The smallest such p is called the period of the attractor
5, p = 1, q = 1, r = 1, we observed an interesting scenario of the chaos development in the system: From the stationary state after doubling period bifurcation, the periodic regime with an attractor
consisting of two points occurs, from which, in its turn, a quasiperiodic regime and an attractor
of two annuli come up (see Figure 3.
Step 3: Evaluate the distribution of examples in each attractor
The pendulum attractor
can be seen in clients who hold rigid and extreme beliefs.
Patterns formed by torus attractors
are often described as doughnuts, or bagels, as round and round the same circle the events go, never exactly repeating themselves, but never leaving the circumscribed area.
The Present trials produced category means that were as expected with each additional target ATTRACTOR
added to the photograph reducing the reaction time in a linear fashion.
Paradoxically, the underlying attractors
that drive this behavior are quite simple: food and survival.
The type of attractor
represented by Plots 1, 2 and 5 on both scales is composed of many small oscillations nested in larger mood swings, whereas Plots 3 and 4, especially on the pleasure-pain scale, are dominated by smaller oscillations spanning less than the entire range.
In the context of your discussion of chaotic attractors
and openended systems, you said that humans were also part of an open system.
As the name suggests, an entity shaped by a point attractor
returns repeatedly to the same state as if drawn by a magnet.
For instance, the weather has two attractor
basins that, visually, produce oval swirls with a butterfly shape.
In many biological systems, the attractor
is the isoelectric state or cell death.