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  1. Complex and Adaptive Dynamical Systems: A Primer (Springer: Complexity) by Claudius Gros, 2010-09-27
  2. Chaos in Dynamical Systems by Edward Ott, 2002-09-09
  3. Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, and an Introduction to Chaos, Second Edition (Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Robert Devaney, Morris W. Hirsch, 2003-11-05
  4. Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Control: A Lyapunov-Based Approach by Wassim M. Haddad, VijaySekhar Chellaboina, 2008-01-28
  5. Dynamical Systems and Semisimple Groups: An Introduction (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics) by Renato Feres, 2010-04-01
  6. Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting (Computational Neuroscience) by Eugene M. Izhikevich, 2010-03-31
  7. Monotone Dynamical Systems: An Introduction to the Theory of Competitive and Cooperative Systems by Hal L. Smith, 2008-03-26
  8. Introduction to Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems and the N-Body Problem (Applied Mathematical Sciences) by Kenneth Meyer, Glen Hall, et all 2008-12-12
  9. Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems by Lawrence Perko, 2006-04-01
  10. Introduction to Dynamical Systems by Michael Brin, Garrett Stuck, 2002-10-14
  11. A First Course In Chaotic Dynamical Systems: Theory And Experiment (Studies in Nonlinearity) by Robert L. Devaney, 1992-10-21
  12. The Dynamical System Generated by the 3n+1 Function (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Günther J. Wirsching, 1998-03-20
  13. Introduction to the Modern Theory of Dynamical Systems (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) by Anatole Katok, Boris Hasselblatt, 1996-12-28
  14. Lectures on Fractal Geometry and Dynamical Systems (Student Mathematical Library) by Yakov Pesin and Vaughn Climenhaga, 2009-10-21

1. Dynamical Systems - Scholarpedia
Feb 3, 2010 Dynamical systems are deterministic if there is a unique consequent to every state, or stochastic or random if there is a probability
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James Meiss (2007), Scholarpedia, 2(2):1629. doi:10.4249/scholarpedia.1629 revision #73380 [ link to/cite this article Hosting and maintenance of this article is sponsored by Brain Corporation Curator: Prof. James Meiss, Applied Mathematics University of Colorado A dynamical system is a rule for time evolution on a state space
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    A dynamical system consists of an abstract phase space or state space, whose coordinates describe the state at any instant, and a dynamical rule that specifies the immediate future of all state variables, given only the present values of those same state variables. For example the state of a pendulum is its angle and angular velocity, and the evolution rule is Newton's equation Mathematically, a dynamical system is described by an initial value problem . The implication is that there is a notion of time and that a state at one time evolves to a state or possibly a collection of states at a later time. Thus states can be ordered by time, and time can be thought of as a single quantity. Dynamical systems are deterministic if there is a unique consequent to every state, or

2. Encyclopedia Of Dynamical Systems - Scholarpedia
A free peer reviewed encyclopedia of dynamical systems written by scholars from around the world.
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This article has not been published yet; It may be unfinished, contain inaccuracies or unapproved changes. Dr. Eugene M. Izhikevich, Editor-in-Chief of Scholarpedia, the peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia Figure 1: The Rössler attractor in the 3-d space. Among participants of this encyclopedia are D. Anosov ( Anosov Diffeomorphism ), L. Bunimovich ( Dynamical Billiards ), B. Chirikov Chirikov standard map ), N. Fenichel ( Normal Hyperbolicity ), R. FitzHugh ( FitzHugh-Nagumo Model J. Guckenheimer (5 articles on codim-2 local bifurcations ), H. Haken ( Self-Organization and Synergetics ), P. Holmes ( History of Dynamical Systems Stability , with Shea-Brown), K. Ito ( Ito Calculus ), A. Katok ( Ergodic Theory and Invariant Measure ), Y. Kuramoto ( Kuramoto Model Yu.A. Kuznetsov (7 articles on local bifurcations), B. Mandelbrot ( Fractals and Mandelbrot Set ), J. Milnor ( Attractor ), D. Ornstein ( Ornstein Theory ), E. Ott ( Attractor Dimension Crises Controlling Chaos Basin of Attraction ), M.M. Peixoto ( Structural Stability ), O. Rossler (

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  • DS Dynamical Systems (Front for the Mathematics ArXiv) - Univ. of California, Davis
    Dynamical Systems preprints, from the U.C. Davis front end for the e-Print archive, a major site for mathematics preprints that has incorporated many formerly independent specialist archives. Search by keyword or browse by topic. more>>
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    Links to sites on nonlinear dynamics, chaos and turbulence studies, complex systems and visualization, continued fractions and chaos, dynamical systems and technology, dynamics and stability of systems, with indications of level and type of resource offered. more>> All Sites - 121 items found, showing 1 to 50
  • 4. Category:Dynamical Systems - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Dynamical systems deals with the study of the solutions to the equations of motion of systems that are primarily mechanical in nature; although this
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Systems science portal Dynamical systems deals with the study of the solutions to the equations of motion of systems that are primarily mechanical in nature; although this includes both planetary orbits as well as the behaviour of electronic circuits and the solutions to partial differential equations that arise in biology . Much of modern research is focused on the study of chaotic systems The main article for this category is Dynamical systems Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Dynamical systems
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    5. Universality (dynamical Systems) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (March 2010) In statistical mechanics universality is the observation that there are properties for a large class of systems that are independent of the dynamical details of the system. Systems display universality in a scaling limit, when a large number of interacting parts come together. The modern meaning of the term was introduced by Leo Kadanoff in the 1960s, but a simpler version of the concept was already implicit in the van der Waals equation and in the earlier Landau theory of phase transitions, which did not incorporate scaling correctly. The term is slowly gaining a broader usage in several fields of mathematics, including combinatorics and probability theory , whenever the quantitative features of a structure (such as asymptotic behaviour) can be deduced from a few global parameters appearing in the definition, without requiring knowledge of the details of the system. The renormalization group explains universality. It classifies operators in a statistical field theory into relevant and irrelevant. Relevant operators are those perturbations to the free energy, the imaginary time Lagrangian, that will affect the continuum limit, and can be seen at long distances. Irrelevant operators are those that only change the short-distance details. The collection of scale-invariant statistical theories define the

