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CMLs: Constructive Approach to Spatiotemporal Chaos

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Complex Systems: Chaos and Beyond

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In physics, we are used to adopting a descriptive approach of nature. Often, one might assume that the macroscopic level of nature can be understood based on an understanding of the microscopic level. For example, the following chart flow is often applicable.

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Kaneko, K., Tsuda, I. (2001). CMLs: Constructive Approach to Spatiotemporal Chaos. In: Complex Systems: Chaos and Beyond. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-56861-9_3

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