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Dynamics of Two Cylinders with Three Springs
Cayley Graphs for Weyl Groups
Three Pendulums Connected by Two Springs
Surfaces of Revolution with Constant Gaussian Curvature
Typical Bifurcations of Wavefronts in 2D and 3D
Typical Wavefronts in 2D and 3D
Flying to the Moon
The Banach-Tarski Paradox
Paradoxical Triangular Braid
Synchronization of Chaotic Attractors
Wind Tower Structure Represented by Generalized Single Degree of Freedom
Rocking Roly Poly Toy
Balancing a Double Inverted Pendulum in 2D or 3D
Free Response in a Second-Order System
Spatio-Temporal Epidemic Spread
Bifurcation Analysis of a Cubic Memristor Model
Great Circles on Mercator's Chart
Population Sizes and Interactions during the Zombie Apocalypse
Location of the Zeros of a Polynomial with Positive Ordered Coefficients
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