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This is my second copy since I either misplaced or loaned it to someone. I have recommended it to quite a few people as it is interesting and not difficult to read.Published 18 days ago by Surya-Patricia Lane Hood
For those of you that understand just how this world works intuitively, this book will come to you as if just a fleeting thought. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steven Smith
Strogatz has bad ratemyprofessor.com reviews: late to class & leaves early, same with office hours—this book is no different—self-organization in chaos theory, that's about all you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by o ned
Hard subject explained in an easy way. It was very interesting to see all the cases presented.Published 3 months ago by Vladimir
This book has changed the way I think about the world, myself and nature of reality. I have always been fascinated by how order seems to arise out of chaos, Strogatz eschews this... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Gordon
It's s habit in modern science and engineering: always dive into the smallest and most intricate details. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Linda Ritter
This book does a great job of using visualisations to explain otherwise incomprehensible processes. At times, I had trouble grasping some things, but I have no background in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sarah
Riveting. Strogatz manages the astonishing feat of giving both the expert and the novice reader what they need to advance their understanding, feel the excitement of the field, and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. Nelson