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# Functions and Iterations

### Overview

This tutorial contains excerpts from David Feldman's Dynamical Systems course.  Note that Complexity Explorer tutorials are meant to introduce students to various important techniques and to provide illustrations of their application in complex systems.  A given tutorial is not meant to offer complete coverage of its topic or substitute for an entire course on that topic.

This tutorial is designed for beginning math students (those who have completed at least one year of high-school algebra but not calculus).

### Syllabus

1. Functions and Iteration (Dave Feldman)
2. Iteration
3. Unit 1 Homework

David Feldman

## Reviews

5.0 rating, based on 5 Class Central reviews

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• Ritobrata Ghosh
This is a short and crisp course that introduces the ideas of functions and iteration really well.

And it is clear from the beginning that these ideas are being introduced keeping in mind more advanced topics in mind.

The groundwork is laid really well, the examples were great, and the quizzes and homework are apt for cementing in the concepts introduced.

The instructor is really great as well. His ideas of explanation and examples are innovative and effective. Hope he makes more courses! Love this man's style of teaching.

The instructor's examples from real life are nice.

One thing this course could improve is its pace. It could go a little bit faster. Only a little bit.
• Anonymous
It is very useful for my research work. Dynamical systems is popular branch of mathematics. Most common problems depend on dynamical system. To learn discrete dynamical system , first of all we must learn function and iterations.
• Anonymous
The course provides participants with a solid basis to start learning any other more advanced topic related to complexity. Contents are presented in an extremely intuitive way and the structure of the tutorial (videos+exercises) is extremely conducive to fast learning. While some more advanced topics could be introduced, it is a very good tutorial to start learning complexity topics.
• Ben G Small
I really enjoyed this course - Prof Feldman takes the time to review concepts and importantly terminology repeatedly so they sink in. This is really important when entering a new field. Also his explanations are simple, direct and 'in-depth' leaving no assumptions, so the tutee gets a thorough overview of the subject matter. To be recommended!
• Giampaolo Demontis
very interesting and helpful. I'd suggest it to all who want to get started with the other courses provided by complexity explorer

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