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Chaos in Action

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Chaotic behaviour is between harmonic and random. It is not completely random as the name implies. Although chaotic systems can be analysed, they are predictable only in the short term. Many examples of chaotic systems exist. These include mechanical systems, electronic systems, the weather and even the human heart. The presentation will demonstrate a number of these systems and explain their behaviour. Applications of chaotic systems will also be presented. This will include the detection of heart fibrillation and using chaos in secure communication systems.

Talk is free for members, and £2 for non-members.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Physics Society series.

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