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chaos theory

n.
Any of various general mathematical theories of chaotic dynamical systems, such as the complex or nonlinear systems found in weather patterns, ecosystems, economic markets, and biological systems.

chaos theory

n
(Mathematics) a theory, applied in various branches of science, that apparently random phenomena have underlying order
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chaos theory

nteoria del caos
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In Cao method, at the same time, we use another parameter to distinguish the new good and random signal of the deterministic chaos.
Section I discusses nonlinear dynamics, including the intermittency route to chaos, evolutionary and deterministic chaos, and phase synchronization as well as example systems.
A Determinism Test must be performed to assure that the studied attractor is indeed organized by a deterministic system, which enables us to distinguish between deterministic chaos and irregular random behaviors resembling chaos.
If deterministic chaos is accepted as granted, the concept of free will can be equated with the "illusion of intent" imputed upon humans as it is often imputed upon other complex systems such as evolution.
Ever since Lorenz s early 1960s discovery of deterministic chaos, the connection between mathematics and atmospheric science has been growing closer and closer.
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In this context, one of the scientific discoveries to have gone beyond academic borders and reached the general public is the discovery of deterministic chaos.
The consistency of a number of financial time series with deterministic chaos is reported in studies by Lichtenberg and Ujihara (1988), Blank (1991), DeCoster, Labys, and Mitchell (1992), and Yang and Brorsen (1993).
The synthesis of globally recognized theories (Capra, 1968), Newton's classical theory, the Theory of Natural Philosophy (Boskovic, 1763), the Quantum Theory (Ponomarev, 1988), the Theory of Dissipative Structures, the Theory of Deterministic Chaos (Stewart, 1996), personal insights and experimental measurements have resulted in a formula that imitates forest growth and development.
Deterministic chaos and bios show consecutive recurrence at low embedding dimensions.
As a result of those processes deterministic chaos is appearing in the system--seemingly accidental, deterministic evolution of nonlinear physical system.

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