# Reconstructing the Attractor - Demo 5

## Rossler Model - Poor Reconstruction

Using a delay time *T=5.0* gives a reconstruction that appears more complicated and less faithful to the original phase space:

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On the other hand taking "too small" a delay (e.g. *T=.05*) gives the following reconstruction:

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Clearly in this case the basic correlation is that *X(t+T)* is nearly equal to *X(t)*, and the reconstruction relies on the small deviations from this.

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