On the inherent self-excited macroscopic randomness of chaotic three-body system

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Liao, Shijun; Li, Xiaoming;
(2014)

What is the origin of macroscopic randomness (uncertainty)? This is one of the most fundamental open questions for human being. In this paper, 10000 samples of reliable (convergent), multiple-scale (from 1.0E-60 to 100) numerical simulations of a chaotic three-body syst... View more
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