By Tomasz Kapitaniak
Greater than twenty years of in depth reports on non-linear dynamics have raised questions about the sensible functions of chaos. One attainable resolution is to regulate chaotic habit in a predictable means. This booklet, oneof the 1st at the topic, explores the information in the back of controlling chaos. Controlling Chaos explains, utilizing basic examples, either the mathematical thought and experimental effects used to use chaotic dynamics to genuine engineering structures. Chuas circuit is used for instance in the course of the ebook because it will be simply developed within the laboratory and numerically modeled. using this instance permits readers to check the theories awarded. The textual content is punctiliously balanced among concept and purposes to supply an in-depth exam of the ideas in the back of the advanced principles awarded. within the ultimate part, Kapitaniak brings jointly chosen reprinted papers that have had an important impression at the improvement of this speedily starting to be interdisciplinary box. Controlling Chaos is vital studying for graduates, researchers, and scholars wishing to be on the leading edge of this intriguing new department of technological know-how. * makes use of effortless examples that are repeated by means of the reader either experimentally and numerically * the 1st ebook to offer simple equipment of controlling chaos * contains reprinted papers representing primary contributions to the sector * Discusses implementation of chaos controlling basics as utilized to useful difficulties
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Controlling chaos by Tomasz Kapitaniak