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Chaos engineering in Japan

Since deterministic chaos is not only a profound concept in science but also a ubiquitous phenomenon in real-world nonlinear systems, extending to a variety of temporal and spatial scales, it can be naturally related to applications in science and technology [4]. In fact, it is not difficult to find the buds of such possible applications in historical papers by Van der Pol and Van der Mark [22], Ulam and von Neumann [21], and Kalman [12], although the term deterministic chaos was not used in those days.

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