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By Sergiy Kolyada, Yuri Manin, Thomas Ward, Iu. I. Manin
This quantity features a selection of articles from the targeted software on algebraic and topological dynamics and a workshop on dynamical platforms held on the Max-Planck Institute (Bonn, Germany). It displays the extreme power of dynamical structures in its interplay with a extensive diversity of mathematical matters. subject matters lined within the publication comprise asymptotic geometric research, transformation teams, mathematics dynamics, advanced dynamics, symbolic dynamics, statistical homes of dynamical platforms, and the idea of entropy and chaos. The e-book is appropriate for graduate scholars and researchers drawn to dynamical structures
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Algebraic And Topological Dynamics: Algebraic And Topological Dynamics, May 1-july 31, 2004, Max-planck-institut Fur Mathematik, Bonn, Germany by Sergiy Kolyada, Yuri Manin, Thomas Ward, Iu. I. Manin