Labyrinth Of Chaos
You get access to the Labyrinth of Chaos once you beat the Ancient Dragon. It is basically a random dungeon generator. When you beat normal Ancient Dragon, you get access to floors 1-3, when you beat hard Ancient Dragon, you get access to floors 4-6, and when you beat Infernal Ancient Dragon, you get access to floors 7-99. You must use the stables in order to get to the labyrinths, or connect to a random floor when connected online.
Labyrinth of Chaos
Infinite Chaos: This area gives you access to gems, which are able to be equipped on weapons and armor. As the name of the area would suggest, it is made out of the chaos-themed maps of the world, with Apoptosis and Chimera's monsters being the common types.
Asterios only needs to remember "the place where he used to live", and once it has been manifested, paths will take form with a difficulty according to the degree of fame of the concept of a "labyrinth". Once manifested, it will not disappear until either Asterios is defeated or Asterios eliminates all of his opponents. Even if it disappears, it is possible to build it again after some time. However, if it doesn't take a different form from the anterior one, one would most likely be able to just walk out of it. A labyrinth that has been already solved is not something where one can get lost.
In addition the "regular" Chaos Labyrinthos, Minotauros of the Russian Lostbelt also possesses Chaos Labyrinthos: Eternally Unchanging Labyrinth - Evil (万古不易の迷宮邪(ケイオスラビュリントス), Banko Fueki no Meikyū - Ja(Keiosu Rabyurinsu)?), a variant that he deploys in Yaga Moscow against Chaldea when they attempt their rescue of Atalante Alter and the Yaga Resistance. It is unclear what makes it different, although it remains manifested for a time even after Minotauros is defeated, allowing Avicebron to use the labyrinth in its entirety to form Golem Keter Malkuth.
The level takes place through thirty parts of a labyrinth, each one proceduraly generated from preset patterns. The time of day changes every ten parts, and the enemies appearing change every five parts. For each part, the player must pluck a friendly Mole, which will reward them with a Warp Box. At some points, other Moles may appear that reward different things such as Super Pickaxes or Super Mushrooms. For the entire level, a Mummy-Me will appear shortly after the player enters every part to chase them. However, unlike Mummy-Me Maze Forever, only one Mummy-Me will appear at a time, and at a set interval throughout the whole level.
Dorothy Wright-Irwin was introduced to labyrinths by one of her professors at North Shore Community College, while at a five day convention in Vermont. There were three temporary labyrinths set up on the grounds for the attendees to explore. Dorothy ...
In this paper we examine a very simple and elegant example of high-dimensional chaos in a coupled array of flows in ring architecture that is cyclically symmetric and can also be viewed as an N-dimensional spatially infinite labyrinth (a "hyperlabyrinth"). The scaling laws of the largest Lyapunov exponent, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension, and the metric entropy are investigated in the high-dimensional limit (3
N2 - Some consequences of chaos in the nucleus are discussed. The decay-out from superdeformed band occurs in a region where normal-deformed states may be chaotic, and it is shown how the distribution of decay-out matrix elements may reveal the degree of chaos. The decay-out is mediated by doorway states that are not resolved in the A=190 region, but experimentally seen in 59Cu. A model for the decay-out in the A=60 region is set up and applied to 59Cu. It is discussed how errors in nuclear mass formula may be related to chaotic motion, and a theoretical model is set up and applied to chaotic masses.
AB - Some consequences of chaos in the nucleus are discussed. The decay-out from superdeformed band occurs in a region where normal-deformed states may be chaotic, and it is shown how the distribution of decay-out matrix elements may reveal the degree of chaos. The decay-out is mediated by doorway states that are not resolved in the A=190 region, but experimentally seen in 59Cu. A model for the decay-out in the A=60 region is set up and applied to 59Cu. It is discussed how errors in nuclear mass formula may be related to chaotic motion, and a theoretical model is set up and applied to chaotic masses.
One of the oldest races in the Warhammer World is the Dwarves. Home for them are the World's Edge Mountains, a range of mountains east of the Empire that stretch from the very south to the very north. It is within these mountains that lay an extensive labyrinth of tunnels carved out by Dwarves. These tunnels connect Dwarf strongholds, the centers of Dwarf civilizations.
A discrete system of M nonlinearly coupled standard maps, first introduced in  to study diffusion and chaos thresholds. The total dimension of the system is 2M. The maps are coupled through Γ and the i-th map has a nonlinear parameter ks[i].
The Hénon map is a two-dimensional mapping due to Hénon  that can display a strange attractor (at the default parameters). In addition, it also displays many other aspects of chaos, like period doubling or intermittency, for other parameters.
Three dimensional conservative continuous system, whose evolution in 3D space looks like a speudo-random walk, the orbit moving around like in a labyrinth. Taken from the book "Elegant Chaos" by J. C. Sprott.
The map corresponds to the Poincaré's surface of section of the kicked rotor system. Changing the non-linearity parameter k transitions the system from completely periodic motion, to quasi-periodic, to local chaos (mixed phase-space) and finally to global chaos.
The folded-towel map is a hyperchaotic mapping due to Rössler . It is famous for being a mapping that has the smallest possible dimensions necessary for hyperchaos, having two positive and one negative Lyapunov exponent. The name comes from the fact that when plotted looks like a folded towel, in every projection. 041b061a72