1 edition of Synergetics, far from equilibrium found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Adolphe Pacault, Christian Vidal|
|Series||Springer series in synergetics, 0172-7389 -- 3, Springer series in synergetics -- 3.|
|Contributions||Pacault, A. (Adolphe), Vidal, C. (Christian)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 online resource (1 v.)|
Thermodynamics — Synergetics — Life Thermodynamics — Synergetics — Life Haken, H. Abstract In this paper we show how thermodynamics and synergetics are linked with each other and how conclusions on the theoretical treatment of a number of life phenomena can be drawn. Quite generally synergetics deals with systems composed of many subsystems . Physics Of Self-organization And Evolution work on self-organization has been completely rewritten by internationally renowned experts and experienced book authors to also include a review of more recent literature. It retains the original enthusiasm and fascination surrounding thermodynamic systems far from equilibrium, synergetics, and.
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Synergetics deals with self-organization, how collections of parts can produce structures. Synergetics therefore applies to systems driven far from equilibrium, where the classic concepts of thermodynamics are no longer adequate. Order can arise from chaos and can be maintained by flows of energy/matter. Though in this d e f i n i t i o n c o n v e n t i o n a l phasetrans i t i o n s of systems in thermal equilibrium, s u c h as l i q u i d - v a p o r transitions, structural phase t r a n s i t i o n s, onset of ferromagnetism etc. are included, synergetics focusses its attention on dramatic macroscopic changes of systems far from thermal e Cited by: 1.
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This volume gathers most of the lectures and communications presented at the meeting t held in Bordeaux from the 27th to the 29 h of September and entitled "Far from equi librium: instabilities and structures".
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Synergetics, far from equilibrium: proceedings of the Conference Far from Equilibrium: Instabilities and Structures, Bordeaux, France, September 27. The encompassing concepts have been applied to many disciplines, like physics, chemistry, biology, and beyond those also from synergetics to information theory, brain science, economics, and others.
Starting from basic methods of complexity research and synergetics, this volume contains thirty contributions on complex Synergetics that exhibit. Synergetics is an interdisciplinary science explaining the formation and self-organization of patterns and structures in open systems far from thermodynamic is founded by Hermann Haken, inspired by the laser theory.
Haken's interpretation of the laser principles as self-organization of non-equilibrium systems paved the way at the end of the s to the.
The book concentrates on the development of his scientific work during the first thirty-five years of his career. In he and his doctoral student Robert Graham were able to show that the laser is an example of a nonlinear system far from thermal.
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The book summarizes his ideas, the mathematical tools and formalism, and provides a number of examples. Actually, it is not just one book, but a combined reprint of his two fundamental works, the third edition of 'Synergetics', first published inand 'Advanced Synergetics', first published in This approach is based on the author's discovery of the profound analogy between pattern recognition and pattern formation in open systems far from equilibrium.
Thus the mathematical and conceptual tools of synergetics can be exploited, and the Cited by: 9. Actually, it is not just one book, but a combined reprint of his two fundamental works, the third edition of 'Synergetics', first published inand 'Advanced Synergetics', first published in The material covered is to a large extend standard and natural: the first part deals with probability theory, stochastic processes, adiabatic.
Three examples: Haken explored self-organizing structures of open systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium, Amy Edmondson explored tetrahedral and icosahedral geometry, and Stafford Beer tackled geodesics in the context of social dynamics.
Many other researchers toil today on aspects of Synergetics, though many deliberately distance. According to its definition, Synergetics is concerned with systems that produce macroscopic spatial, temporal, or functional structures. Autowaves area specific, yet very important, case of spatio-temporal structures.
The term "autowave" was coined in Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Synergetics, Far from Equilibrium: Proceedings of the Conference Far from Equilibrium: Instabilities and Structures, Bordeaux, France, September (Springer Series in Synergetics, V.
3) by Christian Vidal, Adolphe Pacault Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Pages: The Universe regenerates because it is constantly trying to reach equilibrium according to RBF.
It reminds me of when I took a flying lesson and kept over steering--first too far to the right, then too far to the left, then too far right, then too far left. Well, in the universe, everything seems to rely on the to and fro activity. It retains the original enthusiasm and fascination surrounding thermodynamic systems far from equilibrium, synergetics, and the The book is unique.
Depending on the particular aspects of synergetics being treated, these conferences can have such varied titles as "Nonequilibrium Nonlinear Statistical Physics," "Self-Organization," "Chaos and Order," and others. Many professors and students have expressed the view that the present book provides a good introduction to this new field.
systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium, order parameter, slaving principle) Phase transition theory (symmetry breaking, critical slowing down, big fluctuations) SYNERGETICS (Theory of Self-Organization) Deterministic Chaos (Bifurcation Theory) Pattern formation and pattern recognition in nature and by computer Information theoryFile Size: 2MB.
In he and his doctoral student Robert Graham were able to show that the laser is an example of a nonlinear system far from thermal equilibrium that shows a phase-transition like behavior. Subsequently, this insight opened.
The chance of a system accomplishing this feat near equilibrium is astronomically small. Many origin-of-life researchers have responded to this challenge by arguing that a system driven far from equilibrium could self-organize into a functional cell through processes that are connected to such monikers as complex systems, emergence, synergetics.
3) Processes far from thermal equilibrium leading to spatial or temporal structures. This is the domain of synergetics and I believe mL~ny new effects are waiting to be discovered.
In many synergetic systems, the continued change oI a control parameter may cause the system to run through a hierarchy of instabilities.See other Examples of Integrated, Multi-set Concept concept scheme described here is discussed in the paper on: Patterns of N-foldness: comparison of integrated multi-set concept schemes as forms of presentation ().
This was prepared for a sub-project meeting of the Forms of Presentation group of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development .Synergetics' is a concept and book by Buckminster Fuller, referring to the concept of either the output of a system not foreseen by the simple sum of the output of each system's part.
A 'synergy' can also be defined as 'all sides contribute, and all sides win and receive the collective output of all contributing".