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On the integrability of two-dimensional flows. (English) Zbl 0940.37005
The paper is devoted to the study of integrability problems for vector fields on two dimensional manifolds. The concepts of weak (local) and strong (global) first integrals are discussed. It is proved that every local flow ϕ on a two-dimensional manifold M always possesses a continuous first integral on each component of MΣ, where Σ is the set of all separatrices of ϕ. Moreover, the existence and uniqueness of an analytic inverse integrating factor in a neighborhood of a strong focus, of a nonresonant hyperbolic node and of a Siegel hyperbolic saddle is also proved.

MSC:
37D20Uniformly hyperbolic systems (expanding, Anosov, Axiom A, etc.)
37D05Hyperbolic orbits and sets
37E35Flows on surfaces