# Flip Bifurcation of difference equations and Neimark Bifurcation [closed]

Hi, could please, anyone, help me with how I plot bifurcation 2-D DIFFERENCE EQUATION. One-dimensional case answered here, but I do not know how does it work with two dimensions

Bifurcation diagram of a difference equation

• Would it be six dimensional, {a, b, c, d} vs. the orbit of {x[n], y[n]}? – Michael E2 Nov 16 at 4:35
• {a, b, c, d} are parameters arbitrary chosen, for example here when a=2 we have flip bifurcation . here we have two dimension {x[n], y[n]} – user74531 Nov 16 at 4:41
• In the Q&A you linked, the (stable/limit) orbit of x[n] is plotted against the parameter r, resulting in a 2D plot. You have two dependent variables to plot against four parameters, by analogy. If that's not what you want to do, please edit the question to clarify. If it is, then your data is six-dimensional, which is a real challenge to plot. If you want to plot {x, y} for fixed values of {a, b, c, d}, then say so; but I don't think that will show bifurcation. – Michael E2 Nov 16 at 4:59
• In which intervals should a,b,c,d be? – Daniel Huber Nov 16 at 9:39
• Or if you want a one-parameter bifurcation diagram, which parameter and what are the fixed values of the others? Do you have a reference for this model showing the bifurcation? – Chris K Nov 16 at 14:36