Chaos From Theory to Applications / by A.A. Tsonis.
Based on chaos theory two very important points are clear: (I) random looking aperiodic behavior may be the product of determinism, and (2) nonlinear problems should be treated as nonlinear problems and not as simplified linear problems. The theoretical aspects ofchaos have been presented in great...
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|Edition:||1st ed. 1992.|
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- I: Notes
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Mathematical Notes
- 3 Physics Notes
- 4 On Fractals
- II: Theory
- 5 Attractors
- 6 Bifurcations and Routes to Chaos
- 7 Chaos Elsewhere
- III: Applications
- 8 Reconstruction of Dynamics from Observables
- 9 Evidence of Chaos in “Controlled” and “Uncontrolled” Experiments
- 10 Nonlinear Time Series Forecasting
- 11 Other Developments and Trends in the Application of Chaos