# Category:Period-doubling bifurcation

In mathematics, a period doubling bifurcation in a discrete dynamical system is a bifurcation in which the system switches to a new behavior with twice the period of the original system. Period doubling bifurcations can also occur in continuous dynamical systems, namely when a new limit cycle emerges from an existing limit cycle, and the period of the new limit cycle is twice that of the old one.^{[1]}

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## Media in category "Period-doubling bifurcation"

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- Bifurc pi empl.jpg 1,200 × 900; 56 KB

- Bifurcatie diagram logististische afbeelding.png 1,276 × 911; 68 KB

- Bifurcation.gif 2,312 × 1,058; 139 KB

- Bifurcation1-2.png 1,072 × 621; 21 KB

- Fixed.png 1,000 × 1,000; 9 KB

- Logistic Bifurcation map High Resolution.png 3,390 × 2,375; 398 KB

- Logistic map bifurcation diagram.png 970 × 735; 429 KB

- Periodeverdubbeling.png 468 × 224; 5 KB