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By Pierre Collet, M. Courbage, S. Métens, A. Neishtadt, G. Zaslavsky

This e-book deals a contemporary up-to-date evaluate at the most crucial actions in this present day dynamical structures and statistical mechanics via the superior specialists within the area. It offers a latest and pedagogical view on theories of classical and quantum chaos and complexity in hamiltonian and ergodic platforms and their functions to anomalous delivery in fluids, plasmas, oceans and atom-optic units and to regulate of chaotic shipping. The publication is issued from lecture notes of the foreign summer season institution on "Chaotic Dynamics and delivery in Classical and Quantum structures" held in Cargèse (Corsica) 18th to the thirtieth August 2003. It displays the spirit of the varsity to supply lectures on the post-doctoral point on uncomplicated recommendations and instruments. the 1st half matters ergodicity and combining, complexity and entropy services, SRB measures, fractal dimensions and bifurcations in hamiltonian platforms. Then, types of dynamical evolutions of shipping procedures in classical and quantum platforms were principally defined. the second one half matters shipping in fluids, plasmas and reacting media. nevertheless, new experiments of chilly optically trapped atoms and electrodynamics hollow space were completely awarded. eventually, numerous papers endure on synchronism and keep watch over of chaos.

The target market of the court cases are physicists, mathematicians and all scientists keen on Chaos and Dynamical platforms conception and their basic purposes in Physics and within the technology of advanced and Nonlinear phenomena.

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Generates a “universal” dynamical system that generates all bounded observables. i Fix an observable a = (a0 , a1 , . ) and denote by M the set clos ∞ i=0 T a , the set of limiting points of the orbit {T i a }. We say that an observable a = ( a0 , a1 , . . ) is deterministically generated if 1 The fractal dimension dimB M = b < ∞ (16) 2 The topological entropy of f = T |M , h(f ) < ∞. (17) Because of the Ma˜ ne Theorem (see for instance[8]), the condition 16 implies that, generally speaking, for any n ≥ 2b + 1 the system (f t , M ) is topologically conjugated to the system generated by the map Tˆ : (ak , .

Bowen who introduced this quantity in the theory of dynamical systems [34, 20]. 2. Dynamical Chaos We give a definition of dynamical chaos following mainly Takens’ ideas see [39, 40] and [8]. Dynamical Chaos in Terms of the -complexity 41 We say that a signal (an observable) φ(t) is generated by a dynamical system (f t , M ) if there exist an initial point x0 belonging to M and the function ψ : M → R such that φ(t) = ψ(f t x0 ). Consider the case of discrete time t ∈ Z. Introduce space of all bounded observables b = {a = (a0 , a1 , .

Clearly the expectation of the velocity directions at all time εi (x, ε) with respect to the invariant measure is zero and its autocorrelation coefficients are < εn , ε0 >=< Vχn (1), 1) >. 18) k=0 This result holds also for the absolute value. While the distance traveled by the particle along the x-direction is alway xn = nα, the distance traveled by the particle along y-direction depend on the initial condition (x, ε) and seems as a random walk. 19) 24 The mean value of Sn over the initial conditions is zero and the problem is to estimate the asymptotic behavior of the variance of Sn .

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