- #1

linford86

- 14

- 0

So, I have a question about the Navier-Stokes equation: is it known that the solutions are psuedo-random for high Reynold's number? Of course, one can extend this more generally to dynamical systems with positive Lyapunov exponents -- are the solutions to such systems (e.g., chaotic differential equations) known to be psuedo-random? If so, it would appear to be natural to attack them statistically since they would pass tests for randomness.