By R. Stoop, W.-H. Steeb
Dieses Lehrbuch bietet eine grundlegende Einf?hrung in chaotische Systeme, welche keinerlei Abstriche an mathematischer Exaktheit macht. Der textual content umfasst einerseits in ansprechender Tiefe die klassischen theoretischen Gesichtspunkte der dynamischen Systeme, wobei alle wesentlichen Beispiele der Literatur aus?hrlich behandelt werden. Daneben befasst er sich mit moderneren Fragestellungen, wie etwa nach der Natur der Berechenbarkeit oder der Verl?sslichkeit des desktops. Die Abgrenzung zu fortgeschrittenen Methoden ist klar gegeben durch den Ausschluss statistischer Methoden.
Zu den Kernph?nomenen werden kurze, aber vollst?ndige Programme in der Programmiersprache Mathematica angegeben, welche leicht zu verstehen sind und die guy f?r das individuelle Experimentieren leicht ?bernehmen und anpassen kann. ?ber a hundred and eighty Beispiele und ?bungsaufgaben veranschaulichen das fabric und vertiefen das Verst?ndnis des Lesers. Biographien von historischen Schl?sselpers?nlichkeiten bereichern den Text.
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Berechenbares Chaos in dynamischen Systemen by R. Stoop, W.-H. Steeb