    6. Category:Dynamical Systems - Scholarpedia
    Dynamical systems, in the form of ordinary differential equations of
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    This page is not peer reviewed. Contributors to this page are not anonymous. Only curators can edit it. A Dynamical system in mathematics is a system whose state in any moment of time is a function of its state in the previous moment of time and the input. Dynamical systems, in the form of ordinary differential equations of discrete mappings, describe most physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. Dynamical systems theory studies the solutions of such equations and mappings and their dependence on the initial conditions and the parameters. See Dynamical Systems
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    9. Dynamical_systems Encyclopedia Topics |
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    10. Dynamical Systems Theory - Reference
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    11. Dynamical Systems (1 Meg PDF) - Harvard
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    14. Dynamical Systems And Artificial Life | Cornell Computational Synthesis Laborato
    Distilling FreeForm Natural Laws from Experimental Data Reverse Engineering Dynamical Systems Symbolic regression of complex systems

    15. Cornell Math - Thesis Abstracts (Differential Equations/Dynamical Systems)
    The intersection 0 R is the chain recurrent set, R. This set is of
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    Suzanne Lynch Hruska , August 2002 Advisor: John Smillie On the Numerical Construction of Hyperbolic Structures for Complex Dynamical Systems Abstract: Our main interest is using a computer to rigorously study -pseudo orbits for polynomial diffeomorphisms of C . Periodic -pseudo orbits form the R R is the chain recurrent set, R . This set is of fundamental importance in dynamical systems. Due to the theoretical and practical difficulties involved in the study of C , computers will presumably play a role in such efforts. Our aim is to use computers not only for inspiration, but to perform rigorous mathematical proofs. In this dissertation, we develop a computer program, called Hypatia , which locates R , sorts points into components according to their -dynamics, and investigates the property of hyperbolicity on R . The output is either "yes", in which case the computation

    16. Infinite Dimensional Dynamical Systems And The Navier-Stokes Equation
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    17. Technische Universiteit Eindhoven: Dynamical Systems
    Global analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems, which occur in electrical engineering such as electrical networks (power engineering, electrical machines)
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    19. CS Graduate Program: Robots, Brains And Complex Dynamical Systems
    Brains, stock markets, speech, dance, mobile robots driving on unknown grounds, video data streams and uncountable other dynamical systems can hardly be
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    Blackbox modeling of complex dynamical systems
    Brains, stock markets, speech, dance, mobile robots driving on unknown grounds, video data streams and uncountable other dynamical systems can hardly be modelled analytically. But models are needed nonetheless to predict, filter, control, or just simulate such systems. In this situation, one can resort to blackbox models. Blackbox models are very flexible, general-purpose mathematical structures that can mimic the input-output dynamics of a large variety of target system. Standard examples are digital filters, neural networks, or hidden Markov models. Shaping a model such that it mimics a given empirical data set is variously known as learning (in Artificial Intelligence), system identification (in signal processing and control engineering), or model estimation (in statistics). Learning algorithms typically involve the estimation of hundreds to millions of parameters. Blackbox modeling research at IUB focuses on dynamical system modelling (as opposed to static pattern modeling) and on nonlinear and non-additive noise stochastic systems:
    • Fast learning algorithms for recurrent neural networks (RNNs) Mathematical analysis of dynamics in RNNs

    20. Wapedia - Wiki: Dynamical System
    For simple dynamical systems, knowing the trajectory is often sufficient, but most dynamical systems are too complicated to be understood in terms of
    Wiki: Dynamical system This article is about the general aspects of dynamical systems. For technical details, see Dynamical system (definition) . For the study, see Dynamical systems theory "Dynamical" redirects here. For other uses, see Dynamics (disambiguation) A dynamical system is a concept in mathematics where a fixed rule describes the time dependence of a point in a geometrical space . Examples include the mathematical models that describe the swinging of a clock pendulum, the flow of water in a pipe, and the number of fish each spring in a lake.
    The Lorenz attractor is an example of a non-linear dynamical system. Studying this system helped give rise to Chaos theory At any given time a dynamical system has a state given by a set of real numbers (a vector ) which can be represented by a point in an appropriate state space (a geometrical manifold ). Small changes in the state of the system correspond to small changes in the numbers. The evolution rule of the dynamical system is a fixed rule that describes what future states follow from the current state. The rule is deterministic ; in other words, for a given time interval only one future state follows from the current state.

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