Windows and credit in irreversibility

Gollub, Jerry; Pine, David
August 2007
Physics Today;Aug2007, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p14
Academic Journal
A response by Jerry Gollub and David Pine to letters to the editor about their article "Microscopic Irreversibility and Chaos" in the August 2006 issue is presented.


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