Chaos And Randomness


by Poursoi
Tags: chaos, randomness
Poursoi
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Oct4-04, 01:48 PM
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Hi everyone,

I started a project looking at chaos and randomness recently but i am having a hard time finding direction.
I would really appreciate any pointers and suggestions.

So far i have done the background definitions and descriptions, i have also looked at fractal geometry.

thanks in advance
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Oct4-04, 02:42 PM
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what is your goal with this project? other than looking at chaos and randomness what do you want to achieve?
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Oct4-04, 04:37 PM
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How about constructing and studying the dynamics of a double pendulum?

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Oct4-04, 06:41 PM
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Chaos And Randomness


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How about constructing and studying the dynamics of a double pendulum?
I have heard from some of my friends in another school that they are also trying to handle the coordinates x0y with complex multivariables.
Sirus
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Oct4-04, 08:44 PM
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Many (relatively) simple circuits can also be constructed that exhibit chaotic behavior. Search for "nonlinear" or something like that in the general physics forum, I posted there on this topic a couple weeks back.


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