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This edition was published in by University of Technology in Tehran.

Written in Persian

115 pages

Chaos and Fractals in Dynamic Systems as a relatively new area is interesting to many readers. The book introduces the concepts of chaos and fractals and attempts to provide the basic mathematical analysis, in a simplified approach. It makes the reader familiar with the concepts of nonlinear systems, dynamicity, complexity, bifurcation points, butterfly effects, Julia sets and other chaotic sets and pictures. Hence, it is also hoped to give people a better understanding of apparently amazing facts and phenomena and, eventually, make them convinced to give up the traditional superstitious ideas and switch to a scientific way of thinking and understanding the complex phenomena; this, especially, seems vital to the developing countries.

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Chaos and Fractals in Dynamic Systems
2003, University of Technology
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Chaos and Fractals in Dynamic Systems

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Chaos and Fractals in Dynamic Systems

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This edition was published in by University of Technology in Tehran.


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Chaos and Fractals in Dynamic Systems as a relatively new area is interesting to many readers. The book introduces the concepts of chaos and fractals and attempts to provide the basic mathematical analysis, in a simplified approach. It makes the reader familiar with the concepts of nonlinear systems, dynamicity, complexity, bifurcation points, butterfly effects, Julia sets and other chaotic sets and pictures. Hence, it is also hoped to give people a better understanding of apparently amazing facts and phenomena and, eventually, make them convinced to give up the traditional superstitious ideas and switch to a scientific way of thinking and understanding the complex phenomena; this, especially, seems vital to the developing countries.

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OL22961430M
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