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A strange attractor in the form of a two-lobed figure formed by a trajectory which spirals around the two lobes, passing randomly between them.
- ‘The Lorenz attractor is a set of differential equations which are popular in the field of Chaos.’
- ‘Then she could choose a second starting point only slightly different from the first to produce a new ‘trajectory ‘, or sequence of points, making up the Lorenz attractor.’’
- ‘As with other chaotic systems, the Lorenz attractor is very sensitive to these initial conditions.’
- ‘The Lorenz attractor (as it is called today) turned out to be a prototype for chaos in other dynamical systems.’
- ‘The attractors, known as Lorenz attractors, split the stress of the motion in two directions.’
1970s: named after Edward N. Lorenz (1917–2008), American meteorologist.
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