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11.The U.S. participants were James Bayfield, David Campbell, J. Doyne Farmer, Mitchell Feigenbaum, Joseph Ford, Jerry Gollub, Celso Grebogi, John Guckenheimer, Gemenu Gunaratne, Erica Jen, Peter Koch, Joel Lebowitz, Herbert Levine, Benoit Mandelbrot, Donald Ornstein, Stephen Smale, Katepalli Sreenivasan, Harry Swinney, Robert Westervelt, and Jack Wisdom. The Soviet participants were Genady Berman, Alexander Chernikov, Vladimir Kellis-Borok, Konstantin Khanin, Vladimir Kopolev, Anatoly Neishtadt, Mikhail Rabinovich, Roald Sagdeev, Jacov Sinai, and George Zaslavsky.
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15. The initial Editorial board, with their institutional affiliations at the time, were David Campbell, Editor in Chief (Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory), F. Tito Areccchi (Istituto Nazionale di Ottica), David Crighton (Cambridge University), Irving Epstein (Brandeis University), Mitchell Feigenbaum (Rockefeller University), Leon Glass (McGill University), Francis Moon (Cornell University), Hazime Mori (Kyushu Kyoritsu University), Anatoly Neisthtadt (Space Research Institute, Moscow, USSR), Lev Ostrovsky (Institute of Applied Physics, Gorky, USSR), Harold Swinney (University of Texas, Austin), Charles Tresser (IBM, Yorktown Heights), and George Zaslavsky (Space Research Institute, Moscow, USSR). The Editorial Advisory Board had twenty-seven members.

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