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Demonstrations 161 - 180 of 200
Self-Avoiding Random Walks in 3D
Self-Avoiding Random Walks
Chaos in the Shift Map
Discrete Logistic Equation
Study of the Dynamic Behavior of the Lorentz System
Study of the Dynamic Behavior of the Rossler System
Chaotic Itinerary but Regular Pattern
An Interval Eventually Bounding Trajectories of the Logistic Map
A Special Parameter Value for the Logistic Map
Orbits of the Tent Function's Iterates
Romeo and Juliet
Three Views of the Logistic Map
Iterates, Cycles, and Bifurcations of the Logistic Map
Pen Falling Off a Finger
Bifurcation Diagram for a Simple Nonlinear Optical Fiber Ring Resonator
Integer Torus Maps Applied to Letterforms
Particle Moving around Two Extreme Black Holes
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