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Table 12. Feigenbaums constant in the Poincare map

Liapunov exponent. To determine the chaotic motion in the system described by (1) it is necessary to calculate the largest Lyapunov exponent. If d0 is a measure of the initial distance between the two starting points, at a small but later time the distance is



The divergence of chaotic orbits can only be locally exponential, since if the system is bounded, as most physical experiments are, d(t) cannot go to infinity. Thus, to define a measure of this divergence of orbits, we must average the exponential growth at many points along a trajectory. One begins with a reference trajectory and a point on a nearby trajectory and measures . When d(t) becomes too large (i.e, the growth departs from exponential behavior), one looks for a new “nearby” trajectory and defines a new . One can define the first Lyapunov exponent by the expression

the motion is chaotic if the corresponding largest Lyapunov exponent is positive. For this calculation ([7]), in the case of concrete case of Chaotic motion in (2.2), we represent the equation (1) in the form :



(9)

Let is a three dimension vector and is a reference trajectory of the system (3), where is the initial condition. The variational equation corresponding to this reference trajectory is

,

where and the matrix depends on

. (10)

If this initial condition is chosen at random, then it is likely to have a component that lies in the direction of the largest positive eigenvalue of




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