Previously we wrote about randomly generated attractors. That time we have used Wolfram CDF technology to power the interactive applet. This technology has a serious drawback that you have to have installed specific additional software to be able to use it. As of now we have replaced the old app with HTML5-based interactive applet. This applet can be run on almost any modern web browser without a need to have any additional software preinstalled.
In classical physics differential equations is the main tool to mathematically describe dynamical systems. Having obtained the mathematical descriptions of the system we should be able to predict the evolution of the system. It is noted that the evolution of the classical systems is pretty trivial – no matter what the initial condition is the system will “find” the stable state. Usually dissipative forces (such as frictions) are to be blamed for this. Though not all systems are so simple… Continue reading “Randomly generated strange attractors” »