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- A first course in chaotic dynamical systems : theory and experiment
- An introduction to chaos in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics
- An introduction to chaotic dynamical systems
- An introduction to chaotic dynamical systems
- Applied nonlinear dynamics : analytical, computational, and experimental methods
- Bifurcation and chaos : theory and applications
- Celestial encounters : the origins of chaos and stability
- Chaos
- Chaos : from theory to applications
- Chaos and fractals : new frontiers of science
- Chaos and integrability in nonlinear dynamics : an introduction
- Chaos and nonlinear dynamics : an introduction for scientists and engineers
- Chaos and order in the capital markets : a new view of cycles, prices, and market volatility
- Chaos and quantum chaos
- Chaos and quantum chaos : proceedings of the Eighth Chris Engelbrecht Summer School on Theoretical Physics, held at Blydepoort, eastern Transvaal, South Africa, 13-24 January 1992
- Chaos and statistical methods : proceedings of the Sixth Kyoto Summer Institute, Kyoto, Japan, September 12-15, 1983
- Chaos expansions, multiple Wiener-Itô integrals and their applications
- Chaos for engineers : theory, applications, and control
- Chaos for engineers : theory, applications, and control
- Chaos in classical and quantum mechanics
- Chaos in discrete dynamical systems : a visual introduction in 2 dimensions
- Chaos in dynamic systems
- Chaos in systems with noise
- Chaos, catastrophe, and human affairs : applications of nonlinear dynamics to work, organizations, and social evolution
- Chaos, dynamics, and fractals : an algorithmic approach to deterministic chaos
- Chaos, fractals, and dynamics
- Chaotic and fractal dynamics : an introduction for applied scientists and engineers
- Chaotic behaviour of deterministic dissipative systems
- Chaotic dynamics : theory and applications to economics
- Chaotic dynamics and fractals
- Chaotic dynamics of nonlinear systems
- Chaotic evolution and strange attractors : the statistical analysis of time series for deterministic nonlinear systems
- Chaotic motions in nonlinear dynamical systems
- Chaotic transport in dynamical systems
- Chaotic vibrations : an introduction for applied scientists and engineers
- Chemical chaos
- Coexistence and persistence of strange attractors
- Coping with chaos : analysis of chaotic data and the exploitation of chaotic systems
- Differential equations, dynamical systems, and an introduction to chaos
- Dimension estimation and models
- Discrete dynamical systems and chaos
- Disorder and fracture
- Dynamical chaos : models and experiments : appearance routes and structure of chaos in simple dynamical systems
- Dynamical systems and fractals : computer graphics experiments in Pascal
- Dynamics of complex systems
- Dynamics of nonlinear waves in dissipative systems : reduction, bifurcation and stability
- Fractal market analysis : applying chaos theory to investment and economics
- Fractal physiology
- Fractals and chaos in geology and geophysics
- Fractals and disordered systems
- Geometry and analysis in nonlinear dynamics
- Global bifurcations and chaos : analytical methods
- Hamiltonian systems : chaos and quantization
- Invariant manifold theory for hydrodynamic transition
- Mathematics of fractals
- Mechanics : from Newton's laws to deterministic chaos
- Nonlinear dynamics and Chaos : with applications to physics, biology, chemistry, and engineering
- Nonlinear dynamics, chaos, and instability : statistical theory and economic evidence
- Nonlinearities in action : oscillations, chaos, order, fractals
- Order within chaos : towards a deterministic approach to turbulence
- Perspectives of nonlinear dynamics
- Positive transfer operators and decay of correlations
- Practical numerical algorithms for chaotic systems
- Qualitative theory of dynamical systems
- Quantum chaos : between order and disorder : a selection of papers
- Random fluctuations and pattern growth : experiments and models
- Symmetry in chaos : a search for pattern in mathematics, art and nature
- The Nature of chaos
- The edge of chaos : financial booms, bubbles, crashes, and chaos
- The edge of organization : chaos and complexity theories of formal social systems
- The kinematics of mixing : stretching, chaos, and transport
- The road to chaos
- Time, process, and structured transformation in archaeology
- Turbulence, strange attractors, and chaos
- Universality in chaos : a reprint selection
- Weak chaos and quasi-regular patterns

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