By Peter Ashwin, Alastair M. Rucklidge, Rob Sturman (auth.), Arkady Pikovsky, Yuri Maistrenko (eds.)
Synchronization is a common phenomenon that's encountered in nature, technological know-how and engineering. The e-book provides a huge view of recent theoretical and experimental methods to synchronization, specifically in advanced and chaotic platforms, and its purposes in existence sciences and engineering. individuals comprise utilized mathematicians, physicists, biologists, and experts in communications and keep an eye on thought. The examine of synchronization is gifted in its many facets: simple mathematical concept, numerical simulation of complicated structures, purposes of equipment in theoretical physics, experimental implementation, and functions in engineering and existence sciences.
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