This volume sets out the basic applied mathematical and numerical methods of chaotic dynamics and illustrates the wide range of phenomena, inside and outside the laboratory, that can be treated as chaotic processes.
Originally published in 1986.
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"The book is a collection of fifteen review articles on topological dynamics, mostly dealing with descriptive models arising in physiology or physics. In general, the work is remarkably well-conceived, and beautifully illustrated."--Mathematical Reviews
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