Chaotic dynamical systems are the main topic of this book. Many readers, however, have grown up in the belief that most systems of interest are regular. The contrast between regular and chaotic behavior has to be well understood in order to appreciate the novel features in the chaotic systems. Therefore, this chapter is devoted to the discussion of the regular systems, and in particular to the display of some of the more challenging examples.
KeywordsPhase Space Integrable System Poisson Bracket Classical Trajectory Invariant Torus
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