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Spiral Sink, Spiral Source) More generally, consider X = AX, where A= α −β β α and α, β = 0. The characteristic equation is now λ2 − 2αλ + α 2 + β 2 , so the eigenvalues are λ = α ± iβ. An eigenvector associated with α + iβ is determined by the equation (α − (α + iβ))x + βy = 0. 5 Phase portraits for a spiral sink and a spiral source. Thus (1, i) is again an eigenvector, and so we have complex solutions of the form X(t) = e (α+iβ)t = e αt 1 i cos βt − sin βt + ie αt sin βt cos βt = Xre (t) + iXim (t).
Moreover, α and β are unique. To see this, suppose Z = (z1 , z2 ). Then we must solve the equations z1 = αv1 + βw1 z2 = αv2 + βw2 , where vi , wi , and zi are known. But this system has a unique solution (α, β) since det v1 v2 w1 = 0. w2 The linearly independent vectors V and W are said to define a basis for R2 . Any vector Z has unique “coordinates” relative to V and W . These coordinates are the pair (α, β) for which Z = αV + βW . Example. The unit vectors E1 = (1, 0) and E2 = (0, 1) obviously form a basis called the standard basis of R2 .
Finally, a special case occurs if one of the eigenvalues is equal to 0. As we have seen, there is a straight line of equilibrium points in this case. If the other eigenvalue λ is nonzero, then the sign of λ determines whether the other solutions tend toward or away from these equilibria (see Exercises 10 and 11 of this chapter). 2 Complex Eigenvalues It may happen that the roots of the characteristic polynomial are complex numbers. In analogy with the real case, we call these roots complex eigenvalues.
Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, and an Introduction to Chaos by Stephen Smale, Visit Amazon's Morris W. Hirsch Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Morris W. Hirsch, , Robert L. Devaney