He then surveys the key concepts and results to emerge from dynamical systems: Chaos and the butterfly effect, deterministic randomness, bifurcations, universality, phase space, and strange attractors
. Throughout, Feldman examines possible scientific implications of these phenomena for the study of complex systems.
Using current terminology (Arnold, 2009; Arrowsmith & Place, 1982; Bezruchko, Koronovskiy, Trubetskov, & Khramov, 2010; Danilov, 2010; Haken, 1978, 2004; Malinetsky, 2009; Sekovanov, 2013; Trubetskov, 2010), we shall call attractive fixed points and periodic points as attractors, and local complicated sets - as strange attractors
The sculpture pays tribute to their collaboration on Petronio's Strange Attractors
, which premiered in 2000.
Well-represented in a variety of genres, Zare's works with horn include Strange Attractors
for horn and vibraphone, Spectra for horn and cello, Pulmonary Suite for woodwind quintet, Solar Fanfare for brass and percussion, Spectral Fanfare for brass and percussion and several other wind ensemble and full orchestra compositions.
Takens, "Detecting strange attractors
in turbulence," Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol.
The force which enables this to happen is called a strange attractor
. Strange attractors
characterise the notion of order within chaos, as they 'pull' the agents in a particular direction, to lead the system away from chaos to a new emergent state of being.
His publications cover a range of topics including: Chaos Theory and Strategic Management, Attractors; Strange Attractors
and Fractals; Corporate Social Responsibility, and various articles on social and political issues about Nigeria.
Yorke, "The Liapunov dimension of strange attractors
," Journal of Differential Equations, vol.
In addition, based on MultiSIM results and experimental simulations, if the source voltage is included in [2.7 V, 3 V] then system (12) generates strange attractors
. To avoid making this paper more cumbersome, details on experiments and experimental results will be soon presented in future works, confirming the MultiSIM results.
Mei, "An infinite 2-D lattice of strange attractors
," Nonlinear Dynamics, vol.
While varied, these outcomes are steered by underlying patterns known as fractals, or "strange attractors
." An example of fractals is the patterns that govern the creation of snowflakes.