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Dynamical Systems Theory
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Estimating the Feigenbaum Constant from a One-Parameter Scaling Law
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Bouncing Bob Pendulum
Varying Period of a Damped Pendulum
Feigenbaum's Scaling Law for the Logistic Map
Feigenbaum's Scaling Relation for Superstable Parameter Values: "Bifurcation Diagram Helper"
2D Heat Diffusion Using a Search-Update-Feedback Cellular Automaton (SCA) Approach
Hopf Bifurcations in a Nonlinear Two-Dimensional Autonomous System
Dynamic Analysis of a Second-Order System with Harmonic Loading
Dynamics of Two Cylinders with Three Springs
Three Pendulums Connected by Two Springs
Flying to the Moon
Synchronization of Chaotic Attractors
Wind Tower Structure Represented by Generalized Single Degree of Freedom
Rocking Roly Poly Toy
Balancing a Double Inverted Pendulum in 2D or 3D
Free Response in a Second-Order System
Spatio-Temporal Epidemic Spread
Bifurcation Analysis of a Cubic Memristor Model
Population Sizes and Interactions during the Zombie Apocalypse
Ball Rolling without Slipping inside a Vertical Cylinder
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