3 edition of Dissipative structures and chaos found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hazime Mori, Yoshiki Kuramoto ; translated by Glenn C. Paquette|
|LC Classifications||Q172.5.C45 M67 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 299 p. :|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||98003125|
we focus on the geometric or topological structures and statistic averages of dissipative systems. The progress in this area comes from collaborative contributions from both ap-plied mathematicians and physicists, from both theoretical and numerical aspects. In this chapter, we introduce the mathematical framework to study the nite-dimensional. Manneville, P. Dissipative Structures and Weak Turbulence. Academic Press, ISBN: Covers the low-dimensional theory discussed in the course but also includes considerable discussion of research on spatially-extended systems. Advanced. Schuster, H. G. Deterministic Chaos: An Introduction. 2nd ed. Vch Publisher, ISBN.
In spatially extended dissipative systems, they are often referred to as dissipative solitons [12, 13, 14,15]; other frequently used terminology includes autosolitons , oscillons , as well. the structure is geometric, energy-dependent and dissipative in nature (dissipates heat) and is a function of the quality and quantity of energy input to it. The seemingly chaotically moving water molecules now have a definite path (convection pattern) in which they move. Both chaos theory and Prigogine‟s dissipative structures haveFile Size: KB.
Chaos theory, dissipative structures analysis, and complexity theory have all been used in various branches of the sciences to examine patterns of change in complex systems. Order Out of Chaos - Man’s New Dialogue with Nature. Verso Books. Ilya Prigogine & Isabelle Stengers. Language: Dissipative Structures, and Evolution (Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 29) A search query can be a title of the book, a name of the author, ISBN or anything else.
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This book consists of two parts, the first dealing with dissipative structures and the second with the structure and physics of chaos. The first part was written by Y.
Kuramoto and the second part by H. Mori. Throughout the book, emphasis is laid on fundamental concepts and methods rather than applications, which are too numerous to be treated by: A Physical Approach to Chaos.- The Phase Space Structure of Dissipative Dynamical Systems.- The Phase Space Structure of Conservative Dynamical Systems.- Orbital Instability and the Mixing Nature of Chaos.- The Liapunov Number.- The Expansion Rate of Nearby Orbits,?1(Xt).- Mixing and Memory Loss.- The.
This book consists of two parts, the first dealing with dissipative structures and the second with the structure and physics of chaos. The first part was written by Y. Kuramoto and the second part by H. Mori. Throughout the book, emphasis is laid. Dissipative Structure and Weak Turbulence provides an understanding of the emergence and evolution of structures in macroscopic systems.
This book discusses the emergence of dissipative structures. Organized into 10 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the stability of a fluid layer with potentially unstable density stratification in. This monograph consists of two parts and gives an approach to the physics of open nonequilibrium systems.
Part I derives the phenomena of dissipative structures on the basis of reduced evolution equations and includes Bénard convection and Belousov-Zhabotinskii chemical reactions. Part II discusses the physics and structures of chaos.
A dissipative system is a thermodynamically open system which is operating out of, and often far from, thermodynamic equilibrium in an environment with which it exchanges energy and matter.A tornado may be thought of as a dissipative system.
A dissipative structure is a dissipative system that has a dynamical régime that is in some sense in a reproducible steady state. In the book "Order Out of Chaos", Ilya Prigogine and Isabelle Stengers investigate both historically and in a scientific sense how order may arise within certain physical systems, so-called dissipative systems.
The book itself is divided into three separate "books": Book 1: The Delusion of the Universe, Book 2: The Science of Complexity and /5(23).
The book he coauthored with Grégoire Nicolis that summarizes much of the work on dissipative structures at that time also appeared in the same year. 10 G. Nicolis and I. Prigogine, Self-Organization in Nonequilibrium Systems: From Dissipative Structures to Order through Fluctuations (John Wiley, New York, ).Cited by: 3.
Dissipative structures theory. Dissipative structure theory led to pioneering research in self-organizing systems, as well as philosophical inquiries into the formation of complexity on biological entities and the quest for a creative and irreversible role of time in the natural sciences.
See the criticism by Joel Keizer and Ronald al advisor: Théophile de Donder. Dissipative Structures and Chaos by Hazime Mori,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Ilya Prigogine was a Belgian physical chemist who won the Nobel prize for investigating (Introduction to Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes, p.v).
KQndepudi, D. (Dilip K.), Modem thermodynamics: from heat engines to dissipative. structures /. This book consists of two parts, the first dealing with dissipative structures and the second with the structure and physics of chaos.
The first part was written by Y. Kuramoto and the second part by H. Mori. Throughout the book, emphasis is laid on fundamental concepts and methods rather than applications, which are too numerous to be treated here.
Typical physical examples. Rate oscillations, spatiotemporal patterns and chaos, e.g. “ dissipative structures ” were also observed in heterogeneous catalytic reactions. If compared with pattern formation in homogeneous systems, the surface studies introduced new aspects, like anisotropic diffusion, and the possibility of global synchronization via the gas phase.
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Scanned in China. Uploaded by Sanderia on Ap SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Prigogine has been an important figure in the study of dissipative structures and far from equilibrium systems, e.g. biological systems, and social systems etc. When one consider the behavior of those complex systems, time can no longer be treated as (paradoxically) static as in classical dynamics.4/5.
Ilya, Viscount Prigogine (Russian: Илья Романович Пригожин, Ilya Romanovich Prigozhin) was a Russian-born naturalized Belgian physical chemist and Nobel Laureate noted for his work on dissipative structures, complex systems, and irreversibility/5. This work is one of the classics of the breakthrough period of chaos theory, complex systems, and self-organization theories.
Mixing two modes and two cultures it stretches its bow between the nitty-gritty details of dissipative systems, and the history of the relations of the human and natural sciences, from the age of the emergence of thermodynamics to the present/5(5).
Series of Book Reviews and Informational Resources on Nonlinear systems, Chaos theory, Fractals and their application to Nature: (1) Order Out of Chaos - Ilya Prigogine and Isabelle Stengers () Selected Book Reviews And dissipative structures may, in turn, break the symmetries of space-time.
1 Introduction: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science N. Katherine Hayles I Chaos More Than Metaphor 2 Literature, Complexity, Interdisciplinary William Paulson 3 Fictions as Dissipative Structures: Prigogine's Theory and Postmodernism's Roadshow David Porush 4 The Chaos of Metafiction Peter StoicheffAuthor: N.
Katherine Hayles. Prigogine won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for his contribution to non-equilibrium thermodynamics, particularly the theory of dissipative structures.” 3 Prigogine stressed the importance of openness and strong thermal instability of the system in the process of the formation of dissipative structures.
As Prigogine wrote, “At. For a longer exploration of Prigogine's theories for the epistemological potency of narrative, see my essays: "Literature as Dissipative Structure: Prigogine's Theory and Postmodernism's Roadshow," in Chaos and Order: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science, ed.
N. Katherine Hayles (Chicago, ),and "Eudoxical Discourse: A post.The End of Certainty: Time, Chaos, and The New Laws of Nature. By Ilya Prigogine The book begins by asserting the importance of the role of time in the newly emerging science.
and has led to concepts such as self-organization and dissipative new science is widely used to day in a large spectrum of disciplines, including.Dissipative Structures and Chaos 作者: Hazime Mori / Yoshiki Kuramoto 出版社: Springer 译者: Paquette, G.
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