Definitions for "Strange Attractor"
An attractor in phase space, where the points never repeat themselves, and orbits never intersect, but they stay within the same region of phase space. Unlike limit cycles or point attractors, strange attractors are non-periodic, and generally have a fractal dimension. They are a picture of a non-linear, chaotic system. See: Attractor, Chaos, Limit Cycle, Point Attractor.
N-point attractor in which N equals infinity. Usually (perhaps always) self-similar in form.
Submitted By The Authors A Strange Attractor is the limit set of a chaotic trajectory. A Strange Attractor is an attractor that is topologically from a periodic orbit or a limit cycle. It can also be considered a fractal attractor.
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