### Table 1: Sonic map used for the visualization/audification of a 9-dimensional chaotic system. Note the wide range of resolutions for each of the sonic dimensions. This is similar to the lower resolution that we have in the depth dimension in visual space.

"... In PAGE 24: ... All nine dimensions of the model are represented by a set of maximally orthogonal musical dimensions. In Table1 we have listed the nine sonic parameters that we have used with an indication of the range the each of the dimension defines and also an estimation of the resolution for each of the dimensions. The idea is to monitor variables with little activity in a dimension with low resolution.... ..."

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### Table 2: Simulation results for 100 runs of the quadratic chaotic map.

1997

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### Table 11. Success rates against the real cryptosystem

"... In PAGE 13: ... Our experiments showed that the best attack out of those suggested in this paper is the one looking for equivalent solutions (Algorithm 2), while avoiding repetitions and using memory. Table11 shows the results for the normal form length function. Table 11.... ..."

### Table 11. Success rates against the real cryptosystem

"... In PAGE 13: ... Our experiments showed that the best attack out of those suggested in this paper is the one looking for equivalent solutions (Algorithm 2), while avoiding repetitions and using memory. Table11 shows the results for the normal form length function. Table 11.... ..."

### Table 3: Control Parameter Settings for Various two dimensional Mapping Functions

"... In PAGE 15: ... This guarantees that accessing any element of the matrix will generate at most one remote reference. So assuming that all pointer arrays are allocated using the replicate map, Table3 details how the control parameters are established for each of the data rows. The map arg for these mapping functions is typically i, corresponding to the ith row of the matrix.... ..."

### Table 3: Two dimensional results for the parameters of row 14 of table 2. Two retinae of size 6 6 mapped to a cortex of size 12 6. The periodicities of the one dimensional case are reproduced.

1998

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### Table 12: Spectral determinant for a chaotic quadratic map up to order 16 in complex cycle expansion.

1997

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### Table 4.3: Comparison of chaotic invariants of Ikeda map. Quantities that could not be calculated are denoted by \* quot;.

### Table 1: Comparison between chaos and cryptography properties. Chaotic property Cryptographic property Description

2006

"... In PAGE 1: ...eal of intensive research activities in the study of cryptography [Stinson, 1995; Menezes et al., 1997]. Since 1990s, many researchers have noticed that there exists an interesting relationship between chaos and cryptography: many properties of chaotic systems have their corresponding counterparts in traditional cryptosystems. Table1 contains a partial list of these properties. Table 1: Comparison between chaos and cryptography properties.... ..."

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