Experimental Chaos: 7th Experimental Chaos Conference, San Diego, California, 26-29 August 2002
Visarath In, Ljupco Kocarev, Thomas L. Carroll, Bruce J. Gluckman, Stefano Boccaletti, Jürgen Kurths
American Inst. of Physics, Sep 4, 2003 - Science - 394 pages
Electronics, optics, and fluids have been strong fields for the application of nonlineardynamics. The trend over the years has been the growth of biophysics (especially neuroscience and cardiac dynamics), oceanography, and geophysics for the employment of the concepts and techniques of nonlinear dynamics. Topics include: electronics; optics; geophysics, oceanography, and meterology; hydrodynamics, turbulence, and plasmas; biophysics; neurophysiology; chemical chaos; interdisciplinary; as well as data analysis.
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