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# Chaos Theory (7)

## Winner

### InterFACE (Internet Fractal and Chaos Education)

1997
See math create beautiful images! InterFACE offers a series of lessons and quizzes on fractals and chaos theory.
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### Chaos Theory: Randomness with Purpose

2007
Chaos theory and it's implications and uses in several different areas of science.
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### A Route into Chaos: The Logistic Equation

2000
This is an essay about the chaos in the so-called logistic equation, an equation describing the development of a population. We show you how the Feigenbaum diagram arises and what the Lyapunov exponents are. This essay is in English and German.
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### Fractals and Chaos

1999
Its goal is to educate high school students (with backgrounds in algebra) about chaos theory and fractals, with a conceptual overview, historical references, and also some fractal math.
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### Chaos & Fractals

1996
Welcome to the Chaos & Fractals web page. Enter to learn more about these two math concepts.
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### Chaos, Randomness, and Fractal Geometry

1996
Welcome to what some might call the scientific version of Beauty (art) and the Beast (math). This site examines and explains Chaos Theory, Dynamic Systems, and Fractal Geometry. Explore the concepts of how things can be simple yet complex, orderly yet random. Find out how complicated math can create simply beautiful fractal designs and how these theories are being used by scientists in their attempts to solve some of the unexplained mysteries of science.
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### In a World of Order, Chaos Reigns

1996
A chaotic washing machine? That's right. In 1993, Goldstar Company created the first consumer product to exploit "chaos theory." This washing machine was supposed to produce cleaner and less-tangled clothes. Chaos theory attempts to explain the fact that complex and unpredictable results can and will occur in systems that are sensitive to their initial conditions. The history of chaos theory is explained along with other real-life examples.
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