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What is this business called "chaos"? What does it deal with? Why do people think it's important? And how did the term "chaos" - long associated with disorder - come to signify a new paradigm in the orderly realm of mathematics?
The concept of chaos is one of the most exciting and rapidly expanding research topics of recent decades. Chaos might underlie many kinds of well-known processes - the performance of the stock market, the weather, the cries of newborn babies, the dripping of a leaky faucet, and more.
I tried to make an accessible introduction on chaos theory. Style is informal and nontechnical. You're not required to have a particular background in mathematics to understand the content. Reading it is particularly easy, and it provides the basics to more advanced topics on chaos theory.
The book is richly illustrated with images, and videos, and uses the resources of interactivity offered by modern e-book technology.