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  • A Beginner's Guide to Chaos - Covers the geometric and complex iterative framework by comparing chaos to randomness. Includes illustrations and programs.
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  • Chaos - Introduction To Chaos by Michael Cross. An online course at Caltech.
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  • Chaos and the Solar System - Article by Paul Trow about the development of the theory and its astronomic insights.
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  • Chaos at Maryland - Research group at the University of Maryland. Includes papers, gallery, database, abstracts, software, bibliography and contact.
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  • Chaos Demonstrations - Introductory course on chaos from the California Institute of Technology, addressing basics, Lorenz attractor and Chua's Circuit. Includes program source code and bibliography.
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  • The Chaos Game - Outlines Barnsley's chaos game, in which a random number generator is used to produce various fractals.
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  • The Chaos Hypertextbook - Covering several aspects of the theory by topics, including nonlinear dynamics. Includes experiments for programmable calculators and definitions.
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  • Chaos Research Group - Interdisciplinary research group at the University of Tennessee concerned with deterministic nonlinear dynamic aspects. Includes overview, publications, bibliography, monographs, glossary and project information.
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  • Chaos Theory for Beginners; an Introduction - Brief introduction on attractors and disturbances, addressing the basics with examples.
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  • Chaos: A Pictorial Introduction - Illustrates some essential features of the theory which have received media attention in recent years. Includes animated pictures.
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  • Chaos: Making a New Science - Excerpt from the bestseller that brought the forefront of research to public eye. Includes illustrations and links.
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  • CompLexicon - Terminology glossary about complex systems and chaotic dynamics.
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  • Continued Fractions and Chaos - Scientific paper exploring some results of the theory of chaotic dynamical systems. Includes abstract, proceeding and references.
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  • Emergence of Chaos - Demonstrates how chaos emerges following a change in a parameter. Includes mathematical formulations and diagrams.
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  • An Introduction to Lindenmayer Systems - Discusses the modeling of fractal plants with L-systems. Includes theoretical background, references and code.
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  • Nonlinear Science Group - Research group on nonlinear dynamics and chaos at the George Mason University, U.S. Includes publications, activities and contact information.
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  • Online Chaos Course - Interactive, nontechnical introduction to chaos physics and chaotic motion in classical and quantum mechanics.
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  • Quantum-like Chaos in Prime Number Distribution and in Turbulent Fluid Flows - Paper concerned with the chaotic behavior of prime number distribution, by A. M. Selvam of the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology. [PDF]
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  • Quatuor - Discusses the order of deterministic chaos. Includes pictures and background about fractal dimensions.
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  • A Route into Chaos: The Logistic Equation - Introduction to sequence related functions. Addresses basics, logistic equation and Lyapunov exponents. [English, German]
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  • Sci.nonlinear FAQ - FAQs collection from the sci.nonlinear newsgroup. Addresses basics, tutorial, applications and computational resources.
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  • Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences - Brings together researchers, theoreticians and practitioners interested in applying dynamical systems theory. Includes membership information, publications, meetings, tutorials and other resources.
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  • Wikipedia: Chaos Theory - Free encyclopedia article describing the basics of the theory. Addresses mathematical, physical and historical aspects.
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  • Yahoo Groups: Caostheory - Discusses the theory and its applications in various fields, such as medicine, astronomy and art.
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  • In the Wake of Chaos - Short review of book exposing the actual philosophical implications of chaos theory. (December 10, 2001)
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