Some characterizations of strange sets View Full Text


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DATE

1987-03

AUTHORS

Mitchell J. Feigenbaum

ABSTRACT

A thermodynamic formalism is exhibited that is the canonical version of Halseyet al.'s microcanonical formulation. This formalism is applied to a four-scale Cantor set and it is shown that the singularity spectrum fails to uniquely encode the underlying dynamics.

PAGES

919-924

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  • 1980-02. The transition to aperiodic behavior in turbulent systems in COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
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    Journal of Statistical Physics

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    5-6

    VOLUME

    46

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