The 2nd experimental chaos conference provided a multidisciplinary forum for the scientific and engineering communities to present recent developments of and techniques in nonlinear dynamics. Major themes included control, synchronization, signal detection/characterization and communication. Major fields of interest included lasers, fluids, magnetics, electronics, chemically reacting fluids, cardiology, neurobiology and environmental sciences. Contents:Experimental Studies of Chaotic Mixing (J M Ottino et al)Using Random Maps in the Analysis of Experimental Fluid Flows (J C Sommerer)Chaos, Patterns and Defects in Stimulated Scattering Phenomena (R G Harrison)Test of the Normal Form for a Subcritical Bifurcation (K Wiesenfeld et al)Controlling Symbolic Dynamics for Communication (S Hayes et al)Control of Chaos in a CO2 Laser (J M Perez et al)Transition from Soliton to Chaotic Motion During the Impact of a Nonlinear Structure (M A Davies a F C Moon)Sonoluminescence in a Single Bubble: Periodic, Quasiperiodic and Chaotic Light Source (R G Holt et al)Quantum Chaos Experiments Using Microwave Cavities (A Kudrolli a S Sridhar)When Small Noise Imposed on Deterministic Dynamics Becomes Important (M Franaszek a L Fronzoni)Chaos Control for Cardiac Arrhythmias (J N Weiss et al)Broad-Band Synchronization in Monkey Neocortex (S L Bressler et al)Applicability of Correlation Dimension Calculations to Blood Pressure Signal in Rats (Y Almog et al)Tests for Deterministic Chaos in Noisy Time Series (T Chang et al)The Crayfish Mechanoreceptor Cell: A Biological Example of Stochastic Resonance (E Pantazelou et al)Chaos During Heterogeneous Chemical Reactions (J L Hudson)Stabilizing and Tracking Unstable Periodic Orbits and Stationary States in Chemical Systems (V Petrov et al)Recursive Proportional-Feedback and Its Use to Control Chaos in an Electrochemical System (P Parmananda et al)Temperature Patterns on Catalytic Surfaces (D Luss)and other papers Readership: Physicists, mathematicians, engineers, biologists and chemists.keywords:(Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1990) 195. 7. R. P. Behringer, S. D. Meyers, and H. L.. 1. P. Manneville and Y. Pomeau, Phys. Lett. 75A (1979) 1. Fig. 1. Schematic diagram of an open spatial reactor: (a). 33 6. Conclusions 7. Acknowledgements 8.

Title | : | Proceedings of the 2nd Experimental Chaos Conference |

Author | : | W Ditto, L Pecora, S Vohra, M Shlesinger, M Spano |

Publisher | : | - 1995-02-23 |

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