In computational physics is very often to calculate largest Lyapunov exponent. If largest Lyapunov exponent ##LE## is positive there is chaos in the system, if it is negative or zero there is no chaos in the system. But what can we say about some certain value of ##LE##. For example ##LE_1=-0.2## and ##LE_2=-0.4##. What is the difference between those particular values? Could we say something in small scales? Thanks for the answer.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Lyapunov exponent -- Numerical calculations

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