The evolution of dynamical systems
Dynamical systems are mathematical models of evolution. They consist of a mathematical object and a set of rules that define how this object changes in time. Most sophisticated dynamical systems are used in physics, but in general dynamical systems are useful in all branches of science as well as the humanities.
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