## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 3Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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they comprise a set of zero measure , which means the chance of choosing one

of these special

time sequences generated by the vast majority of possible

...

they comprise a set of zero measure , which means the chance of choosing one

of these special

**initial**conditions by accident is nil . ) It is very easy to see that thetime sequences generated by the vast majority of possible

**initial**conditions is as...

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0 that once the

difference equations are uniquely determined for all time , this does not mean

that it is humanly possible to find the solution for all time . If nearby

conditions ...

0 that once the

**initial**conditions are specified the solution of the differential ordifference equations are uniquely determined for all time , this does not mean

that it is humanly possible to find the solution for all time . If nearby

**initial**conditions ...

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baking analogy we could imagine that ( xo , yo ) specifies the

a raisin in the dough . ) For almost all

by this simple , deterministic map will be chaotic . Because the evolution of the ...

baking analogy we could imagine that ( xo , yo ) specifies the

**initial**coordinate ofa raisin in the dough . ) For almost all

**initial**conditions , the trajectories generatedby this simple , deterministic map will be chaotic . Because the evolution of the ...

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### Contents

Andrew J Heymsfield | 353 |

Coal Geology | 371 |

Celestial Mechanics 1 Colin R Ward | 409 |

Copyright | |

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