A Dynamical system in mathematics is a system whose state in any moment of time is a function of its state in the previous moment of time and the input. Dynamical systems, in the form of ordinary differential equations of discrete mappings, describe most physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. Dynamical systems theory studies the solutions of such equations and mappings and their dependence on the initial conditions and the parameters.
See Dynamical Systems.
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