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Khinchin, A. Mathematical Foundations of Information Theory. New York: Dover, Lasota, A. Ott, E. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. Rothstein, J. Schnakenberg, J. Solitons and Surface Diffusion Integrable Magnetic Models Nonlinear Effects in Low-Dimensional Magnets. Burger, Maria Halogen-Based Oscillators in a Flow Reactor 9. Periodically Perturbed Chemical Systems The Structure and Variety of Chemical Waves Propagating Reaction-Diffusion Fronts Gas Evolution Oscillators Diffusion und Drift 8. Ambipolare Diffusion, Diffusionsmoden 9. Messung von Beweglichkeit und Diffusionskoeffizient in Schwarmexperiemten Driftmessungen mit positiv geladenen Ionen Driftmessungen an negativ geladenen Ionen Rekombination Ionisierungsprozesse im Gasraum Ionisierungskoeffizienten Literaturverzeichnis Ostrowsky, Nicole Part One: From Oder Arnold, V.

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Primes 4. The Prime Distribution 5. Fractions: Continued, Egyptian and Farey 6. Linear Congruences 7. Diophantine Equations 8. The Theorems of Fermat, Wilson and Euler 9. The Divisor Functions The Prime Divisor Functions Certified Signatures Primitive Roots Knapsack Encryption Quadratic Residues Fast Transformations and Kronecker Products Quadratic Congruences Pseudoprimes, Poker and Remote Coin Tossing Generating Functions and Partitions Cyclotomic Polynomials Linear Systems and Polynomials Polynomial Theory Galois Fields Spectral Properties of Galois Sequences Random Number Generators Waveforms and Radiation Patterns Number Theory, Randomness and "Art" Neurosciences and Related Problems II.

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Principles of Continuation 5. Calculation of the Branching Behaviour of Nonlinear Equations 6. Stability of Periodic Solutions 8. Qualitative Instruments 9. Murray, J. Introduction: The Rhythms of Life Chapter 2. Noise and Chaos Chapter 4. Mathematical Models for Biological Oscillators Chapter 5. Initiation and Termination of Biological Rhythms Chapter 6. Periodic Simulation of Biological Oscillators Chapter 8.

Spatial Oscillations Chapter 9. Dynamical Diseases. Theories as a necessary supplement to experimental observations 2. Some basic features of control and development 3. Self-enhancement autocatalysis and long range inhibition - a general mechanism for pattern formation 4. Polar, symmetric and periodic patterns - basic properties of an activator-inhibitor system 5.

Polarity, size regulation and alternative molecular realization 6. Almost a summary: hydra as a model organism 7. Spatial sequences of structures under the control of a morphogen gradient 8. A gradient model for early insect development 9. Pattern formation in subfields: formation of new organizing regions by cooperation of compartments Boundaries between differently determined cells control pattern formation in the limb of vertebrates The activation and maintenance of determined states Pattern formation by lateral activation of locally exclusive states Generation of sequences of structures by mutual induction of locally exclusive states Digits, segments, somites: the superposition of periodic and sequential structures Formation of net-like structures Summary and conclusion: how to achieve the spatial organization of a developing embryo Computer programs for simulation of pattern formation and interpretation.

Chapter I. Stability or instability of a fixed point of a map in a Banach space Chapter II. Subharmonic bifurcations of fixed points in R2-strong resonance Chapter V. Invariant manifolds and applications Chapter VI. Bifurcation of an invariant circle into an invariant 2-torus for a one parameter family of maps. Basic Concepts of Dynamics 2. Forced Vibrations: Limit cycles in 3D from Rayleigh to duffing 5. Shaw, Christopher D. Chaotic Limit sets Ch. Attributes of Chaos. Global Phase Portraits Ch. Generic Properties Ch. Homoclinic and Heteroclinic Motions Chapter 4.

Huseyin, Koncay Chaotic Evolution and Strange Attacors The statistical analysis of time series for deterministic nonlinear systems Ruelle, David Preface Part 1. Differentiable Dynamical Systems Part 2. Bifurcations Part 3. Appendices References. Deterministische dynamische Systeme 2. Systeme mit einem Freiheitsgrad 3. Systeme mit zwei Freiheitsgraden 4. Systeme mit mehr als zwei Freiheitsgraden 5. Chaotische Attraktoren 6. Bifurkationstheorie 7.

Katasthrophentheorie 8. Reaktions-Diffusions-Systeme 9. Stochastische dynamische Systeme Stochastische Differentialgleichungen Geburts- und Todesprozesse Zeitdiskrete Systeme mit Rauschen Stochastische partielle Differentialgleichungen. Gollub, Jerry P. Introduction Some helpful tools Visualization of the pendulum's dynamics Towards an understanding of chaos The characterization of chaotic attractors Concluding remarks.

Preface and General Introduction Chapter 1. Modeling Considerations Chapter 2. Formulation of Mathematical Problems Chapter 4. The Scalar Case Chapter 5. Systems: Comparison Techniques Chapter 6. Systems: Linear Stability Techniques Chapter 7. Systems: Bifurcation Techniques Chapter 8. Reference to Other Topics. Production and Decay of Charged Particles 5. Electric Probes 7. Stable Glow Discharge 9. Glow Discharge Instabilities and Their Consequences Arc Discharge Spark and Corona Discharges Capacitively Coupled Radio-Frequency Discharge I Models of Neural Networks 1.

The Structure of the Central Nervous System 2. Neural Networks Introduced 3. Associative Memory 4. Stochastic Neurons 5. Cybernetic Networks 6. Multilayered Perceptrons 7. Applications 8. Network Architecture and Generalization 9. Associative Memory: Advanced Learning Strategies Combinatorial Optimization Symmetrical Networks with Hidden Neurons Coupled Neural Networks Statistical Physics and Spin Glasses Numerical Demonstrations Solution of the Traveling-Salesman Problem Perspectives of nonlinear dynamics Volume 1 Jackson, Atlee, E.

Perspectives of nonlinear dynamics Volume 2 Jackson, Atlee, E. Models based on third order differential systems 8. Solitaires: solitons and nonsolitons Coupled maps CM and cellular automata CA.

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Stoop, Ruedi Solitons in Physics Physica Scripta Vol. Behaviour of slow Langmuir solitons 3. Modulational instability of deep-water waves 4. Density wave in galaxies. Chaos und Herzdynamik Rekonstruktion und Charakterisierung seltsamer Attraktoren aus skalaren chaotischen Zeitreihen Liebert, Wolfgang Sherrington, D.

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Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! In recent years there has been an explosive growth in the study of physical, biological, and economic systems that can be profitably studied using densities. Because of the general inaccessibility of the mathematical literature to the nonspecialist, little diffusion of the applicable mathematics into the study of these "chaotic" systems has taken place.

This book will help bridge that gap. To show how densities arise in simple deterministic systems, the authors give a unified treatment of a variety of mathematical systems generating densities, ranging from one-dimensional discrete time transformations through continuous time systems described by integro-partial-differential equations.

Examples have been drawn from many fields to illustrate the utility of the concepts and techniques presented, and the ideas in this book should thus prove useful in the study of a number of applied sciences. The authors assume that the reader has a knowledge of advanced calculus and differential equations.

Basic concepts from measure theory, ergodic theory, the geometry of manifolds, partial differential equations, probability theory and Markov processes, and stochastic integrals and differential equations are introduced as needed. Physicists, chemists, and biomathematicians studying chaotic behavior will find this book of value.