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Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 224
Sprott's Jerk Equations
Turing Pattern in a Reaction-Diffusion System
Self-Avoiding Random Walks
3D Poincaré Plot of the Logistic Map
Chaotic Quantum Motion of Two Particles in a 3D Harmonic Oscillator Potential
Power Spectrum of the Logistic Map
Iterations of Kaneko Map
Iterations of Strick Map
Binary Coding Functions for Generalized Logistic Maps with z-Unimodality
Reactor Showing Two Attractive Stable Points
Asymptotic Stability of Dynamical System by Lyapunov's Direct Method
Motion of Quadruple Pendulum
Lyapunov Exponents for the Logistic Map
Forced Nonlinear Oscillator
Bouncing Ball in a Closed Room
Step-by-Step Julia Sets
Maxwell-Bloch Equations for a Laser
The Zaslavskii Map
Polygonal Virtual Grids for CA Computing: Pentagonal, Hexagonal, and Octagonal Samplers
Chatter Stability with Orthogonal Rotation
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