Various types of dynamic stability were identified, such as strange attractors
(1995.2-1996.1), limit cycles (1996.2-1996.9) and also a combined stable state, which is a set of a fixed stable point, limit cycle and strange attractor
Procaccia, "Characterization of strange attractors
," Physical Review Letters, vol.
The principles, which could be, for example, innovation, flexibility, adaptability, knowledge sharing and learning, function as the strange attractors
which pull not just individual businesses, but the whole destination towards emergence.
Figure 5(e) shows this strange attractor
with m = 6.
are bounded chaotic systems with a long-term pattern.
Attractors are behaviors of nonlinear complex systems, and the most famous attractor is the Lorenz's strange attractor
, shown in the Figure 1.
Due to the symmetry of the vector field two mirrored strange attractors
are highly expected.
Lorenz  suggested the strange attractor
in a simple model of convection roll in the atmosphere.
Guckenheimer, "A strange, strange attractor
," in The Hopf Bifurcation and Its Applications, J.
Takens F (1981) Detecting strange attractors
Although errors in setting initial conditions inflate exponentially, a characteristic that inspired the name 'chaos,' points in the phase space of a chaotic system can also converge on, and subsequently remain in, the general vicinity of a specific region called a 'strange attractor
.' This attractor is nota point, however, as in the case of a representation of a stone coming to rest at the base of a hill, but has the peculiar characteristic of being a fractal.
More specifically, they show that strange attractors
with SRB measures exist.