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Standing swells surveyed showing surprisingly stable solutions for the Lorenz '96 model

M. R. Frank, L. Mitchell, P. S. Dodds, and C. M. Danforth.

International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 24, 1430027, 2014

Times cited: 12


The Lorenz '96 model is an adjustable dimension system of ODEs exhibiting chaotic behavior representative of dynamics observed in the Earth's atmosphere. In the present study, we characterize statistical properties of the chaotic dynamics while varying the degrees of freedom and the forcing. Tuning the dimensionality of the system, we find regions of parameter space with surprising stability in the form of standing waves traveling amongst the slow oscillators. The boundaries of these stable regions fluctuate regularly with the number of slow oscillators. These results demonstrate hidden order in the Lorenz '96 system, strengthening the evidence for its role as a hallmark representative of nonlinear dynamical behavior.
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  author = 	 {Frank, Morgan R. and Mitchell, Lewis and Dodds, Peter Sheridan and Danforth, Christopher M.},
  title = 	 {Standing swells surveyed showing surprisingly stable solutions for the {L}orenz ’96 model},
  journal = 	 {International Jouranl of Bifurcations and Chaos},
  year = 	 {2014},
  key = 	 {weather,prediction},
  volume = 	 {24},
  pages = 	 {1430027},


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