The boundary of a fractal basin of attraction.
Nonlinear systems have in many cases trajectories submitted to chaotic attractors, which can be very complex, i.e. they may have a very wispy micro self-similar structure (homoclinic tangles; SMALE's horseshoe, etc…).
Such systems are very difficult to describe, to monitor and to control.
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