Chaos Near ResonanceG. Haller, Chaos Near Resonance
Springe, New York (1999) 448 pages.

"An extensive bibliography and the many examples make this clearly-written book an excellent introduction to these techniques for identifying chaos in perturbations of systems with resonance."
Applied Mechanics Reviews, Vol. 53/4, April 2000

"Haller makes a point of wanting to see dynamical systems theory fulfil "its long-standing promise to solve real-life problems". His book, through a wealth of detailed examples, delivers on this promise, and is certain to become a standard text in this area. In particular, it is an excellent introduction to this research area, and contains a wealth of bibliographical and historical detail.
Matthew Nicol, BUlletin of the LMS, No. 162, Vol. 33/3, May 2001

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