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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Then, chaotic attractors generated by the five order full interconnection CNN system are shown in Figure 3.
Thus chaotic attractors act as a kind of pump bringing microscopic fluctuations up to a macroscopic expression.
The undergraduate textbook describes the analysis of nonlinear differential equations by means of phase portraits, periodic orbits, chaotic attractors, periodic points of one-dimensional maps, and invariant sets for higher dimensional maps.
Our aim is to build complete bifurcation diagrams and to find unknown rare regular and chaotic attractors using complete bifurcation analysis for some important parameters of the model: the amplitudes and the frequency of excitation.
The influence of Noise on the Correlation Dimension of Chaotic attractors, Chaos, solitons and fractals: 9(3), pp.
In Section 3, we discuss chaos synchronization of two identical Duffing chaotic attractors.
Once formed, dissipative structures and chaotic attractors remain unchanged, in contrast to creative processes that continually evolve.
among them were attractors with strangely tangled shapes, called "strange" or chaotic attractors, representing turbulent behavior in nature, and the incredibly complex, chaotic boundaries separating "basins of attraction" (a simple attractor's sphere of influence .
Chaotic attractors create coherent yet unpredictable patterns that can both regularize over-discrepant input and absorb novelty, providing for novel response by amplifying initial uncertainties (Crutchfield et al.