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Critical junctures in the life of a chaotic attractor

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This article uses the logistic map as an example to illustrate the vagaries that afflict a chaotic attractor in the course of its progress along a path of varying parameter. Several critical junctures, called crises, are encountered, where the chaotic attractor either goes boom or bust!

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Correspondence to N. Ananthkrishnan or Tuhin Sahai.

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Ananthkrishnan, N., Sahai, T. Crises. Reson 6, 19–33 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02837669

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