Discrete dynamics

 

Dendrinos, D.S., and Sonis, M. (1985). A discrete relative growth model: Switching, role reversal and turbulence. In D.S. Dendrinos (Ed.), Ecological Studies of Nonlinear Dynamics. Kansas: University of Kansas Center for Research. 

 

Dendrinos, D.S., and Sonis, M. (1985). Nonlinear discrete population dynamics of U.S. regions. In D.S. Dendrinos (Ed.), Ecological Studies of Nonlinear Dynamics. Kansas: University of Kansas Center for Research. 

 

Dendrinos, D.S., and Sonis, M. (1985). The onset of turbulence in discrete relative multiple spatial dynamics. In D.S. Dendrinos (Ed.), Ecological Studies of Nonlinear Dynamics. Kansas: University of Kansas Center for research. 

 

Dendrinos, D.S., and Sonis, M. (1990). Chaos and Socio-Spatial Dynamics, Vol. 86. New York: Springer Verlag.

 

Dendrinos, D.S., and Sonis, M. (1990). Signatures of chaos: Rules in sequences of spatial stock distribution for discrete relative dynamics. Socio-Spatial Dynamics, 1(1), 57-73. 

 

Gontar, V., and Sonis, M. (1997). Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, Vol. 1-2: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers.

 

Sonis, M., and Dendrinos, D.S. (1987). Period-doubling in discrete relative spatial dynamics. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 22(4), 539-546. 

 

Sonis, M. (1990). Universality of relative socio-spatial dynamics: The case of one population/three locations log-linear dynamics. Socio-Spatial Dynamics, 1(3), 179-204. 

 

Sonis, M., and Gontar, V. (1992). Entropy principle of extremality. Socio-Spatial Dynamics, 3(2), 61-73. 

 

Sonis, M. (1997). Linear bifurcation analysis with applications to relative socio-spatial dynamics. Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, 1(1), 45-56.