## A note on local integrability of differential systems. (arXiv:1712.09510v1 [math.DS])

For an $n$--dimensional local analytic differential system $\dot x=Ax+f(x)$ with $f(x)=O(|x|^2)$, the Poincar\'e nonintegrability theorem states that if the eigenvalues of $A$ are not resonant, the system does not have an analytic or a formal first integral in a neighborhood of the origin. This result was extended in 2003 to the case when $A$ admits one zero eigenvalue and the other are non--resonant: for $n=2$ the system has an analytic first integral at the origin if and only if the origin is a non--isolated singular point; for $n&gt;2$ the system has a formal first integral at the origin if and only if the origin is not an isolated singular point. However, the question of \emph{whether the system has an analytic first integral at the origin provided that the origin is not an isolated singular point} remains open.查看全文

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 你的名字 留空匿名提交 你的Email或网站 用户可以联系你 标题 简单描述 内容 For an $n$--dimensional local analytic differential system $\dot x=Ax+f(x)$ with $f(x)=O(|x|^2)$, the Poincar\'e nonintegrability theorem states that if the eigenvalues of $A$ are not resonant, the system does not have an analytic or a formal first integral in a neighborhood of the origin. This result was extended in 2003 to the case when $A$ admits one zero eigenvalue and the other are non--resonant: for $n=2$ the system has an analytic first integral at the origin if and only if the origin is a non--isolated singular point; for $n>2$ the system has a formal first integral at the origin if and only if the origin is not an isolated singular point. However, the question of \emph{whether the system has an analytic first integral at the origin provided that the origin is not an isolated singular point} remains open.