Nonautonomous Conley index theory. The homology index and attractor-repeller decompositions

Axel Jänig

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/TMNA.2018.039

Abstract


In a previous work, the author established a nonautonomous Conley index based on the interplay between a nonautonomous evolution operator and its skew-product formulation. This index is refined to obtain a Conley index for families of nonautonomous evolution operators. Different variants such as a categorial index, a homotopy index and a homology index are obtained. Furthermore, attractor-repeller decompositions and conecting homomorphisms are introduced for the nonautonomous setting.

Keywords


Nonautonomous differential equations; attractor-repeller decompositions; Morse-Conley index theory; nonautonomous Conley index; homology Conley index

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