Applied Chaos Theory: A Paradigm for Complexity by Ali Bulent Cambel

By Ali Bulent Cambel

This ebook differs from others on Chaos concept in that it specializes in its functions for figuring out complicated phenomena. The emphasis is at the interpretation of the equations instead of at the info of the mathematical derivations. The presentation is interdisciplinary in its method of real-life difficulties: it integrates nonlinear dynamics, nonequilibrium thermodynamics, info idea, and fractal geometry. An attempt has been made to provide the cloth ina reader-friendly demeanour, and examples are selected from genuine existence occasions. fresh findings at the diagnostics and regulate of chaos are offered, and proposals are made for developing an easy laboratory. integrated is an inventory of subject matters for extra dialogue which could serve not just for private perform or homework, but additionally as issues for theses, dissertations, and learn proposals.

  • Includes laboratory experiments comprises functions and case experiences regarding cellphone differentiation, EKGs, and immunology
  • Presents interdisciplinary functions of chaos idea to complicated systems
  • Emphasizes the that means of mathematical equations instead of their derivations
  • Features reader pleasant presentation with many illustrations and interpretations
  • Deals with actual existence, dissipative systemsIntegrates mathematical thought in the course of the text

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