- The International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos is widely regarded as the leading journal in the exciting field of chaos and nonlinear science.ejournals.wspc.com.sg/journals/ijbc/ijbc.shtml
- Tutorials List of Examples Index Demos Software Links This is the virtual World of Bifurcation (WOB) Version January 2001 WOB combines a database of bifurcation problems with a tutorial on nonlinear phenomena. WOB is designed to be part of a virtual university. The approach is example-oriented and experimental. The emphasis is on examples that are application-oriented. Access: WOB will be kept ...www.bifurcation.de
- Pendulum dynamics ...monet.physik.unibas.ch/~elmer/pendulum/bif.htm
- Bifurcation Roughly speaking, a bifurcation is a qualitative change in an attractor's structure as a control parameter is smoothly varied. For example, a simple equilibrium, or fixed point attractor, might give way to a periodic oscillation as the stress on a system increases. Similarly, a periodic attractor might become unstable and be replaced by a chaotic attractor. In Benard convection, to ...www.exploratorium.edu/complexity/CompLexicon/bifurcation.html
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- Bifurcation Diagram Plotter (Version 1.0) By Junping Shi Introduction Function Graph The left-hand-side Graph is the graph of function f(u). The horizontal coordinate is the x-axis, the vertical coordinate is the y-coordinate. Parameters: Function: The formula of the function, only valid format is allowed. Number of points: The number of points to be plotted on the graph, and it is evenly ...www.math.wm.edu/~shij/java/bifurcation.html
- Some Applications ...www.sosmath.com/diffeq/first/bifurcation/bifurcation.html
- Bifurcations SPLITTING HAIRS... We have seen previously how as gain changes, the nature of the attractor changes. We talked about splitting of attractors, known as bifurcation. We have demonstrated geometrically how this bifurcation takes place. We have argued that a cascade of bifurcations is a precursor to chaos. Now we will begin to think of bifurcations as a characteristic of the logistic ...mcasco.com/bifurcat.html