Relativistic chaos

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In physics, relativistic chaos is the application of chaos theory to dynamical systems described primarily by general relativity, and also special relativity.

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  • P. Schewe, J. Riordon, B. Stein (2003). "Relativistic Chaos" (664). American Institute of physics.