Lecture Notes

Lectures are prepared and given by students. See Preparing Lectures ( PDF) for guidance in preparing and giving lectures.

The following table contains lecture notes created by the students for their own lectures.

SES # TOPICS LECTURE NOTES
1

Student Lecture

Examples of Dynamical Systems

Orbits

( PDF) (Courtesy of Jeremy Hurwitz. Used with permission.)
2 Mathematica® Lab  
3

Student Lecture

Graphical Analysis of Orbits

Fixed and Periodic Points

( PDF) (Courtesy of Glenn Austin Ford. Used with permission.)
4 Mathematica® Lab  
5

Student Lecture

Bifurcations

( PDF) (Courtesy of Alan Dunn. Used with permission.)
6 Writing Feedback  
7

Student Lecture

The Quadratic Family

( PDF) (Courtesy of Wesley Mckinney. Used with permission.)
8 Writing Feedback  
9

Student Lecture

Transition to Chaos

( PDF) (Courtesy of Yevgeny K. Zaytman. Used with permission.)
10

Student Lecture

Symbolic Dynamics

( PDF) (Courtesy of Alenjandro Ochoa. Used with permission.)
11

Student Lecture

Chaos

 
12

Student Lecture

Sarkovskii’s Theorem

( PDF) (Courtesy of Jeremy Hurwitz. Used with permission.)
13

Student Lecture

Sarkovskii’s Theorem (cont.)

The Role of the Critical Orbit

( PDF) (Courtesy of Wesley Mckinney. Used with permission.)
14

Student Lecture

Newton’s Method

Fractals

( PDF 1) (Courtesy of Yevgeny K. Zaytman. Used with permission.)

( PDF 2) (Courtesy of Alejandro Ochoa. Used with permission.)

15

Student Lecture

Fractals (cont.)

( PDF) (Courtesy of Alan Dunn. Used with permission.)

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