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The butterfly effect (also known as the butterfly effect) is a phrase used to describe the chaos theory concept of a system’s sensitivity to ground conditions. : sensitivity on initial conditions). This effect was discovered by mathematician Edward Norton Lorenz. While performing simulations of weather phenomena, Lorenz found that if he rounded up the input data, no matter how small the error, the final result was always different from the result of the unreported data. rounding. A small change in the input data leads to a large change in the result. The name butterfly effect comes from a metaphor: a storm is influenced by a tiny butterfly flapping its wings somewhere far away from the storm.
Originally used as a purely scientific concept, the butterfly effect has since been mentioned many times in contemporary culture, especially in works that deal with causal or inverse relationships. time management.
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