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The early findings of chaos theory are traced back to Henri Poincare in 1900 where he worked on the three-body problem. This problem consisted of the motion among three objects in a shared gravitational pull. He discovered that there are orbits that do not recur at regular intervals and are not infinitely increasing nor move towards a fixed point. Later in history, many other mathematicians encountered the chaos theory within their research as well, such as Kolmogorov, Cartwright, Smale, Littlewood, and Birkoff . For example, Andrei Nicolaevitch Kolmogorov impacted the 20th century greatly and was known as a great mathematician . In 1954, he observed Poincare's work and with the help of V. Arnold and J. Moser, they were able to advance Poincare original work by concluding the Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser theorem or KAM. This theorem describes the existence of quasi-periodic motions for three particles subject to Newtonian attraction. Therefore the knowledge of the chaos theory had later became more advanced, when linear theory could not be easily described just by observing the actions of experiments such as the logistic map. The development of the chaos theory was primarily processed from the electronic