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The Cambridge Nonlinear Science Series is an international series that addresses all aspects of contemporary research in classical and quantum nonlinear dynamics, both deterministic and nondeterministic, at the level of graduate text and monograph. The flavour is intended to be an approximately equal blend of experimental and theoretical works, with the emphasis in the latter on testable results. Specific subject areas suitable for consideration include: Hamiltonian and dissipative chaos; squeezed states and applications of quantum measurement theory; pattern selection, formation and recognition; networks and learning systems; complexity in low- and high-dimensional systems and random noise; cellular automata; fully developed, weak and phase turbulence; reaction-diffusion systems; bifurcation theory and applications; self-structured states leading to chaos; the physics of interfaces, including fractal and multifractal growth; and simulations used in studies of these topics.

  • General Editors: Boris Chirikov, Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia, Predrag Cvitanovic, Niels Bohr Institutet, Copenhagen , Frank Moss, University of Missouri, St Louis , Harry Swinney, University of Texas, Austin
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