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Chaos theory

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A brief introduction to chaos theory:

What is chaos theory? Chaos theory is the mathematical study behind dynamical systems – trying to explain observations of chaos, disorder and irregularities with hidden patterns and laws (whereupon these governing laws are incredibly sensitive to a change in the initial conditions). Think of the butterfly effect as a prime example of chaos theory – according to chaos theory, the butterfly effect is due a small change of the initial conditions of a system (a butterfly flapping it’s wings)…

Chaos Theory and Analog Computing with the Lorenz Attractor

In this video I talk a bit about chaos theory and analog computing, using a Lorenz Attractor circuit to exemplify both.Paul Horowitz's schematic: http://seti...

The image is best known as the ``Lorenz Attractor'' and is one of the earliest example of chaos ever recorded. It has also been referred to as ``Lorenz's Butterfly'' in honor of the butterfly effect. The Lorenz attractor always has the familiar butterfly shape, no matter how ``random'' each variable may appear to be on its own, the combination of the three always produces the same picture

The image is best known as the ``Lorenz Attractor'' and is one of the earliest example of chaos ever recorded. It has also been referred to as ``Lorenz's Butterfly'' in honor of the butterfly effect. The Lorenz attractor always has the familiar butterfly shape, no matter how ``random'' each variable may appear to be on its own, the combination of the three always produces the same picture