chaos

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İngilizce - Türkçe
karmaşa
kargaşa
velvele
kıyamet
{i} kaos

İklim değişimi, iç savaş,finansal zorluk ve altyapısal kaosun hepsi bu ülkede karışıklığa neden olmuştu. - Climate change, civil war, financial hardship, and infrastructural chaos have all caused turmoil in this country.

Çarpık kentleşme ve kaos pek çok planlama sorunları yaratır. - Urban sprawl and chaos create many planning problems.

karışıklık
{i} keşmekeş
chaos environment
kaos ortamı
chaotically
karmakarışık bir şekilde
chaotic
karma karışık
chaotic
alt üst
chaotic
kaotik

O, kaotik koşullarda büyüdü. - She grew up in chaotic circumstances.

Durum kaotik hale geldi. - The situation became chaotic.

chaotically
fidan
chaotic
karmakarışık

O biraz karmakarışıktı. - It was a little chaotic.

O biraz karmakarışıktı. - It's been kind of chaotic.

chaotic
altüst
chaotic
Hercümerç
complete chaos
tam kaos
traffic chaos
trafik kargaşasına
chaotic
karman çorman
chaotic
chaotically karmakarışık bir şekilde
chaotic
düzensiz
chaotically
düzensizce
chaotically
karmakarışık biçimde
chaotically
karman çorman olarak
deterministic chaos
deterministik kaos
quantum chaos
kuantum kaosu
traffic chaos
trafik kargaşası
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any state of disorder, any confused or amorphous mixture or conglomeration
Behaviour of iterative non-linear systems in which arbitrarily small variations in initial conditions become magnified over time
A vast chasm or abyss
The unordered state of matter in classical accounts of cosmogony
A given medium; a space in which something exists or lives; an environment

What is the centre of the earth? is it pure element only, as Aristotle decrees, inhabited (as Paracelsus thinks) with creatures whose chaos is the earth: or with fairies, as the woods and waters (according to him) are with nymphs, or as the air with spirits?.

any condition of which the elements or parts are in utter disorder and confusion
{n} an indigested heap, confusion
sustained and random-like long-term evolution that satisfies certain special mathematical criteria and that happens in deterministic, nonlinear, dynamical systems; largely unpredictable long-term evolution occurring in a determinist, nonlinear dynamical system because of sensitivity to initial conditions
  In chaos theory, a dynamical system that is neither static nor periodic *
Originally the term chaos described a totally disordered state In the field of Nonlinear Dynamics, chaos is a peculiar dynamical state whose apparent disorder is based on a simple (self-similar) building law
an immortal who was formerly known as God Many eons ago, Chaos turned his crown over to another immortal (David Hardy) Anxious to return to the throne, Chaos began to upset the Balance, unmaking the universe He was imprisoned and is now attempting an escape
Any confused or disordered collection or state of things; a confused mixture; confusion; disorder
Behaviour that appears random and yet is governed by exact mathematical equations and so is actually deterministic. Chaotic systems typically exhibit exquisite sensitivity to initial conditions
A qualitative description of a dynamical system that seems unpredictable
Apparent disorder; more accurately, a state of unpredictability of events The term also applies to a specific branch of mathematics relating to non-linear systems and other infinitely complex relationships -- in other words dealing with the total field rather than arbitrarily selected sub-systems
A long time behavior of a dynical system characterized by a great deal of irregularity Typically, two nearby trajectories will diverge exponentially
Chaotic Processes - Chaos is a whole new field that studies eratic, but semi-predictable behavior in complex physical systems More information about chaos can be found by following this branch to the CNLS web site
is frequently defined as motion that displays "extreme sensitivity to inital conditions" (Kleppner, Ouabtum Chaos and the Bow-Stern Enigma, pp9-10 Physics today, Augus 1991)
distinctive area of broken terrain
A state of disorder
(physics) a dynamical system that is extremely sensitive to its initial conditions
A cosmic force embodying the principles of freedom; the opposite of Law Also, a spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power embodying the principles of chaos
The disordered state of unformed matter that existed before the universe was ordered; biblical and ancient Middle Eastern origin stories thought of chaos as an unruly cosmic ocean
a condition that gradually comes into being when things are accumulated without being organized
Complicated patterns that are not truly random Chaos is a cryptic form of order, what a random-number generator produces There is, as the phrase goes, "a sensitive dependence on initial conditions " Because chaos was defined in a paradoxical way ("It may look random, but it's merely chaotic"), it is a term often misused or misunderstood See attractor, basin of attraction, itinerancy
Irregularity of steps
A distinctive area of broken terrain
A force that seeks to spread disorder
A state of a system where patterns exist, but are difficult to discover, in contrast to random where there are no patterns
a condition created when an organization changes the rules in response to every new situation
a state of extreme confusion and disorder
Chaos is the breakdown of predictability, or a state of disorder (cf Chaos Discussion, also Chaos is Everywhere Discussion)
A system whose long term behaviour is unpredictable, tiny changes in the accuracy of the starting value rapidly diverge to anywhere in its possible state space There can however be a finite number of available states, so statistical prediction can still be useful
   complete lack of order In the mythology of the ancient Near East, chaos was sometimes personified as divine beings who had to be conquered by other gods in order to establish an orderly and habitable universe
An unseen force or energy believed to drive the universe
The evil entity that possessed Sailor Galaxia in Sailormoon Sailor Stars
an orientation program held for new students CHAOS leaders are students who have been trained to present these orientation sessions
Applied to a time-series of population abundance or density, a pattern in which elements of the pattern are never repeated exactly, and where two very similar abundances in the time-series follow trajectories subsequently which diverge from one another exponentially Nonetheless, the series is not random and fluctuates within definable limits
Chaos is a state of complete disorder and confusion. The world's first transatlantic balloon race ended in chaos last night. In Greek cosmology, either the primeval emptiness before things came into being or the abyss of Tartarus, the underworld. In Hesiod's Theogony, there was first Chaos, then Gaea and Eros. The offspring of Chaos were Erebus (Darkness) and Nyx (Night). Ovid gave Chaos its modern meaning: the original formless and disordered mass from which the ordered universe is created. The early church fathers applied this interpretation to the creation story in Genesis
(physics) a dynamical system that is extremely sensitive to its initial conditions (Greek mythology) the most ancient of gods; the personification of the infinity of space preceding creation of the universe the formless and disordered state of matter before the creation of the cosmos a state of extreme confusion and disorder
An empty, immeasurable space; a yawning chasm
(Greek mythology) the most ancient of gods; the personification of the infinity of space preceding creation of the universe
{i} total lack of order, confusion
the formless and disordered state of matter before the creation of the cosmos
A dynamical system exhibits chaotic behavior if it satisfies these three requirements: sensitive dependence on initial conditions density of periodic points mixing
The confused, unorganized condition or mass of matter before the creation of distinct and orderly forms
turmoil
chaos theory
The study of iterative non-linear systems in which arbitrarily small variations in initial conditions become magnified over time
chaos-theory
Attributive form of chaos theory

