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There are very few concise introductions to chaos and its applications, so this one is well worth reading.
I found some of the jargon and math ideas intimidating and didn't feel like I was comprehending all of the concepts that the author was trying to communicate.
That is not to say it was not a very helpful introduction, but this is a very complex and potentially daunting subject.
An excellent introduction for the informed reader. It is not exhaustive, but is a good primer before digging deeper into the subject.Published 7 months ago by Bruntleby
I found this in an interesting, but difficult read. That is not to say it was not a very helpful introduction, but this is a very complex and potentially daunting subject. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mark Abrams
Covers the topics that I was interested in reading about.
This book appears to be an original work by the author, although there may be
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This book was a required for a class, but I still found it really interesting. If you are into math or science I would recommend it.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
this topic is too interesting, but it can be easily messed up by bad explanations
this book is an excellent introduction, using clear real world examples and relating them to... Read more
While readable and accurate, the book has two main flaws. First, there already exists an excellent book on chaos for the general (non-scientist) reader: Gleick's "Chaos: Making a... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by Raghuveer Parthasarathy
I am a physicist with a PhD who likes reading almost anything on physics, astronomy, and mathematics. These "... Read morePublished on September 17, 2009 by B. Weber