Classifying and quantifying basins of attraction.

@article{Sprott2015ClassifyingAQ,
  title={Classifying and quantifying basins of attraction.},
  author={Julien Clinton Sprott and Anda Xiong},
  journal={Chaos},
  year={2015},
  volume={25 8},
  pages={
          083101
        }
}
A scheme is proposed to classify the basins for attractors of dynamical systems in arbitrary dimensions. There are four basic classes depending on their size and extent, and each class can be further quantified to facilitate comparisons. The calculation uses a Monte Carlo method and is applied to numerous common dissipative chaotic maps and flows in various dimensions. 

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