This book presents a select group of papers that provide a comprehensive view of the models and applications of chaos theory
in medicine, biology, ecology, economy, electronics, mechanical, and the human sciences. Covering both the experimental and
theoretical aspects of the subject, it examines a range of current topics of interest. It considers the problems arising in
the study of discrete and continuous time chaotic dynamical systems modeling the several phenomena in nature and society-highlighting
powerful techniques being developed to meet these challenges that stem from the area of nonlinear dynamical systems theory.