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Motions of Julia sets and dynamical stability in several complex variables

Abstract : In this thesis we study holomorphic dynamical systems depending on parameters. Our main goal is to contribute to the establishment of a theory of stability and bifurcation in several complex variables, generalizing the one for rational maps based on the seminal works of Mané, Sad, Sullivan and Lyubich. For a family of polynomial like maps, we prove the equivalence of several notions of stability, among the others an asymptotic version of the holomorphic motion of the repelling cycles and of a full-measure subset of the Julia set. This can be seen as a measurable several variables generalization of the celebrated lambda-lemma and allows us to give a coherent definition of stability in this setting. Once holomorphic bifurcations are understood, we turn our attention to the Hausdorff continuity of Julia sets. We relate this property to the existence of Siegel discs in the Julia set, and give an example of such phenomenon. Finally, we approach the continuity from the point of view of parabolic implosion and we prove a two-dimensional Lavaurs Theorem, which allows us to study discontinuities for perturbations of maps tangent to the identity.
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Fabrizio Bianchi. Motions of Julia sets and dynamical stability in several complex variables. Dynamical Systems [math.DS]. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III; Università degli studi (Pise, Italie), 2016. English. ⟨NNT : 2016TOU30099⟩. ⟨tel-01488410⟩

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