A well-known example from the study of discrete dynamical systems is the logistic map. The map is defined by , where . The points x=0 and are both fixed points of the map. Unlike the linear map, calculating the Lyapunov exponent is not trivial since the derivative is not constant for the map. We can, however, do a few computational experiments to better understand this map.
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