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CHAOTIC ATTRACTORS OF AN INFINITE-DIMENSIONAL DYNAMICAL SYSTEM
We study the chaotic attractors of a delay differential equation. The dimension of several attractors computed directly from the definition agrees to experimental resolution ~vith the dimensionExpand
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Resonant flow of a stratified fluid over topography
The flow of a stratified fluid over topography is considered in the long-wavelength weakly nonlinear limit for the case when the flow is near resonance; that is, the basic flow speed is close to aExpand
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Numerical Integration of the Barotropic Vorticity Equation
A method is given for the numerical solution of the barotropic vortiLity equation over a limited area of the earth's surface. T h e lack of a natural boundary calls for an investigation of theExpand
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TOPOLOGY OF THREE DIMENSIONAL SEPARATED FLOWS!
Three-dimensional separated flow represents a domain of fluid mechanics of great practical interest that is, as yet, beyond the reach of definitive theoretical analysis or numerical computation. AtExpand
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Estimating the Fractal Dimension of Chaotic Time Series
Fractals arise from a variety of sources: they have been observed in nature and on computer screens. An intriguing characteristic offractals is that they can be described by noninteger dimensions.Expand
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Earthquake prediction : a critical review
S U M M A R Y Earthquake prediction research has been conducted for over 100 years with no obvious successes. Claims of breakthroughs have failed to withstand scrutiny. Extensive searches have failedExpand
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Two-layer geostrophic vortex dynamics . Part 1 . Upper-layer V-states and merger
We generalize the methods of two-dimensional contour dynamics to study a twolayer rotating fluid that obeys the quasi-geostrophic equations. We consider here only the case of aExpand
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Problem Formulation forMultidisciplinary
This paper is concerned with the optimization of systems of coupled simulations. In computational engineering, this frequently is called multidisciplinary (design) optimization , or MDO. We presentExpand
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The Linear Response of ENSO to the Madden – Julian Oscillation
The possibility that the tropical Pacific coupled system linearly amplifies perturbations produced by the Madden–Julian oscillation (MJO) is explored. This requires an estimate of the low-frequencyExpand
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Mutual synchronization of spin torque nano-oscillators through a non-local and tunable electrical coupling
The concept of spin torque driven high frequency magnetization dynamics has opened up the field of spintronics to non-linear physics, potentially in complex networks of dynamical systems. In theExpand
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