# In strange orbits: volume 1 (in strange orbits - bundle) - In strange orbits: Volume 1 (In strange orbits - Bundle.

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External periodic modulation of a nonlinear oscillator may lead to a chaotic output behaviour. This phenomenon is attributed to the existence of a strange attractor, which embodies essentially a folding motion as is met in Bernoulli shift or the Baker's transformation.

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External periodic modulation of a nonlinear oscillator may lead to a chaotic output behaviour. This phenomenon is attributed to the existence of a strange attractor, which embodies essentially a folding motion as is met in Bernoulli shift or the Baker's transformation.

Descriptions of the sort given at the end of the prevous page are unnatural and clumsy. It would be nice to have a simple measure that could discriminate among the types of orbits in the same manner as the parameters of the harmonic oscillator.

Consider two points in a space, X 0 and X 0 + Δx 0 , each of which will generate an orbit in that space using some equation or system of equations.

This number, called the Lyapunov exponent "λ" [lambda], is useful for distinguishing among the various types of orbits. It works for discrete as well as continuous systems.

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External periodic modulation of a nonlinear oscillator may lead to a chaotic output behaviour. This phenomenon is attributed to the existence of a strange attractor, which embodies essentially a folding motion as is met in Bernoulli shift or the Baker's transformation.

Descriptions of the sort given at the end of the prevous page are unnatural and clumsy. It would be nice to have a simple measure that could discriminate among the types of orbits in the same manner as the parameters of the harmonic oscillator.

Consider two points in a space, X 0 and X 0 + Δx 0 , each of which will generate an orbit in that space using some equation or system of equations.

This number, called the Lyapunov exponent "λ" [lambda], is useful for distinguishing among the various types of orbits. It works for discrete as well as continuous systems.