Physics. a stable, nonperiodic state or behavior exhibited by some dynamic systems, especially turbulent ones, that can be represented as a nonrepeating pattern in the system's phase space.
1 Motivation; 2 Mathematical definition; 3 Types of attractors. 3.1 Fixed point; 3.2
Finite number of points; 3.3 Limit cycle; 3.4 Limit torus; 3.5 Strange attractor.
Physics. a stable, nonperiodic state or behavior exhibited by some dynamic
systems, especially turbulent ones, that can be represented as a nonrepeating ...
Nov 18, 2009 ... May be it's not the right place for this, but I don't know the right definition of a
strange attractor. Wikipedia states that "An attractor is informally ...
mathematics. : the state of a mathematically chaotic system toward which the
system trends : the attractor of a mathematically chaotic system <Unlike the ...
What is a Strange Attractor? There are a lot of ways of looking at a strange
attractor so instead of ONE definition, I'm going to give you FOUR. 1 A strange ...
An attractor exhibited by some dynamic systems for which the approach to the
attractor is chaotic. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth
Chaos Theory and Strange Attractors. Henon attractor. Henon-like attractor.
Another Henon-like attractor ... (For a more formal definition see the Fractal FAQ.)
An attractor is defined as the smallest unit which cannot be itself ... Strange
attractors are bounded regions of phase space (corresponding to positive
Strange Attractors. Edward Lorenz's first weather model exhibited chaotic
behavior, but it involved a set of 12 nonlinear differential equations. Lorenz
decided to ...