Definition of chaology in English:

chaology

Line breaks: cha¦ol|ogy
Pronunciation: /keɪˈɒlədʒi
 
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noun

[mass noun] Physics
The study of chaotic systems.
More example sentences
  • Yet their treatment from a quantum point of view - a subject called quantum chaology - proves to be problematic.
  • In the lecture some concepts of the emerging science of chaology are illustrated by means of a simple machine.
  • The new, interdisciplinary subfield of quantum chaology studies semiclassical, but nonclassical phenomena in quantal systems whose classical counterparts exhibit the transition to chaotic dynamics.

Derivatives

chaologist

noun
More example sentences
  • Both of these clues should help quantum chaologists zero in on the one system that will prove the Riemann hypothesis.
  • Legend has it that a group of early chaologists in Santa Cruz would sit in cafes looking for strange attractors through the window.
  • Fractal scientists and chaologists, in contrast, operate from the assumption that natural systems are necessarily nonlinear, dynamic, and disordered.

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