Lorenz butterfly

Lorenz butterfly

[‚lȯr·ənz ′bəd·ər‚flī]
(physics)
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However, in the range a [member of] (40, 43), the proposed system behaves chaotically and various strange attractors with a low similarity to Lorenz butterfly are found (see Figure 13).
But the overall pattern can always be identified as the Lorenz butterfly. It's an example of both the sensitive dependence on initial conditions and the distinctive patterns that are characteristic of chaotic systems.