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Demonstrations 141 - 160 of 199
Controlling Chaos on the Logistic Map
Reflective Properties of Conic Sections
Phase Space of an Intermittently Driven Oscillator
Iterating Rational Functions
Bifurcation Diagrams with Flow Fields
2D and 3D Packard-Takens Autocorrelation Plots of Sinusoidal Functions
Ikeda Delay Differential Equation
Recurrence Table Attractors
Orbit Diagram of Two Coupled Logistic Maps with Delay
Simple Chaotic Motion of Quantum Particles According to the Causal Interpretation of Quantum Theory
Choreographic Motions of N Bodies
Iterated Maps Using Complex, Dual, and Split-Complex Numbers
A Triangle Model of Criminality
Orbit Diagram of Two Coupled Logistic Maps
Orbit Diagram of the Hénon Map
Hopf Bifurcation in the Brusselator
Chaos While Sledding on a Bumpy Slope
Chaotic Dynamics of a Modulated Semiconductor Laser
Chaotic Oscillation Circuit
Self-Avoiding Random Walks in 3D
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