chaos-theory journal.

chaos theory
Mathematical theory that describes chaotic behavior in a complex system. Applications include the study of turbulent flow in fluids, irregularities in biological systems, population dynamics, chemical reactions, plasma physics, meteorology, the motions of groups and clusters of stars, transportation dynamics, and many other fields
Chao
A surname of Chinese origin
chaos.
choss
chaotic
Extremely disorganized or in disarray
chaotic
Highly sensitive to starting conditions, so that a small change to them may yield a very different outcome
controlled chaos
A state, or situation, which appears to be completely disorganised, and yet where some people have things under control

We arrived home to a scene of controlled chaos, with painters, electricians, plumbers, and workmen of all shapes and colours all over the house.

chaotic
{n} indigested, confused, mixed
Chao
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chaotic
Filled with chaos
chaotic
Resembling chaos; confused
chaotic
completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing
chaotic
Something that is chaotic is in a state of complete disorder and confusion. Mullins began to rummage among the chaotic mess of papers on his desk. a chaotic situation is one in which everything is happening in a confused way
chaotic
A spell descriptor denoting spells whose effects promote Chaos Also, when capitalized, an aspect of alignment stressing personal freedom, adaptability, and flexibility Chaotic characters value individual freedom over adherence to authority
chaotic
lacking a visible order or organization completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing of or relating to a sensitive dependence on initial conditions
chaotic
{s} totally lacking order, confused
chaotic
having the character or nature of total disorder or confusion
chaotic
of or relating to a sensitive dependence on initial conditions
chaotic
lacking a visible order or organization
chaotic
Definition of Chaotic: Chaotic is a description of a dynamic system that is very sensitive to initial conditions and may evolve in wildly different ways from slightly different initial conditions (Econterms) Terms related to Chaotic: None About Com Resources on Chaotic: None Writing a Term Paper? Here are a few starting points for research on Chaotic: Books on Chaotic: None Journal Articles on Chaotic: None
chaotically
in a wild and confused manner; "the drugged man was talking chaotically
chaotically
disorderly, lawlessly, messily
chaotically
in a manner suggestive of chaos; "the room was chaotically disorganized" in a wild and confused manner; "the drugged man was talking chaotically
chaotically
in a wild and confused manner; "the drugged man was talking chaotically"
chaotically
In a chaotic manner
chaotically
in a manner suggestive of chaos; "the room was chaotically disorganized"
complete chaos
total confusion, total disorder
chaos