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By Jean-René Chazottes, Bastien Fernandez

This ebook is ready the dynamics of coupled map lattices (CML) and of similar spatially prolonged platforms. it will likely be valuable to post-graduate scholars and researchers looking an outline of the state of the art and of open difficulties during this zone of nonlinear dynamics. The detailed function of this ebook is that it describes the (mathematical) concept of CML and a few similar platforms and their phenomenology, with a few examples of CML modeling of concrete structures (from physics and biology). extra accurately, the booklet offers with statistical homes of (weakly) coupled chaotic maps, geometric features of (chaotic) CML, monotonic spatially prolonged structures, and dynamical versions of particular organic systems.

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