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18) for all values of x0 and t . 19) where x0 acts as a fixed parameter. 19) the analytic expression for z(τ) can be determined as z(τ) = x0 + {z(0) − x0 } exp−τ . This solution decays to z0 = x0 for all conditions x(0), z(0) and t0 . 15) holds for the entire state space! 18). This outer system has two equilibrium solutions: x0∗ = 0 and x0∗ = 1. 20) and all initial conditions in the set x0 ∈ (−∞, 1) tend to this root, while the root x0∗ = 1 is unstable. 17) to possess similar stability properties about the root (x0∗ , z0∗ = x0∗ ).

26). 6. The complete system with ε = 0 has a slightly different manifold, along which the solutions approach the origin when compared to the manifold along which the reduced slow system evolves (see that the manifold ε shown with black solid lines bends away from the manifold 0 shown in grey lines after the transient errors in the fast state settle out). This confirms two key facts. First, the reduced slow system is only an approximation to the dynamics of the complete system. Second, this approximation is only valid for the restricted state domain for which the manifold 0 is defined.

Kn . The singular perturbation parameters are all positive and of different orders. 31) can be approximated by ˙ = f(t , x, z1 , . . , zn , 0); x(t = t0 ) = x(0), x 0 = g j (t , x, z1 , . . , zn , 0); j = 1, . . , n. 2 (see [36]). 31). Assume that the following conditions are satisfied: 1. The vector field f(t , x, z1 , . . , zn , ε) and its derivatives with respect to the state vector x and z j and each g j (t , x, z1 , . . , zn , ε) and its derivatives with respect to t and the components x and z j are continuous on some domain D.