Chaos is the idea that a system will produce very different long-term behaviors when the initial conditions are perturbed
only slightly. Chaos is used for novel, time- or energy-critical interdisciplinary applications. Examples include high-performance
circuits and devices, liquid mixing, chemical reactions, biological systems, crisis management, secure information processing,
and critical decision-making in politics, economics, as well as military applications, etc. This book presents the latest
investigations in the theory of chaotic systems and their dynamics. The book covers some theoretical aspects of the subject
arising in the study of both discrete and continuous-time chaotic dynamical systems. This book presents the state-of-the-art
of the more advanced studies of chaotic dynamical systems.