Pekka Myrberg

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Pekka J. Myrberg (1892–1976) was a Finnish mathematician known for developing the concept of period-doubling[1][2][3][4] in a paper published in the 1950s. The concept was further developed by Mitchell Feigenbaum[5] during the 1970s.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chaos, James Gleick, 1987, pg. 183
  2. ^ Complexity: A Guided Tour, Melanie Mitchell, 2009, pg. 35
  3. ^ Complexity in Economics, Volume 1, John Barkley Rosser, 2004, pg. 483
  4. ^ Period-doubling bifurcation
  5. ^ Mitchell Feigenbaum