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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Walter De Gruyter Inc
With emphasis on stochastic aspects of deterministic systems this short book introduces the reader to the basic facts and some special topics of applied ergodic theory. It adresses advanced undergraduate and graduate students from various disciplines, i.e. mathematicians, physicists, electrical and mechanical engineers. Based upon a sound (but non-technical) mathematical introduction, a number of typical examples from applications (mostly from mechanics) are thoroughly discussed. By studying both probabilistic and deterministic features of dynamical systems the reader will develop what might be considered a unified view on chaos and chance as two sides of the same thing.Arno Berger is the author of 'Chaos and Chance: An Introduction to Stochastic Aspects of Dynamics (de Gruyter Textbook)', published 2001 under ISBN 9783110169904 and ISBN 3110169908.
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