The dynamical system concept is a mathematical formalization for any fixed "rule" which describes the time dependence of a point's position in its ambient space.

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ArXiv

Recent papers in dynamical systems at the ArXiv preprint server.

Bibliography on Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

Maintained by Peter E. Beckmann, Johannes Gutenberg Universität.

Chaos, Limit Cycles and Twisted Rods

Integrability and chaotic attractors. Limit cycles of the Lienard systems. Elastic instabilities: twisted rods. Path and surface following: continuation algorithms.

Crowd Dynamics

Crowd and Egress Dynamics by G. Keith Still.

Dynamical Systems Lab

This set of lectures is designed to explore one-dimensional dynamical systems using the software Chaos and Dynamics.

Dynamical Systems Websites

A list of research sites maintained at the University of Warwick.

Dynamics in One Complex Variable

These notes study the dynamics of iterated holomorphic mappings from a Riemann surface to itself. The reader is assumed to be familiar with the rudiments of complex variable theory and of two-dimensional differential geometry.

Evolution Equations and Semigroups

Bulletin board and preprint archive.

General Systems Theory of Everything

A systems theory for chaos, quantum mechanics and climate dynamics applicable to dynamical systems of all space-time scales.

Java Exploration Tool for Dynamical Systems

This Java Applet can be used for the exploration on two-dimensional analytical defined dynamical systems. The system is defined by a set of two differential equations, which will be evaluated within adjustable regions forming a two-dimensional vector field.

Pages on Dynamical Systems

A interactive laboratory on dynamical systems, in particular on particle systems.

Scholarpedia: Encyclopedia of Dynamical Systems

A free peer reviewed encyclopedia of dynamical systems written by scholars from around the world.

Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics

The Society seeks to promote the use of nonlinear methods in economics and finance from both a theoretical and empirical perspective.

Turbulent Landscapes

Turbulent Landscapes is the result of 13 artists' explorations of complexity in nature. The exhibit will travel to museums and science centers in upcoming months.

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