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Self-Organization by Nonlinear Irreversible Processes

W. Ebeling

Self-Organization by Nonlinear Irreversible Processes

Proceedings of the Third International Conference Kuhlungsborn, Gdr, March 18-22, 1985 (Spring)

by W. Ebeling

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


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ContributionsH. Ulbricht (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages221
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7443638M
ISBN 100387162550
ISBN 109780387162553

Part I Nonlinear dynamics in biology and response to stimuli 13 1 Externalsignals and internal oscillation dynamics: principal aspects and response of stimulated rhythmic processes Friedemann Kaiser 15 2 Nonlineardynamics in biochemical and biophysical systems: from enzyme kinetics to epilepsy Raima Larter, Robert Worth and Brent Speelman 'Nonlinear Optical Systems achieves an unmatched coverage in a field that has grown into many sub-disciplines in a very clear and coherent manner. This is a beautiful and self-contained book that starts with the fundamentals and goes on to cover the dynamical phenomena and optical pattern formation in quantum optical by: In any open, dissipative, and nonlinear systems, self-oscillating processes arise, supported by external sources of energy, as a result of which self-organization proceeds. The paradigm of physical mesomechanics introduced by academician Panin V. Y. and his school [ 13 ], which includes a synergetic approach, is a constructive tool for Author: Olga Hachay, Oleg Khachay. Irreversible Processes Edison Bittencourt UNICAMP, Campinas, SP, Brasil, [email protected] irreversible, to nonlinear and irreversible, in an introductory level, This kind of simple phenomenon of self-organization in systems far from equilibrium is the start point for a discussion, later in the course, of the emergence of complexity.


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Contents: Introduction. Conservation Equations. Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes: The Linear Region. Nonlinear Thermodynamics. Systems Involving Chemical Reactions and Diffusion-Stability. Mathematical Tools. Simple Autocatalytic Models. Some further Aspects of Dissipative Structures and Self-Organization Phenomena.

General by: Get this from a library. Selforganization by nonlinear irreversible processes: proceedings of the third international conference, Kühlungsborn, GDR, March[Werner Ebeling; H Ulbricht;]. The physics of self-organization and evolution [13] has made fundamental contributions to the scientific understanding of self-organizing systems -the thermodynamics of irreversible processes.

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complex motion in nonlinear dissipative systems has been described in two ways: either by kinetic theory methods (thermodynamics of irreversible nonlinear processes) or on the basis of the dynamical theory of Poincare, developed initially for Hamiltonian systems.

Until recently these theories have been developing practically by: 1. Get this from a library. Selforganization by Nonlinear Irreversible Processes: Proceedings of the Third International Conference Kühlungsborn, GDR, Self-Organization by Nonlinear Irreversible Processes book[Werner Ebeling; H Ulbricht] -- These Proceedings contain invited lectures presented at the third Interna tional Conference on "Irreversible Processes and Dissipative Structures" in Kiihlungsborn (German Democratic Republic) in.

This chapter summarizes nonequilibrium systems, kinetic theory, transport phenomena, and chemical reactions. Many processes, such as physical and biological processes, occur in nonequilibrium, irreversible, and open systems. For such systems, Self-Organization by Nonlinear Irreversible Processes book laws of classical thermodynamics provide a set of inequalities describing only the direction of change.

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authors. As in the former German book, this new edition is also devoted to bridging the concepts of irreversible thermodynamics and nonlinear dynamical systems to self-reproduction, selection, evolution processes, and self-organization.

The authors dedicate this revised edition to “former stu. Irreversible processes generated entropy, which was thought of as disorder.

Yet, the same irreversible processes also produced self-organization, thus began the study of dissipative structures. Here was the key to understand the origin of order and the Cited by: 3. In mathematics and science, a nonlinear system is a system in which the change of the output is not proportional to the change of the input.

Nonlinear problems are of interest to engineers, biologists, physicists, mathematicians, and many other scientists because most systems are inherently nonlinear in nature. Nonlinear dynamical systems, describing changes in variables over time, may appear.

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Conservation Equations. Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes: The Linear Region. Nonlinear Thermodynamics. Systems Involving Chemical Reactions and Diffusion-Stability. Mathematical Tools. Simple Autocatalytic Models.

Some further Aspects of Dissipative Structures and Self-Organization Phenomena. General Comments. Irreversible Processes, 36 Symmetry Properties of the Phenomenological Coefficients, 39 Stationary Nonequilibrium States, 41 Theorem of Minimum Entropy Production, 42 Impossibility of Ordered Behavior in the Linear Range of Irreversible Processes, 45 Diffusion, 46 4.

