A Universal Transition from Quasi-periodicity to Chaos


A common route to chaos in dissipative systems proceeds from periodic to quasi-periodic flow (with two independent frequencies). Then, in the absence of rotational symmetry, the system generally mode locks before becoming turbulent. Beyond these qualitative features, the numerous experiments that have examined this regime differ in detail. Dynamical system… (More)


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