Chaos, Complexity And Transport: Theory And Applications - Proceedings Of The Cct '07
Xavier Leoncini, Cristel Chandre, George Zaslavsky
World Scientific, May 27, 2008 - Science - 376 pages
This book aims to provide the readers with a wide panorama of different aspects related to Chaos, Complexity and Transport. It consists of a collection of contributions ranging from applied mathematics to experiments, presented during the CCT'07 conference (Marseilles, June 4-8, 2007). The book encompasses different traditional fields of physics and mathematics while trying to keep a common language among the fields, and targets a nonspecialized audience.
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