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Definitions Of Chaos And Measuring Its Characteristics
Author(s): N B Abraham; A M Albano; B Das; T Mello; M.F. H Tarroja; N Tufillaro; R S Gioggia
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Paper Abstract

The topic of this symposium is Optical Chaos. It is essential for those working in this field to know how to recognize, identify and characterize chaotic behavior and how to distinguish it from noise. General principles, definitions of terminology, and some brief review and commentary on the current status of techniques for measuring chaos are presented.

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Date Published: 14 October 1986
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 0667, Optical Chaos, (14 October 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.938838
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N B Abraham, Bryn Mawr College (United States)
A M Albano, Bryn Mawr College (United States)
B Das, Bryn Mawr College (United States)
T Mello, Bryn Mawr College (United States)
M.F. H Tarroja, Bryn Mawr College (United States)
N Tufillaro, Bryn Mawr College (United States)
R S Gioggia, Widener University (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0667:
Optical Chaos
Neal Broadus Abraham; Jacek Chrostowski, Editor(s)

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