The Lorenz system is defined by the third order set of ordinary differential equations:

*dx/dt = sigma( y - x ),*

*dy/dt = rx - y - xz,*

*dz/dt = -bz + xy*

.

If the parameter set is *sigma=10, r=28, b=8/3*,
then the system response is chaotic. The Lorenz is one the hallmark examples
used in illustrating nonlinear deterministic chaotic motion.

`beamchaos`

, `ecgrr`

, `eegduke`

, `pd5si`

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