Chaotic and fractal dynamics: introduction for applied by Francis C. Moon

By Francis C. Moon

A revision of a pro textual content at the phenomena of chaotic vibrations in fluids and solids. significant alterations mirror the newest advancements during this fast-moving subject, the advent of difficulties to each bankruptcy, extra arithmetic and purposes, extra assurance of fractals, a variety of computing device and actual experiments. includes 8 pages of 4-color images.

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