9999) plays a crucial role, because it provides a better chaotic behavior
of the logistic map.
1991, "The Chaotic Behavior
of Foreign Exchange Rates," American Economist, 35, 16-24.
2002) resuming two original non-linear complex models of both types of bearings, studying their dynamical behavior, finding some values of critical damping coefficient and some zones of chaotic behavior
is interesting because it can potentially explain fluctuations in the economy and financial markets, which appear to be random processes.
The third moment test provides strong indications of the existence of chaotic behavior
in the Aaa and Baa bond portfolios.
By entering a negative number into Cell A3 of the spreadsheet in Figure 1, students can find themselves confronted with seemingly chaotic behavior
as the spreadsheet's successive calculations no longer converge to a square root (Figure 3).
According to Wright, the increase in complexity in society (both local and global) will result in good outcomes (win-win situations), whereas Kaplan argues that the change to a global community has only increased the level of chaotic behavior
Many pathological states of mental disorders are characterized by a lack of ability to let exterior factors influence the development of mental activities and instead proceed in a closed chaotic behavior
determined by intrinsic factors.
The core of this cluster of theories is the methodological principle that apparently chaotic behavior
can be patterned in complex ways, and that we should model this behavior from the "bottom up" and then look for patterns.
In this paper, the problem of controlling continuous polymerization reactors at conditions where chaotic behavior
is present is addressed.
Previous causal analyses of crime cycles are replaced by chaotic systems analyses, where the systems are societies construed as sets of pairs of human beings ensconced within national borders, producing unpredictable chaotic behavior
wherever responsiveness (or compassion) provide a social resonance that produces the characteristic constrained periodic phenomena of chaotic motion.
We show how the correlation dimension reflects the degree to which chaotic behavior
characterizes the fluctuations in the exchange rate, and how this conforms with ideas about exchange rate management.