An Introduction to Chaotic Dynamical Systems

@inproceedings{Devaney1986AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Chaotic Dynamical Systems},
  author={Robert L. Devaney},
  year={1986}
}
Part One: One-Dimensional Dynamics Examples of Dynamical Systems Preliminaries from Calculus Elementary Definitions Hyperbolicity An example: the quadratic family An Example: the Quadratic Family Symbolic Dynamics Topological Conjugacy Chaos Structural Stability Sarlovskiis Theorem The Schwarzian Derivative Bifurcation Theory Another View of Period Three Maps of the Circle Morse-Smale Diffeomorphisms Homoclinic Points and Bifurcations The Period-Doubling Route to Chaos The Kneeding Theory… 

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