Chaotic Modelling and Simulation: Analysis of Chaotic Models, Attractors and Forms

  title={Chaotic Modelling and Simulation: Analysis of Chaotic Models, Attractors and Forms},
  author={C. Skiadas},
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 Introduction Model Construction Modeling Techniques Chaotic Analysis and Simulation Deterministic, Stochastic, and Chaotic Models The Logistic Model The Logistic Map The Bifurcation Diagram Other Models with Similar Behavior Models with Different Chaotic Behavior The GRM1 Chaotic Model Further Discussion The… Expand

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