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    Chaos, Complexity and Transport Theory and Applications

    ISBN-10: 9812818790
    ISBN-13: 9789812818799
    Edition: 2008
    Author(s): Cristel Chandre, Xavier Leoncini, George Zaslavsky
    Description: "This book aims to provide the readers with a wide panorama of different aspects related to Chaos, Complexity and Transport. It consists of a collection of contributions ranging from applied mathematics to experiments, presented during the CCT '07  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2008
    Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
    Publication Date: 6/30/2008
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 364
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.474
    Language: English

    "This book aims to provide the readers with a wide panorama of different aspects related to Chaos, Complexity and Transport. It consists of a collection of contributions ranging from applied mathematics to experiments, presented during the CCT '07 conference (Marseilles, June 4-8, 2007). The book encompasses different traditional fields of physics and mathematics while trying to keep a common language among the fields, and targets a nonspecialized audience."--BOOK JACKET.

    Out-of-equilibrium phase transitions in mean-field Hamiltonian dynamics
    Stochastic webs in multidimensions
    Chaotic geodesics
    A steady mixing flow with no-slip boundaries
    Complexity and entropy in colliding particle systems
    Wave condensation
    Transport in deterministic ratchets : periodic orbit analysis of a toy model
    Separatrix chaos : new approach to the theoretical treatment
    Giant acceleration in weakly-perturbed space-periodic Hamiltonian systems
    Local control of area-preserving maps
    Implications of topological complexity and Hamiltonian chaos in the edge magnetic field of toroidal fusion plasmas
    Experimental studies of advection-reaction-diffusion systems
    Non-diffusive transport in numerical simulations of magnetically-confined turbulent plasmas
    Rotating Rayleigh-Benard convection in cylinders
    Self-excited instabilities in plasmas containing dust particles (dusty or complex plasmas)
    Clustering properties of confined plasma turbulence signals
    Intermittency scenario of transition to chaos in plasma
    Nonlinear dynamics of Hamiltonian four-field model for magnetic reconnection in collisionless plasmas
    On the complexity of the neutral curve of oscillatory flows
    Generalized Keller-Segel models of chemotaxis : analogy with nonlinear mean field Fokker-Planck equations
    On switchability of a flow to the boundary in a periodically excited discontinuous dynamical system
    The formation of spiral arms and rings in barred galaxies
    Levy walks for energetic electrons detected by the Ulysses spacecraft at 5 AU
    Wave chaos and ghost orbits in an underwater sound channel
    Displacement effects on Fermi acceleration in randomized driven billiards
    Memory regeneration phenomenon in fractional depolarization of dielectrics
    Nodal pattern analysis for conductivity of quantum ring in magnetic field
    Application of the generalized alignment index (GALI) method to the dynamics of multi-dimensional symplectic maps

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