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  1. Dynamical Systems with Applications using MATLAB by Stephen Lynch, Stephen Lynch, et all 2004-06-10
  2. Fundamentals of Dynamical Systems and Bifurcation Theory by Medved, 1992-05-21
  3. Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, and an Introduction to Chaos (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Academic Press), 60.) by Morris W. Hirsch, Stephen Smale, et all 2003-10-22
  4. Introduction to Applied Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Chaos by Stephen Wiggins, 1997-01-17
  5. A First Course in Discrete Dynamical Systems (Universitext) by Richard A. Holmgren, 2000-08-17
  6. Dynamical Systems: Stability, Symbolic Dynamics, and Chaos (Studies in Advanced Mathematics) by Clark Robinson, 1995-01
  7. Differential Equations: A Dynamical Systems Approach: Ordinary Differential Equations (Texts in Applied Mathematics) by John H. Hubbard, Beverly H. West, 1997-10-17
  8. Nonlinear Dynamical Control Systems by Henk Nijmeijer, Arjan van der Schaft, 1996-05-29
  9. Approximation of Large-Scale Dynamical Systems (Advances in Design and Control) (Advances in Design and Control) by Athanasios C. Antoulas, 2005-07-13
  10. Differential Dynamical Systems (Monographs on Mathematical Modeling and Computation) by James D. Meiss, 2007-11-08
  11. Dynamical Systems: Examples of Complex Behaviour (Universitext) by Jürgen Jost, 2005-09-12
  12. Dynamical Systems with Applications using Mathematica® by Stephen Lynch, 2007-10-01
  13. Thermodynamics: A Dynamical Systems Approach (Princeton Series in Applied Mathematics) by Wassim M. Haddad, VijaySekhar Chellaboina, et all 2005-07-05
  14. Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory (London Mathematical Society Student Texts) by Mark Pollicott, Michiko Yuri, 1998-02-13

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M. Abukhaled, UAE B.K. Dass, India (Consulting Editor) J. Gao, U.S.A. V. Kostov,France ... ORDERING FORM FOR VOLUME 1, Number 2, 2003 This Journal is indexed/abstracted in Mathematical Reviews, Zentralblatt Math. and INSPEC.

22. Entropy In Ergodic Theory And Dynamical Systems
Entropy in Ergodic Theory and dynamical systems. introduced topological entropy, which is the analogous invariant for topological dynamical systems.

23. EuroConference Needs 2001 (24-31 July 2001)
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK; 24 31 July 2001.
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK
EuroConference NEEDS 2001 Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Dynamical Systems 24 – 31 July 2001
Participants Organisers: M Bruschi, F Calogero, AV Mikhailov, PM Santini Theme of the EuroConference: The XVth NEEDS EuroConference is the opening event of the six month programme on Integrable Systems and all the basic aspects of the theory of integrable and nearly integrable systems (differential, partial differential, discrete and functional equations, cellular automata, etc..), together with their relevant applications to the Natural Sciences, are expected to be covered. Location and cost: The EuroConference will take place at the Newton Institute and accommodation for participants will consist of study bedrooms of varying degrees of comfort, assigned mainly on a first come - first (better) served basis. The EuroConference package costs , which covers all meals and accommodation from dinner on 24 July 2001 to lunch on 31 July 2001. Support: The EuroConference is supported by the European Community and funding is available to support a certain number of young (age limit of 35 years) and senior researchers who are nationals of EC Member States or of the Associated States: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Israel, Switzerland.

24. STandDS
Morelia, Michoac¡n, M©xico; 1517 March 2001.

25. Introduction To Dynamical Systems And Fractals
dynamical systems and Fractals. This is an announcement of a new interdisciplinary course at Oklahoma State University on symbolic
Dynamical Systems and Fractals
This is an announcement of a new interdisciplinary course at Oklahoma State University on symbolic and analytic dynamics, with an overview of fractal geometry. Announcement: The course was completed in early May, 1996. The lecture notes run to about 175 pages when processed by LaTeX, but the complete outline was not filled in. We hope to enhance the chapters on real and complex iteration in subsequent iterations of this course, as well as add new topics. A special thanks to my students!. Their interaction was essential to the writing of the notes. The only mathematical prerequisites are Calculus . Hopefully, this course will be accessible to as many students as possible who have interests in these emerging areas of natural science. The course will be conducted in the computer classroom MS 203, and much use will be made of various programs, including FRACTINT MAPLE , and some others, for demonstration purposes. It is possible to arrange graduate credit (5000 level) for graduate students. Course materials and outline will be added below as we develop the course:

26. Howard Gutowitz's Home Page
Papers and preprints about Cellular Automata, Chaos, Complexity, and dynamical systems.
Howard Gutowitz
Visits since Dec 10, 1995: If you want to know what I'm doing now, go to:

Journal of Discrete and Continuous dynamical systems. Welcome to the home page of Journal of Discrete and Continuous dynamical systems.
Journal of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems
Welcome to the home page of Journal of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems. This hypertext document will help you obtain information regarding the Journal. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Available Information:

