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Feigenbaum, Mitchell

[fiygenbowm]

(1945 --)

Mathematician, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is one of a small group of scientists who in the 1970s were growing more concerned about the inability of science to explain irregular occurrences in everyday life, such as the shape of clouds, the irregular flow from a dripping tap, and many other events that could be described as chaotic. He developed the mathematics of what is now called Chaos Theory, used in fields such as meteorology, aerodynamics, and ecology.


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