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Dynamical Systems Theory
Demonstrations 201 - 220 of 240
Arnold's Cat Map
Romeo and Juliet
Three Views of the Logistic Map
Iterates, Cycles, and Bifurcations of the Logistic Map
Templator Model of Chemical Self-Replication
Pen Falling Off a Finger
Cellular Automaton Classification according to Attractor Type
Bifurcation Diagram for a Simple Nonlinear Optical Fiber Ring Resonator
Integer Torus Maps Applied to Letterforms
Particle Moving around Two Extreme Black Holes
Chaos and Order in the Damped Forced Pendulum in a Plane
Integer Torus Maps
Comparing Simple Crank/Slider and Scotch Yoke Mechanisms
State Transition Graphs for Integer Torus Maps
Garden of Eden States
Bifurcations of the Logistic Map
Trajectory of a Point in an Iterated Torus Map
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