Individual pages on different topics in Mathematics. Examples group theory, dynamical systems theory, geometry or number theory. Gradus Suavitatis Turing Billiard Bifurcation ... Feedback

29. Cambridge Journals Online - Journal Home Page
My CJO Index, My CJO Homepage Ergodic Theory and dynamical systems, Ergodic Theory and dynamical systems 2004, Volume 24. Issue 01, Feb 2004, pp 1315.
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Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems focuses on a rich variety of research areas which, although diverse, employ as common themes global dynamical methods. The journal provides a focus for this important and flourishing area of mathematics and brings together many major contributions in the field. The journal acts as a forum for central problems of differential geometry, number theory, operator algebras, topological, differential and symbolic dynamics, and celestial and statistical mechanics. Subscription Prices Year Category Access Type Price* Institutions subscribe Institutions Online Only subscribe *Purchases from the United States, Canada, and Mexico are in US dollars. All other purchases are in pounds sterling. Price does not include VAT, GST or other applicable taxes

30. TUD -- Simulation And Systems Optimization -- Michael Hardt
Systems and System Optimization, Department of Computer Science, Technische Universit¤t Darmstadt. Interests include hybrid dynamical systems, control and stability of legged locomotion, nonlinear optimal control, multibody kinematics and dynamics.
Michael Hardt Systems and System Optimization Department of Computer Science Alexanderstr. 10 D-64283 Darmstadt Phone: +49 (6151) 16-3610 Fax: +49 (6151) 16-6648 E-Mail: URL:
Research Activities
  • Hybrid dynamical systems
  • Control and stability of legged locomotion
  • Nonlinear optimal control
  • Multibody kinematics and dynamics
Bavarian Biped Walking Machine (1999), compressed AVI (11.9 MB)
Hybrid Switching Control of an Underactuated 2-link Robot Manipulator compressed AVI (2.7 MB)
Optimal Quadruped Walking for Different Gait Patterns (2000), compressed AVI (9.7 MB)
Optimal 3D Trot for the Sony Aibo Legged Robot (2002), compressed AVI (Requires DivX) (4.5 MB)
Updated: November 6, 2002

31. Visualization Of Complex Dynamical Systems
Visualization of Complex dynamical systems. sample image, NDimViewer Visualization of HighDimensional dynamical systems (1998-1999)
Visualization of Complex Dynamical Systems
NDimViewer: Visualization of High-Dimensional Dynamical Systems NDimViewer is a web-based visualization system for numerical solutions of dynamical systems and representation of the calculated data using one out of three techniques: Extruded Parallel Coordinates Linking With Wings , or Three-Dimensional Parallel Coordinates . It is specialized for high-dimensional dynamical systems with a dimension count up to 25, depending on the chosen technique. The implementation itself is separated into a calculation and a visualization part, which are treated independently. ( more
Color-table animation for vector fields
FROLIC is a fast variant of Line Integral Convolution (LIC) and illustrates 2D vector fields by approximating streamlets by a set of disks with varying intensity. Color-table animation is a very fast way of animating FROLIC images. Various color-table compositions are investigated. When animating FROLIC images visual artifacts (pulsation, synchronization) must be avoided. Several strategies in this respect are dealt with.
Visualizing Dynamical Systems near Critical Points
The visualization of dynamical systems, e.g., flow fields, already provides quite a reasonable number of useful techniques. Many approaches seen so far either facilitate the visualization of the abstract skeleton of flow topology, or directly represent flow dynamics by the use of integral cues, such as stream lines, stream surfaces, etc. In this paper we present two visualization techniques which feature both approaches and demonstrate that combining both techniques, synergetic advantages are gained.

32. Untitled Document
Pace University. Problem decomposition and theory reformulation, integrated cognitive architectures for autonomous robots, distributed constraint satisfaction problems, semigroup theory and dynamical systems, category theory in software design.

A dynamical systems model of the creative process and transformational experiences in shamanic emergence. Three exceptional encounters are used as examples.
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A Dynamical Systems Model of exceptional encounters in Brazil.
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Introduction A blue gray horizon loomed outside the window of the plane as it slowly banked and turned toward the airport still miles ahead of us. The plane turned as another glow punctuated the breach between the zodiacal light and the darkness that enveloped the earth below. The glow had the yellow-white tinge of city lights reflected up from a huge urban aggregate of life, power, and activity. As we descended into the dark landscape a long tentacle of lights reached out below, stretching from that still distant aurora. More tentacles appeared below stretching in all directions. Motionless, they laid full the valleys, extended up ridge lines and spilled over crests as if to defy containment. At last the conglomerate of lights radiated below us. We sailed through the sky above it for thirty minutes or more. It was as if we were gazing down at some giant primordial sea creature that had flung itself from the ocean depths and wedged among the rolling hills to await the warming sun of morning. The sprawl below us was not what I had expected. This was not the emerald forest I had imagined, rather it was a jungle of humanity into which we descended. It was not my preconceived notion of idyllic tribal life with the local witchdoctor to show us his healing gifts. It was a world of urban shamans. Not the chic metropolitan healers suggested by the cover of Gabrielle Roth's book titled

