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Hence, we may expect very stable trajectories where the LLE is small, wheras regions where the LLE is large yield highly unstable behavior. Fig. 1. Evolution of the LLE for the Rössler system 3. , x T , and following the insights of the previous section, we now investigate conditioning our selection process on the value of the LLE. Formally, our algorithm can be deﬁned as follows: ¯ select the "colinear" candidate If λ T ≤ λ, otherwise, select the "non colinear" candidate, (2) where λ¯ is an exogenously given threshold value.
Therefore, the nonlinear behaviors of error growth should be considered to determine the limit of predictability. Without linear approximation, the solutions of Eq. (1) can be obtained by numerical integration along the reference solution x(t ) from t = t0 to t0 + τ : δ(t0 + τ ) = η( x(t0 ) , δ(t0 ),τ )δ(t0 ) , (2) where η( x(t0 ) , δ(t0 ),τ ) is the nonlinear propagator. NLLE is then defined as 1 λ ( x(t0 ) , δ(t0 ),τ ) = ln τ δ(t0 + τ ) δ(t0 ) , (3) where λ ( x(t0 ) , δ(t0 ),τ ) depends in general on the initial state x(t0 ) in phase space, the initial error δ (t0 ) , and time τ .
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