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Contact: Christian Herbst
University of Vienna

Phasegram (1 of 2)

Caption: The phase space intersections are then plotted onto a graph at equally spaced time intervals (Fig. 3). The resulting phasegram is quite easy to interpret: Time is on the (horizontal) x-axis. The number and stability of lines perpendicular to the (vertical) y-axis indicates the system state at a particular point in time:

Credit: Christian Herbst

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