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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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Morris W. Hirsch 
Differential equations, dynamical systems, and an introduction to chaos 
026032 
2013 
Book 

2 
David D. Nolte 
Introduction to modern dynamics: Chaos, Networks, Space and Time 
026051 
2015 
Book 

3 
David P. Feldman 
Chaos and fractals: An Elementary Introduction 
024644 
2012 
Book 

4 
Stephen Wiggins 
Introduction to applied nonlinear dynamical systems and chaos 
023954 
2003 
Book 

5 
Richard Kautz 
Chaos: The science of predictable random motion 
023657 
2011 
Book 

6 
Elhadj Zeraoulia 
2  D quadratic maps and 3  D ode systems: A rigorous approach 
023547 
2010 
Book 

7 
Paul Manneville 
Instabilities, chaos and turbulence 
023550 
2010 
Book 

8 
Steven H. Strogatz 
Nonlinear dynamics and chaos: With applications to physics, biology, chemistry and engineering 
021379 
2001 
Book 

9 
SORNETTE, DIDIER 
Critical phenomena in natural sciences : Chaos, fractals, selforganization and disorder : Concepts and tools 
020649 
2004 
Book 

10 
M. Lakshmanan 
Nonlinear dynamics: Integrability, chaos and patterns 
018429 
2003 
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Title  Introduction to modern dynamics: Chaos, Networks, Space and Time 
Author(s)  David D. Nolte 
Edition  eBooks 
Publication  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 
Description  xiii, 423p. 
Abstract Note  The best parts of physics are the last topics that our students ever see. These are the exciting new frontiers of nonlinear and complex systems that are at the forefront of university research and are the basis of many hightech businesses. Topics such as traffic on the World Wide Web, the spread of epidemics through globallymobile populations, or the synchronization of global economies are governed by universal principles just as profound as Newton's laws. Nonetheless, the conventional university physics curriculum reserves most of these topics for advanced graduate study. Two justifications are given for this situation: first, that the mathematical tools needed to understand these topics are beyond the skill set of undergraduate students, and second, that these are speciality topics with no common theme and little overlap.
Introduction to Modern Dynamics dispels these myths. The structure of this book combines the three main topics of modern dynamics  chaos theory, dynamics on complex networks, and general relativity  into a coherent framework. 
ISBN,Price  9780199657049 : UKP 32.50(PB) 
Classification  531.3

Keyword(s)  1. 100 YEARS OF THE FIRST OBSERVATIONS OF T
2. CHAOS
3. COMPLEX SYSTEMS
4. DYNAMICS
5. EBOOK
6. EBOOK  OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
7. HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS
8. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS
9. RELATIVISTIC DYNAMICS
10. SPACE AND TIME

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Title  Chaos and fractals: An Elementary Introduction 
Author(s)  David P. Feldman 
Publication  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012. 
Description  xxi, 408p. 
Abstract Note  his book provides the reader with an elementary introduction to chaos and fractals, suitable for students with a background in elementary algebra, without assuming prior coursework in calculus or physics. It introduces the key phenomena of chaos  aperiodicity, sensitive dependence on initial conditions, bifurcations  via simple iterated functions. Fractals are introduced as selfsimilar geometric objects and analyzed with the selfsimilarity and boxcounting dimensions. After a brief discussion of power laws, subsequent chapters explore Julia Sets and the Mandelbrot Set. The last part of the book examines twodimensional dynamical systems, strange attractors, cellular automata, and chaotic differential equations. 
ISBN,Price  9780199566440 : UKP 27.00(PB) 
Classification  536.758CHAOS

Keyword(s)  1. CELLULAR AUTOMATA
2. CHAOS
3. CHAOTIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
4. FRACTALS
5. STRANGE ATTRACTORS
6. TWODIMENSIONAL DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS

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Title  Introduction to applied nonlinear dynamical systems and chaos 
Author(s)  Stephen Wiggins 
Edition  2nd. 
Publication  New York, Springer, 2003. 
Description  xix, 843p. 
Series  (Texts in applied mathematics) 
Abstract Note  This volume is intended for advanced undergraduate or firstyear graduate students as an introduction to applied nonlinear dynamics and chaos. The author has placed emphasis on teaching the techniques and ideas that will enable students to take specific dynamical systems and obtain some quantitative information about the behavior of these systems. He has included the basic core material that is necessary for higher levels of study and research. Thus, people who do not necessarily have an extensive mathematical background, such as students in engineering, physics, chemistry, and biology, will find this text as useful as students of mathematics. 
ISBN,Price  0387001778 : EUR 79.95(HB) 
Classification  517.938:536.758CHAOS

Keyword(s)  1. CHAOS
2. DIFFERENTIABLE DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
3. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
4. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS
5. NONLINEAR THEORIES

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Title  Chaos: The science of predictable random motion 
Author(s)  Richard Kautz 
Publication  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011. 
Description  xiii, 309p. : With CDROM 
Abstract Note  Based on only elementary mathematics, this engaging account of chaos bridges the gap between introductions for the layman and college  level texts. It develops the science of dynamcis in terms of small time steps, describes the phenomenon of chaos through simple examples, and concludes with a close look at a homoclinic tangle, the mathematical monster at the heart of chaos. The presentation is enhanced by many figures, animations of chaotic motion and biographical sketches of the pioneers of dynamics and chaos theory. To ensure accessibility to motivated high school students, care has been taken to explain advanced mathematical concepts simply, including exponentials and logarithms, probability, correlation, frequency analysis, fractals, and transfinite numbers. These tools help to resolve the intriguing paradox of motion that is predictable and yet random, while the final chapter explores the various ways chaos theory has been put to practical use. 
ISBN,Price  9780199594580 : Rs. 695.00(PB) 
Classification  536.758CHAOS

Keyword(s)  CHAOS

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