By Ying-Cheng Lai
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The nth preimages of I = (0, 1) (cf. Fig. 3), and resembles the construction of a Cantor set (1) (1) repeller cover consists of two intervals, the two preimages I1 and I2 of I. At the next stage, each of them splits into two smaller intervals. Subsequent successive refinements will then yield a complete hierarchy, the nth level of which contains all the nth preimages of I. The preimage intervals are called cylinders and are (n) denoted by Ii , where the subscript i enumerating them runs, at the nth level, up n to 2 .
The quantum-mechanical aspects of chaotic scattering were addressed by Bl¨umel and Smilansky , Jung , Gaspard and Rice , and Cvitanovi´c and Eckhardt . The work by Crutchfield and Kaneko  on transient chaos in spatiotemporal systems generated a new perspective of research aiming at understanding whether spatiotemporal complexity, or turbulence, is related in general to attractors or rather to nonattracting chaotic sets generating long-lived transients. 4 A Brief History of Transient Chaos 35 settling down on a periodic attractor .
12 Measure along the stable manifold (cf. Fig. 3, identified on a grid of size ε = 1/400. 5 (Picture by M. Gruiz and Sz. Hadob´as) Fig. 13 Measure of the stable and the unstable manifolds. The natural measure of the H´enon saddle is shown in red. The distribution in red is the same as that of Fig. 10 but the spatial view is different. The restriction of the stable manifold’s measure to the saddle differs from the natural measure. (Picture by M. Gruiz and Sz. 3 Characterization of the Natural Measure Both the nonattracting set and its natural measure can possess complicated structures.