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Programmed with C++ & OpenGL. In 1963, Edward Lorenz developed a simplified mathematical model for atmospheric convection. The model is a system of three ordinary differential equations now known as the Lorenz equations:
dx/dt = σ(x – y)
dy/dt = ρ(r – z) -y
dz/dt = xy – βz
Here x, y, and z make up the system state, t is time, and σ ρ β are the system parameters. The Lorenz equations also arise in simplified models for lasers, dynamos, thermosyphons, brushless DC motors, electric circuits, and chemical reactions. From a technical standpoint, the Lorenz system is nonlinear, three-dimensional and deterministic. The Lorenz equations have been the subject of at least one book length study (Wikipedia).