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Nice light read with no technical complications added. It is a very approachable history of the development of research into dynamic systems, chaotic or complex systems.Published 23 days ago by Michael Forster
Anyone interested in nonlinear forecasting should read thisPublished 6 months ago by Mary C. Gillaspy
This book changed my life. I was 18, and preparing for the last exam of high school. This book was landed to me by a high school professor and I blasted through it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by don Pedro
The sad thing is that I lived so much of life without ever coming across fractals.
I have not learned as much new in a single book ever. Read more
Not a bad account of the development of chaos theory, but jumps around quite a bit, while at the same time leaving out some of the key players in what is now pretty universally... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Terry A Eddy
First time I came across with this book I was 15 years old and was roaming at an used bookstore. I bought it because the tittle seemed interesting and started reading. Read morePublished 13 months ago by André da Costa Ramos