26 janvier 2007 de 16 h 00 à 18 h 00 (heure de Montréal/Miami) Sur place
I will discuss, both verbally and through actual toy demonstrations, a number of nonholonomic problems. They exhibit signatures of integrability - conserved quantities, quasi-periodicity, etc. - but they do not fit into the current models of integrable systems. Other signatures are chirality and finite-time singularity, and I argue that these should be part of integrability in a generic nonholonomic problem.
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