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Chaos computing researcher touts new silicon “chaogate”

Seeking to exploit the vast pattern formation properties of chaotic systems, a team of chaos computing researchers has created a silicon alternative to the conventional computer logic gate – the “chaogate.” The team behind the innovation says that it holds great significance for the semiconductor industry. Reporting their work in the journal Chaos, the researchers […]

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Crocheting Chaos

The mathematics journal Mathematical Intelligencer has published some intriguing instructions on how to crochet your very own model of chaos. Hinke Osinga and Bernd Krauskopf – both of Bristol University’s Department of Engineering Mathematics – have turned the Lorenz equations that describe the nature of chaotic systems into a real-life object, by crocheting computer-generated instructions. […]

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