34. Gert Vegter
University of Groningen Geometric computing, computer algebra, and dynamical systems.
Gert Vegter
Born October 15, 1954, Assen, the Netherlands. MSc in Mathematics at the University of Groningen (1979). PhD in Mathematics at the University of Groningen (1983). Research Fellow at Boston University, Boston, MA (1986). Currently Associate Professor at the University of Groningen. I can be reached at:
University of Groningen Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, room 126
P.O. Box 800, NL 9700 AV Groningen, Netherlands
Telephone +31 50 363.3930, Telefax: +31 50 363.3800
Research interests
  • Geometric Computing Computational Topology Dynamical Systems Recent publications ... Computational Topology: some Snapshots (slides from a talk at Dassault, Paris (Fr), 31 March 2000)
    Version with two slides per page
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    35. - A I M S
    5th Internatinal Conference on dynamical systems and Differential Equations June 1619 2004. at Pomona, CA, USA. Discrete and Continuous dynamical systems-A.
    A I M S CONFERENCES 5th Internatinal Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations June 16-19 2004. at Pomona, CA, USA. 2002 Wilmington 2000 Kennesaw ... Net lib Cancer special issue featured with Economist
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    36. Giorgio Brajnik
    University of Udine Human-computer interfaces for information access, knowledge representation and reasoning about dynamical systems.
    Giorgio Brajnik
    Assistant Professor in Computer Science Dipartimento di Matematica e Informatica
    33100 UDINE ITALY
    voice: +39 (0432) 55.8445 - fax: +39 (0432) 55.8499
    email: giorgio dimi.uniud. it
    Office location: SS16: Second floor, South side, office facing internal green area research Curriculum Vitae Papers
    My primary interest is in design and evaluation principles for human-computer interfaces for information access
    I'm currently working on website quality, usability, accessibility and on tools supporting processes for web quality assurance. See also some notes on Web Quality (in Italian) I worked also on interactive processes taking place during information seeking. teaching
    (in Italian) Tesi disponibili Sistemi Operativi Progettazione di Siti Web
    Lezioni Sistemi Operativi Lunedì 15:00-17:45 aula H Mercoledì 11:00-12:45 aula H Progettazione di Siti Web Il corso è terminato. Ricevimento su appuntamento concordato via email: giorgio dimi.uniud.

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    38. Reviews In Mathematical Physics
    Fills the need for a review journal in the field, publishing introductory and survey papers for mathematical physicists, and mathematicians and theoretical physicists interested in interdisciplinary topics. Topics include gauge fields, quantum field theory, statistical mechanics, dynamical systems, functional analysis, and interactions between theoretical physics and pure mathematics.

    39. A Tutorial On Learning Dynamical Systems
    Mathematica. Learning dynamical systems A Tutorial. This is the preface for a webbased tutorial on learning dynamical systems.
    Image created by William Shaw using Mathematica.
    Learning Dynamical Systems: A Tutorial
    This is the preface for a web-based tutorial on learning dynamical systems. The tutorial is organized as a hypertext document and includes a set of readings (some of which are available on the web), a set of html documents (providing context, explanations, definitions, and pointers to additional readings), and links to Mathematica packages and notebooks that allow readers to explore the main ideas described in the papers in an interactive computational setting. The tutorial is produced concurrently with a course held at Brown University since the 1995 Fall semester. A preliminary syllabus is available for the course. You are cordially invited to follow along with the course, but we warn you that the web pages covering the tutorial material are under construction; existing pages will be revised and new pages will be added as the semester progresses. If you want to follow along in the fall and avoid running into pages under construction, we advise you to keep pace with the schedule outlined in the syllabus. We invite your suggestions for improving the tutorial. Learning Dynamical Systems
    Back to Dynamics Home Page
    Brown University
    September, 1998

    40. Java P H A S E R Project
    An application for numerically and graphically analyzing dynamical systems.
    Java PHASER Project
    A Universal Simulator for Dynamical Systems
    Authors/Architects: Jason Glick Huseyin Kocak , and Burton Rosenberg
    With contributions by: Craig Kolthoff and Johannes Gudmundsson
    We are redeveloping from the ground up, in 100% pure Java , the original Phaser C program authored by Dr. Kocak at Brown University in the mid 1980's. Java Phaser is not a port; rather, it is a completely new version which sports radically new GUI features, analytical tools, and algorithms. Furthermore, it has been rendered platform independent, thanx to Java technology! Phaser is an intuitive program for graphically and numerically analyzing dynamical systems on a computer. Such systems include multi- dimensional Difference Equations, Iterated Function Systems, and Ordinary Differential Equations exhibiting bifurcation, periodic, equilibria, chaotic, and strange attraction behaviors. Phaser captures and manifests these dynamical phenomena with its powerful Views: Phaser Views:
    • Phase Portrait Xi vs. Time

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