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Stochastic Crash Simulation – A Bit of History

The image, by J. Marczyk, that inspired stochastic crash simulations in mid 1990s.

Below is a reproduction of a 2004 article, “Chaos!”, that appeared in the magazine CAD User, and based on an interview with J. Marczyk, at the time Chief Scientist at MSC Software. His work on stochastic crash simulation in the 1990s inspired much of the Quantitative Complexity Theory he developed in the early 2000s.

The following article is from a May 2002 article, “Chaos Theory”, which appeared in the “Engineering” magazine. This too is based on an interview with J. Marczyk.

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