By Bingo Wing-Kuen Ling (auth.), Santo Banerjee, Lamberto Rondoni, Mala Mitra (eds.)
Chaos and nonlinear dynamics at the start built as a brand new emergent box with its beginning in physics and utilized arithmetic. The hugely prevalent, interdisciplinary caliber of the insights won within the previous couple of a long time has spawned myriad functions in just about all branches of technology and technology—and even way past. at any place the quantitative modeling and research of advanced, nonlinear phenomena are required, chaos idea and its equipment can play a key position.
This moment quantity concentrates on reviewing additional appropriate, modern functions of chaotic nonlinear structures as they observe to a number of the state of the art branches of engineering. This encompasses, yet isn't really restricted to, themes equivalent to the unfold of epidemics; digital circuits; chaos keep an eye on in mechanical units; safe verbal exchange; and electronic watermarking.
Featuring contributions from lively and prime study teams, this assortment is perfect either as a reference paintings and as a ‘recipe booklet’ jam-packed with attempted and established, winning engineering applications.
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