Experimental Study and Characterization
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Om Experimental Study and Characterization
This is a continuation of the previous two volumes of review papers on chaotic dynamics and related topics, published in 1987 and 1988 respectively. In addition to a few reviews written by active researchers specially for the volume, it also contains several reviews based on lectures delivered at the Spring School on Experimental Study of Chaotic Phenomena, held in Tianjing, China, in May 1989, and at the session on Nonlinear Dynamics during the Workshop on Condensed Matter, Molecular and Atomic Physics, held in June – August, 1989, at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics at Trieste, Italy. The emphasis has been made on multifractals, applied symbolic dynamics, the role of unstable orbits and transient chaos. This volume would be useful to graduate students and researchers in physical sciences and engineering.Contents:Transition to Turbulence in Weakly Confined Convecting Systems (P Manneville)Cyclonic-Anticyclonic Asymmetry of the Rossby Vertices in Laboratory, in Planetary Atmosphere, and in Oceans (M V Nezlin)Complexity and Spacial Manifestation of Temporal Chaos (M S El Naschie)Instabilities and Chaos in Plastic Flow (G Ananthakrishna & T M John)Transient Chaos (T Tél)A Characterization of Chaos through Periodic Points (G Gunaratne) Multifractals (R E Amritkar & N Gupte)Applied Symbolic Dynamics (W-M Zheng & B-L Hao)Readership: Condensed matter physicists, applied mathematicians and engineers.Key Features:A wide-ranging history of the notion of “vacuum”A historical review of the major scientific discoveries from which “nuclear astrophysics” emergedA history of the major controversies surrounding the origin of the elementsA clear, qualitative description of what we now know about the origin of the elementsA critical overview of certain “growth points” in cosmologyA chronological table of major astrophysical discoveries (and related items) made during the 20th century