Images from our research
The following images arise from research carried out by the faculty, organized by subfield.
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How can we calculate the probability density function that determines the statistical properties of chaotic orbits or trajectories? The animation above illustrates the chaotic trajectory taken by a population that starts at 20% capacity when the logistic equation of its population is $4x(1-x)$.
- Jiu Ding
How can we efficiently choose a monomial ordering during a dynamic algorithm to compute a Gröbner basis? The animation above illustrates how the growth of the basis increases dramatically the number of orderings we can choose.
The ground state and contour of the problem $\Delta u + u^3=0$, $u>0$ on $D$, $u=0$ on $\partial D$, with $D$ being a nonconcentric annular domain.