1980 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS)
Julien Clinton Sprott focuses on Chaotic, Attractor, Control theory, Statistical physics and Applied mathematics. His Chaotic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quadratic equation, Simple, Mathematical analysis and Nonlinear system. His Attractor study combines topics in areas such as Parameter space, Classical mechanics, Multistability, Fractal and Chaotic systems.
Julien Clinton Sprott combines subjects such as Electrical network, Synchronization of chaos, Electronic circuit and Jerk with his study of Control theory. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Statistical physics, focusing on Line and, on occasion, Oscillation. His research investigates the link between Applied mathematics and topics such as Lorenz system that cross with problems in Bifurcation.
His primary scientific interests are in Chaotic, Attractor, Statistical physics, Plasma and Atomic physics. His study looks at the relationship between Chaotic and fields such as Applied mathematics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Attractor study incorporates themes from Discrete mathematics, Multistability, Classical mechanics and Bifurcation.
The Statistical physics study combines topics in areas such as Dynamical systems theory, Parameter space, Ergodicity, Dissipative system and Chaotic systems. The study incorporates disciplines such as Magnetic field and Electric field in addition to Plasma. His study in the field of Nonlinear system and Lorenz system also crosses realms of Synchronization.
His primary areas of study are Chaotic, Attractor, Statistical physics, Control theory and Nonlinear system. The concepts of his Chaotic study are interwoven with issues in Quadratic equation, Applied mathematics, Multistability and Topology. His work deals with themes such as Lyapunov exponent, State space, Classical mechanics, Simple and Chaotic systems, which intersect with Attractor.
His Statistical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chaotic flow, Polarity, Lorenz system and Bifurcation. His Control theory research incorporates elements of Amplitude, Amplitude control, Synchronization of chaos and Electronic circuit. His research in Nonlinear system intersects with topics in Artificial intelligence and Pattern recognition.
Julien Clinton Sprott mainly focuses on Chaotic, Attractor, Statistical physics, Multistability and Control theory. Julien Clinton Sprott has included themes like Dynamical systems theory, Lattice, Topology and Jerk in his Chaotic study. The various areas that Julien Clinton Sprott examines in his Attractor study include Discrete mathematics, Lyapunov exponent, Pure mathematics, Periodic function and Simple.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Statistical physics, Feature is strongly linked to Chaotic systems. Julien Clinton Sprott has researched Multistability in several fields, including Initial value problem, Linear map, Classical mechanics, DC bias and Bipolar signal. His Control theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Signal conditioning, Synchronization of chaos, Amplitude control and Applied mathematics.
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Chaos and time-series analysis
Julien Clinton Sprott.
Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers
Robert C. Hilborn;J. C. Sprott.
American Journal of Physics (1994)
Some simple chaotic flows.
J. C. Sprott.
Physical Review E (1994)
Chaos in fractional-order autonomous nonlinear systems
Wajdi M. Ahmad;J.C. Sprott.
Chaos Solitons & Fractals (2003)
Elegant Chaos: Algebraically Simple Chaotic Flows
Julien Clinton Sprott.
A new class of chaotic circuit
J C. Sprott.
Physics Letters A (2000)
Simple chaotic systems and circuits
J. C. Sprott.
American Journal of Physics (2000)
Simple chaotic flows with a line equilibrium
Sajad Jafari;J.C. Sprott.
Chaos Solitons & Fractals (2013)
The Madison Symmetric Torus
R. N. Dexter;D. W. Kerst;T. W. Lovell;S. C. Prager.
Fusion Technology (1990)
Elementary quadratic chaotic flows with no equilibria
Sajad Jafari;J.C. Sprott;S. Mohammad Reza Hashemi Golpayegani.
Physics Letters A (2013)
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