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Lorenz attractor power spectrum

If considered Lorenz attractor (with classical parameters $\sigma = 10, b = \frac{8}{3},r>25$), it is often noted, that while the spectral density (Fourier transformation of corresponding ...
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Is polynomial chaos expansion interesting to surrogate surface?

I'm currently studying polynomial chaos. I want to use it for approximate surfaces but i'm not sure it's possible ? My surface is recursively defined like this : $$ F(x,t) = \underset y \sum ...
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Fractional Derivatives [closed]

How far these Theories of "Fractional Derivatives" be rigorized ? I have few books and references on Fractional Differential Equations etc (mainly they stress on Applied Mathematics parts and similar ...
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“is topologically mixing” vs. “is topologically transitive” in the defition of chaos

This question is cross-posted from MSE, since it hasn't gotten an answer there for over 72 hours. Wikipedia gives essentially "is topologically mixing and has dense periodic periodic orbits" as the ...
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What is the probability of an arbitrary nonlinear dynamical system to be chaotic?

Particularly, how to characterize a set of chaotic nonlinear dynamical systems as a subset of nonlinear dynamical systems with respect to the set cardinality? To explain the question more, a simple ...
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Non-chaotic bouncing-ball curves

I was surprised to learn from two Mathematica Demos by Enrique Zeleny that an elastic ball bouncing in a V or in a sinusoidal channel exhibits choatic behavior:     (The Poincaré map ...
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cat map re-transformation

Hi, Is there any way of moving from one cat map transformation to the other without resetting parameters? For example, suppose you have two matrices '$A$'and '$B$' each permuted with different cat ...
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Is there any expression for the Feigenbaum constants ?

It has puzzled me for a long time that the Feigenbaum constant $\delta$ and reduction parameter $\alpha$ do not seem to be related to other constants (that is, numerically), even not to each other. In ...
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Lyapunov Exponent and degree of chaos

I am aware that having positive Lyapunov exponents in a system signifies that a system is chaotic. However, I would like to know if there is a means to know the degree of chaos in the system from the ...
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Recommended book for introduction to Chaotic dynamics? (application in probability distributions)

I'm just starting some research and I need a good introductory book in the topic of chaotic dynamics. Does anyone have a suggestion? Thanks.