Entropy of Bounding Tori
AbstractBranched manifolds that describe strange attractors in R3 can be enclosed in, and are organized by, canonical bounding tori. Tori of genus g are labeled by a symbol sequence, or “periodic orbit”, of period g-1. We show that the number of distinct canonical bounding tori grows exponentially like N(g) ~ eγ(g-1), with eγ = 3, so that the “bounding tori entropy” is log(3). View Full-Text
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Katriel, J.; Gilmore, R. Entropy of Bounding Tori. Entropy 2010, 12, 953-960.
Katriel J, Gilmore R. Entropy of Bounding Tori. Entropy. 2010; 12(4):953-960.Chicago/Turabian Style
Katriel, Jacob; Gilmore, Robert. 2010. "Entropy of Bounding Tori." Entropy 12, no. 4: 953-960.