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Chaotic Modelling and Simulation: Analysis of Chaotic Models, Attractors and Forms
Introduction Chaos in Differential Equations Systems Chaos in Difference Equation Systems More Complex Structures Chaos and the Universe Odds and Ends and Milestones Models and Modeling IntroductionExpand
Topics on chaotic systems : selected papers from CHAOS 2008 International Conference, Chania, Crete, Greece, 3-6 June 2008
Chaos and Dynamical Systems Nonlinear Systems Fractals Chaotic Attractors Mechanics Hydrofluid Dynamics Chaotic Advection Chaos in Meteorology and Cosmology Bifurcation Hamiltonian and Quantum ChaosExpand
Comparing the Gompertz-Type Models with a First Passage Time Density Model
In this chapter we derive and analyse Gompertz-type probability density functions and compare these functions to a first passage time density function. The resulting Gompertz-type pdfs are mirrorExpand
Handbook of Applications of Chaos Theory
ion in CS&E includes the use of scientific inquiry, modeling, and experimentation to test the validity of hypotheses about computational phenomena. Computer professionals in all ten areas of theExpand
Development, Simulation, and Application of First-Exit-Time Densities to Life Table Data
In this article, we use the first-passage-time theory for a stochastic process to formulate a dynamic model expressing the human life table data. The model is derived analytically by using theExpand
Chaos theory : modeling, simulation and applications : selected papers from the 3rd Chaotic Modeling and Simulation Conference (CHAOS2010), Chania, Crete, Greece, 1-4 June 2010
This volume includes the best papers presented in the 3rd International Conference on CHAOS and relates to many fields of chaos including Dynamical and Nonlinear Systems, Attractors and Fractals. Expand
A Modeling Approach to Life Table Data Sets
A modeling approach to Life Table Data sets is proposed. The method is based on a stochastic methodology and the derived first exit time probability density function. The Health State Function of aExpand
Exploring the State of a Stochastic System via Stochastic Simulations: An Interesting Inversion Problem and the Health State Function
Weexplore a method for finding the State H(t) of a Stochastic System when the first exit time or hitting time probability density function g(t) is given. The task is to find an analytic form for theExpand