2. Dscrete Dynamical Systems: Maps.
3. Continuous Dynamical Systems: Flows.
4. Topological Invariants.
5. Branched Manifolds.
6. Topological Analysis Program.
7. Folding Mechanisms: A2.
8. Tearing Mechanisms: A3.
11. Flows in Higher Dimensions.
12. Program for Dynamical Systems Theory.
Appendix A: Determining Templates from Topological Invariants.
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