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Chaos: Making a New Science (James Gleick) (Popularity: ): An excerpt from the award-winning bestseller that brought the forefront of chaos research to public eye for the first time (includes link to bookstore site)
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The Computational Beauty of Nature (Popularity: ): Companion site for the book by Gary William Flake. Contains applets and source code for simulations of fractals, chaos, complex systems, and adaptation.
CompLexicon (Popularity: ): A cross-referenced guide to the concepts, terminology, and key figures of modern dynamics, the main tools used to investigate complexity in nature.
Emergence of Chaos (Popularity: ): Demonstration of how chaos emerges following a change in a parameter.
sci.nonlinear FAQ (Popularity: ): Version 1.5 (Sept. 2000) of the Frequently Asked Questions document for the newsgroup sci.nonlinear.
Chaos Research Group (Popularity: ): Interdisciplinary group at the University of Tennessee studying deterministic chaos and nonlinear dynamics in engineering systems.
Nonlinear Dynamics (Popularity: ): A comprehensive listing of nonlinear dynamics pages.
The Combustion Chaos Group (Popularity: ): Research at the University of Houston and the University of Texas at San Antonio on burner-stabilized premixed flames and techniques for analyzing pattern-forming systems.
Experimental Chaos Conference (Popularity: ): Biennial meeting focusing on experimental work in nonlinear dynamics and chaos.