Elements in Dynamical Systems

Elements in Dynamical Systems provides a forum for extended articles on both pure and applied nonlinear dynamical systems research, relevant to a broad and multi-disciplinary readership from physics, mathematics, biology, and engineering. The series is loosely structured around the annual Dynamics Days Europe conference and draws content both from plenary speakers and from leading researchers further afield. Key topics covered include:

  • Chaotic systems

  • Complex systems and Network theory

  • Bifurcation theory

  • Ergodic theory

  • Fluid dynamics

  • Numerical analysis methods for dynamical systems

  • Stochastic processes

  • Non-equilibrium statistical physics

  • Pattern formation

  • Environmental Dynamics and Ecology

  • Neuro-dynamics

  • Time series analysis

  • Machine Learning for Dynamical Systems


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