chaotic attractor

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Noun1.chaotic attractor - an attractor for which the approach to its final point in phase space is chaotic
attracter, attractor - (physics) a point in the ideal multidimensional phase space that is used to describe a system toward which the system tends to evolve regardless of the starting conditions of the system
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According to the embedding theorem, if m [greater than or equal to] 2d +1, we can reveal the chaotic attractor.
At the mature stage of a hurricane, direct estimation of the leading Lyapunov exponent using an axisymmetric model reveals, nevertheless, the existence of a chaotic attractor in the phase space of the hurricane scales.
The stretching and folding operation of a chaotic attractor systematically removes the initial information and replaces it with new information: the stretch makes small-scale uncertainties larger, the fold brings widely separated trajectories together and erases large-scale information.
5), the chaotic map possesses chaotic attractor [20].
in] when the system is in the chaotic regime leads to a change of shape of the chaotic attractor (see Figure 3.
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cr], which is here the last relevant critical value of the parameter c, the two steady states lose their stability and the system evolves towards the chaotic attractor from all initial states.
The AM patterns graph as a chaotic attractor, that is, they are attracted to a limited and thus identifiable range of behavior that is nevertheless unpredictable within said range (Crutchfield et al.
Choi, 1989, A Comparison Between the Conventional Econometric Approach to Structural Inference and the Nonparametric Chaotic Attractor Approach, in: W.