UK Nonlinear News, August 2000
The final meeting of the Skew-Products Scheme 3 Network took place on Thursday 30th March at UMIST. Stefano Luzzatto (UMIST) spoke on ``Critical point behaviour and rates of mixing'', David Arrowsmith (QMW) on ``Deterministic modelling of packet traffic'', Philip Aston (Surrey) on ``Computation of Lyapunov exponents via partial integration with applications to blowout bifurcation'' and Nikita Sidorov (UMIST) on ``The fine structure of stationary measures for iterated function systems''. The talks were well-received by an audience of between 10 to 15 people, with many graduate students attending.
We thank the LMS for their generous support of this series of meetings.
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