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Dl�z���×�e��� The paper deals with the variational principles for evaluation of the spectral radii of transfer and weighted shift operators associated with a dynamical system. Explore our Mathematics postgraduate research degrees, Get a copy of our postgraduate prospectus. Historically, analytical proofs of such results have been extremely difficult to come by; a number of problems remain open after several decades. Applications are invited for a 3 year PhD to commence in October 2020 or February 2021. A perturbative renormalization group (RG) based technique has been used for asymptotic analysis of a wide range of nonlinear dynamical systems, particularly oscillators. The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Technology, and will be supervised by Dr Andrew Burbanks and Prof. Andrew Osbaldestin. A classic example is provided by period doubling. We will take this approach, which leads to existence proofs that are constructive, yielding rigorous bounds on the objects concerned, that may then be used in further analysis. In this scenario, a system undergoes cyclic behaviour that repeats over ever-longer time intervals leading eventually to chaos.