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CHAOTICMAPS: MATLAB function to generate chaotic 1D and 2D discrete maps


  • Shapour Mohammadi

    () (University of Tehran)


This mfile is for generating chaotic 1D and 2D discrete maps. If you need more realizations(observations) you can increase N, otherwise less observations are needed please decrease N to any number that you want. Also one can changes parameters generating other form of chaotic maps. The code generates noisy series by adding random numbers with mean aero and standard deviation of 0.1.One can increase or decrease noise level simply by changing Noise level. Note that this noise is observational noise, for inducing system noise, one should add the noise inside of the loop.

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  • Shapour Mohammadi, 2009. "CHAOTICMAPS: MATLAB function to generate chaotic 1D and 2D discrete maps," Statistical Software Components T7415013, Boston College Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:t741513

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