# Graphical modeling of a dynamic system Help

• italianboy
In summary, Antonio, an Italian speaker, is trying to manage a mathematical model using chaos theory and earthquake theory. He has 12 sets of 5 vectors that form polygons and is looking for a mathematical formula to analyze 11 sets and find the 12th set. He asked for help on a math forum but is unsure if anyone can assist him.
italianboy
I do not if it is the right section, however

hello
I'm Antonio and I am Italian so I apologize for my English.
I have a problem
I'm trying to manage a mathematical modeling from a graphical point of view, (I applied chaos theory and the theory of earthquakes and using the concept of point of catastrophe).
in particular I have 12 sets of vectors;
each set consists of 5 vectors;
each series of 5 vectors, form a polygon;
each carrier of the series is a pivot for the next series (based on the position);
I have tried to correlate 11 sets;
12 ° the series is my unknown;

I would like to find a mathematical formula that analyzes 11 series, and will find the 12 th series of vectors ?!

V_1 { (0,6) (3,4) (3,7) (7,1) (3,3) }
V_2 { (3,1) (4,0) (1,5) (1,6 ) (0,4) }
V_3 { (0,5) (6,8) (3,2) (8,7) (1,1) }
V_4 { (6,7) (1,1) (7,9) (7,6) (7,1) }
V_5 { (7,5) (5,2) (5,0) (2,7) (7,8) }
V_6 { (1,6) (4,3 ) (8,9) (7,2) (5,6) }
V_7 { (5,7) (3,9 ) (2,2) (0,6) (6,5) }
V_8 { (7,7) (0,3 ) (2,6 ) (4,6) (2,2) }
V_9 { (5,3) (3,1) (8,3) (4,3) (8,8) }
V_10 { (1,1) (4,2) (6,3) (2,3) ( 3,8) }
V_11 { (2,3) (2,7) (6,9) (1,3) (3,1) }
......||........
......\/........
V_12 { (6,4) (6,1) (3,7) (2,6) (7,5) }

V_12 is { (?,?) (?,?) (?,?) (?,?) (?,?)}

V_1 → V_2 → V_3 → V_4 → V_5... etc etc.

but here no one can help me??

italianboy said:
but here no one can help me??

I did not say that. I just suggested a site where questions are asked and answered.

I would recommend approaching this problem using mathematical modeling techniques. Graphical modeling can be a useful tool for visualizing and understanding dynamic systems, but it may not provide a comprehensive solution. Instead, I suggest using mathematical equations and algorithms to analyze the relationships between the 11 known sets of vectors and find a formula that can predict the 12th set. This approach will allow for a more precise and accurate solution.

I would also recommend seeking the guidance of a mathematician or a specialist in chaos theory and earthquakes, as they may have specific knowledge and expertise that can assist in solving this problem. Additionally, using computer software or programs designed for mathematical modeling could also be helpful in finding a solution.

Overall, the key to solving this problem is to approach it systematically and analytically, using mathematical principles and techniques. Good luck!

## 1. What is graphical modeling of a dynamic system?

Graphical modeling of a dynamic system is a method used to visualize and represent the behavior of a system over time. It involves creating a graphical representation of the inputs, outputs, and relationships within a system to better understand its behavior.

## 2. Why is graphical modeling important?

Graphical modeling allows scientists to easily identify patterns and relationships within a system, which can aid in understanding and predicting its behavior. It also allows for the testing and simulation of different scenarios, making it a valuable tool for decision making and problem solving.

## 3. What types of systems can be modeled graphically?

Graphical modeling can be applied to a wide range of dynamic systems, including physical, biological, economic, and social systems. It can also be used to model both simple and complex systems.

## 4. What are the steps involved in graphical modeling of a dynamic system?

The first step is to define the system and its components. Next, data is collected and relationships between components are identified. Then, a graphical model is created using symbols and arrows to represent the components and their relationships. The model is then tested and refined using simulations and data analysis.

## 5. What are the benefits of using graphical modeling over other methods?

Graphical modeling offers a visual representation of a system, making it easier to understand and communicate complex concepts. It also allows for the manipulation of variables and the testing of different scenarios, which can provide valuable insights and aid in decision making. Additionally, it can save time and resources compared to traditional methods of data analysis.