Mathematical Mountains Steve Brunton (GS) Dept. of... - Wissenschaft und Deutsch (on Hiatus)
Mathematical MountainsSteve Brunton (GS)Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
This is an excerpt from the bifurcation diagram of a logistic map. This logistic map models population dynamics with reproduction and limited resources, and it is often used as an example of a phenomenon known as “the period-doubling route to chaos.” Typical of chaos, many regions in the figure exhibit self-similarity. This picturesque landscape reflects the order that emerges out of chaos.
Mathematical Mountains
Steve Brunton (GS)
Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
This is an excerpt from the bifurcation diagram of a logistic map. This logistic map models population dynamics with reproduction and limited resources, and it is often used as an example of a phenomenon known as “the period-doubling route to chaos.” Typical of chaos, many regions in the figure exhibit self-similarity. This picturesque landscape reflects the order that emerges out of chaos.