for a flow at a hyperbolic rest point proceeds by first establishing the analogous result for hyperbolic fixed points of local diffeomorphisms. In this exposition we present a simple direct proof that avoids the discrete case altogether.

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