Chaos-theory definition

Any of various general mathematical theories of chaotic dynamical systems, such as the complex or nonlinear systems found in weather patterns, ecosystems, economic markets, and biological systems.
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The field of mathematics dealing with the unpredictability of complex dynamic systems, as in nature, with respect to chaos.
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An area of mathematics that deals with non-linear dynamic systems. Although the results may seem to be random, they actually arise from a deterministic process. Chaotic systems have a fractal dimension and are highly dependent on initial conditions. Fractals are geometric structures that appear to be similar when viewed at a wide range of magnifications.
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(mathematics) The study of iterative non-linear systems in which arbitrarily small variations in initial conditions become magnified over time.
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Attributive form of chaos theory.

Chaos-theory journal.

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