Nonlinear Thermodynamics 49 Introduction, 49 A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. 1 Introduction to the Field of Self-Organization 1 Introduction to the Field of Self-Organization.

excitement. The books of the pioneers were printed in large editions, were. thermodynamics of irreversible processes in open systems.

nonlinear mechanics, electronics, and. 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 the Soviet Union in analogy to the term Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Linear thermodynamics of irreversible processes provides a base for exploring the non-equilibrium region. The power of linear thermodynamics lies in identifying the fluxes and forces and predicting the steady-state relations.

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Biography. Prigogine was born in Moscow a few months before the Russian Revolution ofinto a Jewish family. His father, Roman (Ruvim Abramovich) Prigogine, was a chemical engineer at the Imperial Moscow Technical School; his mother, Yulia Vikhman, was a e the family was critical of the new Soviet system, they left Russia in They first went to Germany and into Alma mater: Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Instabilities and Self-Organization in Materials (Monographs on the Physics and Chemistry of Materials) (v. 1) irreversible thermodynamics, nonlinear dynamics, and bifurcation theory, are required. The reader is exposed to a rigorous background on material deformation, defect theory transport processes, and the statistical mechanics and Cited by: Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics: Transport and Rate Processes in Physical and Biological Systems Appl.

Mech. Rev (July, ) Numerical Analysis of Thermal Author: I. Prigogine, J. Kestin. Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes: The Linear Region. Nonlinear Thermodynamics. Systems Involving Chemical Reactions and Diffusion-Stability. Mathematical Tools. Simple Autocatalytic Models.

Some further Aspects of Dissipative Structures and Self-Organization Phenomena. General Comments. Birth and Death Descriptions of Fluctuations 3/5(4). This review paper presents briefly the main concepts of nonlinear dynamics and their exemplary manifestations in selected systems, including those important from the point of view of materials science.

It is an extended version of the conference presentation. The conditions of instabilities leading to spontaneous formation of dissipative structures are by: Membranes, Dissipative Structures, and Evolution Edited by G. Nicolis & R. Lefever Focuses on the problem of the emergence/maintenance of biological order at successively higher levels of complexity.

Covers the spatiotemporal organization of simple biochemical networks; the formation of pluricellular or macromolecular assemblies; the evolution of these structures; and the functions of specific.

The distinction between reversible and irreversible processes was introduced through the concept of entropy associated with the so-called Second Law of Thermodymanics. Entropy was defined by Rudolf Julius Clausius in According to this law, irreversible processes produce entropy.

Abstract. Spatial and temporal complexity is one of the most interesting subjects of modern science. Just as understanding the composition of each individual building block does not automatically imply understanding the architecture of the building in general, the behavior of complex nonlinear systems consists of much more than the simple arithmetic sum of the component by: 1.

This thoroughly updated version of the German authoritative 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.

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Contents: Introduction. Conservation Equations. Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes: The Linear Region. Nonlinear Thermodynamics. Systems Involving Chemical Reactions and Diffusion–Stability.

Mathematical Tools. Simple Autocatalytic Models. Some further Aspects of Dissipative Structures and Self–Organization Phenomena. General Comments/5(2). I - The Self-Organizing Universe - R.K.

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Contents: Introduction. Conservation Equations. Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes: The Linear Region. Nonlinear Thermodynamics. Systems Involving Chemical Reactions and Diffusion-Stability. Mathematical Tools. Simple Autocatalytic Models. Some further Aspects of Dissipative Structures and Self-Organization Phenomena.

General Comments/5(3). Selforganization by Nonlinear Irreversible Processes Editors: W. Ebeling, H. Ulbricht Instabilities and Chaos in Quantum Optics Editors: F. Arecchi, R. Harrison Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Semiconductors Self-Organization Induced by Generation and Recombination Processes By E.

Schöll. Self-organization at the frictional interface for green tribology The principles of the thermodynamics of irreversible processes and of the nonlinear theory of dynamical systems are used to investigate the formation of spatial Their results were summarized in the book edited by Fox-Rabinovich & Totten ().

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Structuring the book into four major parts, he thoroughly covers the biophysics of complex systems, such as the kinetics and thermodynamic processes of biological .SELF-ORGANIZATION IN BIOLOGY AND ECONOMICS 1. Introduction The second law of thermodynamics has been causing confusion and consterna- tion since it was first formulated by Clausius in Once it was clearly recog- nized that processes are of two distinct kinds - reversible and irreversible - and.Table 1: Ebook comprehensions of self-organization [18, 19].

An der Heiden ([20], p. 72) Those features and structures of a system that are induced by the dynamical interrelationships of the components are self-organized features.

Ebeling ([21], p) Self-organized processes are irreversible processes in nonlin.