Chaos Theory

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Chaos Theory

A theory stating that seemingly unrelated events affect each other in a predictable, mathematical way. In investing, chaos theory is used to predict future stock prices using information that does not seem to affect prices directly, such as trading volume and trader sentiment. Computing these factors using chaos theory is as complex as it is controversial.
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Jin, "Image encryption using game of life permutation and PWLCM chaotic system," Optics Communications, vol.
This map generates hyperchaotic dynamics; that is, it presents greater complex behavior than a chaotic system.
To this end we used the fuzzy controller TakagiSugeno (T-S) method that applies to chaotic systems.
Hence by the criterion of irreducibility, the chaotic system is properly characterized not merely as teleonomical, but teleological, the operation of which can be likened to an neo-Aristotelian pump or engine for breaking down and systematical replacing any information that is present initially by a final form.
1 Basic comparison between Qi hyper chaos and Lorenz chaotic system
Since its definition is simple, but its behavior hard to predict, Glass-Mackey chaotic system is proposed as a NN benchmark (Lapedes & Farber, 1987).
But Mr Clegg said he was the only party leader with the "courage" to confront a chaotic system which had been allowed to exist under previous Labour and Conservative administrations.
If a particular chaotic system is called the master or drive system and another chaotic system is called the slave or response system, then the idea of synchronization is to use the output of the master system to control the slave system so that the output of the response system tracks the output of the master system asymptotically.
Students, parents and universities complained of a chaotic system in which paperwork was lost and phone calls went unanswered.
Evan Aicardi-brother, If we look at the present chaotic system regarding the bus service in Cardiff, can we be certain that a repeat of this will not occur with rail services.