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written by Dr. Larry Bradley
This webpage provides an overview of chaos theory and some of the surrounding ideas such as the Butterfly Effect and strange attractors. It uses many helpful images and diagrams, and it incorporates the history of discovering chaos theory.
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Keywords: chaos theory, fractals
Record Creator: Metadata instance created June 8, 2011 by Raina Khatri
Record Updated: Jun 08, 2011 by Ed Lee
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