DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS & CHAOS
2017 Fall Term
An analytic, geometric, and intuitive study of continuous and discrete low-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems. The basic notions of stability, bifurcations, chaotic systems, strange attractors, and fractals are examined. Specific applications will be taken from diverse fields such as Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering, and Physics.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: MATH 361 WITH A C OR BETTER
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