A Nonlinear Dynamics Perspective of Wolfram's New Kind of by Leon O. Chua

By Leon O. Chua

This novel publication introduces mobile automata from a rigorous nonlinear dynamics point of view. It provides the lacking hyperlink among nonlinear differential and distinction equations to discrete symbolic research. a shockingly important interpretations of mobile automata by way of neural networks is additionally given. The ebook presents a scientifically sound and unique research, and classifications of the empirical effects awarded in Wolfram s huge New type of Science.
Volume 2: From Bernoulli Shift to 1/f Spectrum; Fractals in every single place; From Time-Reversible Attractors to the Arrow of Time; Mathematical starting place of Bernoulli -Shift Maps; The Arrow of Time; Concluding comments.

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It follows from Remark 1 above that every forward and backward time-1 map exhibited in Table 2 of Sec. 2 can be interpreted as a period-TΛ attractor of a continuous map f : [0, 1] → [0, 1] over the unit interval [0, 1]. 3. It follows from Remark 2 above that for every CA rule N , N = 0, 1, 2, . . , 255, and finite I, we can construct a continuous one-dimensional map f N : [0, 1] → [0, 1] which has a period-TΛ point coinciding with a period-TΛ attractor, or invariant orbit, of rule N . 4. It follows from Remark 3 above that since all attractors, or invariant orbits, of a CA rule N are disjoint sets of points over [0, 1], we can always construct a polynomial P N (x), x ∈ [0, 1], Chapter 4: From Bernoulli Shift to 1/F Spectrum which passes through all of these points.

In fact, a total of 224 out of 256 local rules have attractors that resemble those shown in Fig. 10, or their “compositions”. For an in-depth study of some of these rules in Sec. 5, and in Part V, as well as for future reference, a gallery of the forward time-1 map ρ1 [N ] and the backward time-1 map ρ†1 [N ] of up to three distinct attractors are exhibited in Table 2. For local rules with several qualitatively different attractors, their time-1 maps are printed in different colors. Unlike in Figs.

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