Structural stability of linear random dynamical systems
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2010
In this paper, structural stability of discrete-time linear random dynamical systems is studied. A random dynamical system is called structurally stable with respect to a random norm if it is topologically conjugate to any random dynamical system which is sufficiently close to it in this norm. We prove that a discrete-time linear random dynamical system is structurally stable with respect to its Lyapunov norms if and only if it is hyperbolic.
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