Chaos: Making a New Science
The author describes how scientists studying the growth of complexity in nature are discovering order and pattern in chaos. He explains concepts such as nonlinearity, the Butterfly Effect, universal constants, fractals, and strange attractors, and examines the work of scientists such as Mitchell J. Feigenbaum, Edward Lorenz, and Benoit Mandelbrot.
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Great groundbreaking book introducing chaos, with fractals, strange attractors, the Butterfly Effect, and much more!
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Review: Chaos: The Making of a New ScienceUser Review - Matt Mayevsky - Goodreads
Book for persistents. Interdisciplinary journey to the sources of chaos theory. For me, the greatest discovery in this book and at the same time the greatest inspiration is an attractor. Read full review
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