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Chaos theory is a mathematical field of study which states that non-linear dynamical systems
that are seemingly random are actually deterministic from much simpler equations. The
phenomenon of Chaos theory was introduced to the modern world by Edward Lorenz in 1972
with conceptualization of ‘Butterfly Effect’. As chaos theory was developed by inputs of
various mathematicians and scientists, it found applications in a large number of scientific
fields.
The purpose of the project is the interpretation of chaos theory which is not as familiar as
other theories. Everything in the universe is in some way or the other under control of Chaos
or product of Chaos. Every motion, behavior or tendency can be explained by Chaos Theory.
The prime objective of it is the illustration of Chaos Theory and Chaotic behavior.
This project includes origin, history, fields of application, real life application and limitations
of Chaos Theory. It explores understanding complexity and dynamics of Chaos.
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