
Conference publicationsAbstractsXXIII conferenceGlobal qualitative analysis and applications of lowdimensional dynamical systemsUnited Institute of Informatics Problems, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Leonid Beda Str. 64, Minsk, 220040, Belarus, Phone: +375297646662, Email: valery.gaiko@gmail.com 1 pp. (accepted)We carry out the global qualitative analysis of lowdimensional polynomial dynamical systems. To control all of their limit cycle bifurcations, especially, bifurcations of multiple limit cycles, it is necessary to know the properties and combine the effects of all of their rotation parameters. It can be done by means of the development of new bifurcational geometric methods based on the wellknown Weierstrass preparation theorem and the Perko planar termination principle stating that the maximal oneparameter family of multiple limit cycles terminates either at a singular point which is typically of the same multiplicity (cyclicity) or on a separatrix cycle which is also typically of the same multiplicity (cyclicity). This principle is a consequence of the principle of natural termination which was stated for higherdimensional dynamical systems by A.\,Wintner who studied oneparameter families of periodic orbits of the restricted threebody problem and used Puiseux series to show that in the analytic case any oneparameter family of periodic orbits can be uniquely continued through any bifurcation except a perioddoubling bifurcation. Such a bifurcation can happen, e.\,g., in a threedimensional Lorenz system. But this cannot happen for planar systems. That is why the WintnerPerko termination principle is applied for studying multiple limit cycle bifurcations of planar polynomial dynamical systems. If we do not know the cyclicity of the termination points, then, applying canonical systems with field rotation parameters, we use geometric properties of the spirals filling the interior and exterior domains of limit cycles. Applying this method, we have solved, e.\,g., Smale's Thirteenth Problem for the classical Li\'{e}nard system. Generalizing the obtained results, we have solved the problem of the maximum number of limit cycles surrounding a singular point for an arbitrary polynomial system and Hilbert's Sixteenth Problem for a general Li\'{e}nard polynomial system with an arbitrary number of singular points. We discuss also how to apply this approach for studying global limit cycle bifurcations of discrete and continuous Hollingtype systems which model the population dynamics in biomedical and ecological systems. Finally, applying a similar approach, we consider various applications of threedimensional polynomial dynamical systems and, in particular, complete the strange attractor bifurcation scenario in the classical Lorenz system globally connecting the homoclinic, perioddoubling, AndronovShilnikov, and periodhalving bifurcations of its limit cycles.
