UK Nonlinear News, February 2001.
In a number of ways, the iterates of mappings
x -> x2 +C of the real line to iself
exhibit behaviour that is representative of general chaotic dynamical
systems. The author discusses this behaviour and the remarkable
methods of complex-variable theory that unblock their mystery.
Mikhail Lyubich. The Quadratic Family as a Qualitatively Solvable Model of Chaos. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 47(9), October 2000, pages 1042-1052.
The National Library of Medicine will be indexing Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences in MEDLINE. It will probably take a couple months before the material that is already published will show up in the indexing service.
NDPLS is also indexed in PSYCINFO (American Psychological Association) and Social Sciences Abstracts/Index. Please keep us in mind as a possible venue for your work.
Source: Stephen Guastello ( 6155GUASTELL@marquette.edu)
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Vol 1, 2001, 4 issues
This interdisciplinary journal is devoted to publishing high quality papers in modeling, analyzing, quantifying and predicting stochastic phenomena in science and engineering from a dynamical systems point of view.
Papers can be about theory, experiments, algorithms, numerical simulation and applications.
Papers studying the dynamics of stochastic phenomena by means of random or stochastic ordinary, partial or functional differential equations or random mappings are particularly welcome, and so are studies of stochasticity in deterministic systems.
Occasionally, invited expository papers will also be published.
Mathematicians, physicists, biologists, engineers, economists etc. who are interested in developing and utilizing new dynamical systems techniques in the investigation of stochastic phenomena.
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