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Rigorous enclosures of rotation numbers by interval methods

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  • We apply set-valued numerical methods to compute an accurate enclosure of the rotation number. The described algorithm is supplemented with a method of proving the existence of periodic points, which is used to check the rationality of the rotation number. A few numerical experiments are presented to show that the implementation of interval methods produces a good enclosure of the rotation number of a circle map.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37E45, 37E10, 65G30.

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