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Chapter 2.1 - A Geometric Way Of ThinkingChapter 2.2 - Fixed Points And StabilityChapter 2.3 - Population GrowthChapter 2.4 - Linear Stability AnalysisChapter 2.5 - Existence And UniquenessChapter 2.6 - Impossibility Of OscillationsChapter 2.7 - PotentialsChapter 2.8 - Solving Equations On The ComputerChapter 3.1 - Saddle-node BifurcationChapter 3.2 - Transcritical Bifurcation

Chapter 3.3 - Laser ThresholdChapter 3.4 - Pitchfork BifurcationChapter 3.5 - Overdamped Bead On A Rotating HoopChapter 3.6 - Imperfect Bifurcations And CatastrophesChapter 3.7 - Insect OutbreakChapter 4.1 - Examples And DefinitionsChapter 4.2 - Uniform OscillatorChapter 4.3 - Nonuniform OscillatorChapter 4.4 - Overdamped PendulumChapter 4.5 - FirefliesChapter 4.6 - Superconducting Josephson JunctionsChapter 5.1 - Definitions And ExamplesChapter 5.2 - Classification Of Linear SystemsChapter 5.3 - Love AffairsChapter 6.1 - Phase PortraitsChapter 6.2 - Existence, Uniqueness, And Topological ConsequencesChapter 6.3 - Fixed Points And LinearizationChapter 6.4 - Rabbits Versus SheepChapter 6.5 - Conservative SystemsChapter 6.6 - Reversible SystemsChapter 6.7 - PendulumChapter 6.8 - Index TheoryChapter 7.1 - ExamplesChapter 7.2 - Ruling Out Closed OrbitsChapter 7.3 - Poincaré−bendixson TheoremChapter 7.4 - Liénard SystemsChapter 7.5 - Relaxation OscillationsChapter 7.6 - Weakly Nonlinear OscillatorsChapter 8.1 - Saddle-node, Transcritical, And Pitchfork BifurcationsChapter 8.2 - Hopf BifurcationsChapter 8.3 - Oscillating Chemical ReactionsChapter 8.4 - Global Bifurcations Of CyclesChapter 8.5 - Hysteresis In The Driven Pendulum And Josephson JunctionChapter 8.6 - Coupled Oscillators And QuasiperiodicityChapter 8.7 - Poincaré MapsChapter 9.1 - A Chaotic WaterwheelChapter 9.2 - Simple Properties Of The Lorenz EquationsChapter 9.3 - Chaos On A Strange AttractorChapter 9.4 - Lorenz MapChapter 9.5 - Exploring Parameter SpaceChapter 9.6 - Using Chaos To Send Secret MessagesChapter 10.1 - Fixed Points And CobwebsChapter 10.2 - Logistic Map: NumericsChapter 10.3 - Logistic Map: AnalysisChapter 10.4 - Periodic WindowsChapter 10.5 - Liapunov ExponentChapter 10.6 - Universality And ExperimentsChapter 10.7 - RenormalizationChapter 11.1 - Countable And Uncountable SetsChapter 11.2 - Cantor SetChapter 11.3 - Dimension Of Self-similar FractalsChapter 11.4 - Box DimensionChapter 11.5 - Pointwise And Correlation DimensionsChapter 12.1 - The Simplest ExamplesChapter 12.2 - Hénon MapChapter 12.3 - Rössler SystemChapter 12.4 - Chemical Chaos And Attractor ReconstructionChapter 12.5 - Forced Double-well Oscillator

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This textbook is aimed at newcomers to nonlinear dynamics and chaos, especially students taking a first course in the subject. The presentation stresses analytical methods, concrete examples, and geometric intuition.

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