Difference Equations Versus Differential Equations , a Possible Equivalence for the Rössler system ?

@inproceedings{Letellier2004DifferenceEV,
  title={Difference Equations Versus Differential Equations , a Possible Equivalence for the R{\"o}ssler system ?},
  author={Christophe Letellier and Saber Elaydi and Luis Antonio Aguirre and Aziz Alaoui},
  year={2004}
}
When a set of nonlinear differential equations is investigated, most of time there is no analytical solution and only numerical integration techniques can provide accurate numerical solutions. In a general way the process of numerical integration is the replacement of a set of differential equations with a continuous dependence on the time by a model for which the time variable is discrete. In numerical investigations a fourth-order Runge–Kutta integration scheme is usually sufficient… CONTINUE READING

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