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Thermodynamics Of Chaotic Systems: An Introduction by Christian Beck

Thermodynamics Of Chaotic Systems: An Introduction by Christian Beck

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Author
Christian Beck
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Date of release
Pages
306
ISBN
9780521433679
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Hardcover
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This book deals with the various thermodynamic concepts used for the analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems. The most important invariants used to characterize chaotic systems are introduced in a way that stresses the interconnections with thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. Among the subjects treated are probabilistic aspects of chaotic dynamics, the symbolic dynamics technique, information measures, the maximum entropy principle, general thermodynamic relations, spin systems, fractals and multifractals, expansion rate and information loss, the topological pressure, transfer operator methods, repellers and escape. The more advanced chapters deal with the thermodynamic formalism for expanding maps, thermodynamic analysis of chaotic systems with several intensive parameters, and phase transitions in nonlinear dynamics.


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