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31 Joachim Ankerhold Quantum tunneling in complex systems I00012 2007 eBook  
32 Charles H. Lineweaver (ed.) Complexity and the arrow of time 025250 2013 Book  
33 Thomas Jansen Analyzing evolutionary algorithms: The Computer Science Perspective 024750 2013 Book  
34 J.S. Nicolis Dynamics of hierarchial systems: An evolutionary approach 008163 1986 Book  
35 Ali Bulent Cambel Applied chaos theory: A paradigm for complexity 008138 1993 Book  
36 Gerard Weisbuch Complex systems dynamics: An introduction to automata networks 006033 1991 Book  
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TitleQuantum tunneling in complex systems : the semiclassical approach
Author(s)Joachim Ankerhold
PublicationBerlin, Springer, 2007.
Description1 online resource (xi, 210 p.) : 62 ill
Abstract Note"In the last two decades remarkable progress has been made in understanding and describing tunneling processes in complex systems in terms of classical trajectories. This book introduces recent concepts and achievements with particular emphasis on a dynamical formulation and relations to specific systems in mesoscopic, molecular, atomic, and nuclear physics. Advanced imaginary time techniques, e.g. for decay rates and tunnel splittings, are discussed in the first part. The second part covers current developments for wave-packet tunneling in real-time, and the third part describes thermodynamical and nonequilibrium approaches for barrier transmission in dissipative systems."--Jacket
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. Atoms, Molecules, Clusters and Plasmas 2. COMPLEXITY 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. Mathematical Methods in Physics 6. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 7. QUANTUM PHYSICS 8. QUANTUM THEORY 9. SCIENCE 10. STATISTICAL PHYSICS 11. Tunneling (Physics)
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TitleComplexity and the arrow of time
Author(s)Charles H. Lineweaver (ed.);Paul C. W. Davies (ed.);Michael Ruse (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Descriptionxii, 357p.
Abstract NoteThere is a widespread assumption that the universe in general, and life in particular, is 'getting more complex with time'. This book brings together a wide range of experts in science, philosophy and theology and unveils their joint effort in exploring this idea. They confront essential problems behind the theory of complexity and the role of life within it: what is complexity? When does it increase, and why? Is the universe evolving towards states of ever greater complexity and diversity? If so, what is the source of this universal enrichment? This book addresses those difficult questions, and offers a unique cross-disciplinary perspective on some of the most profound issues at the heart of science and philosophy. Readers will gain insights in complexity that reach deep into key areas of physics, biology, complexity science, philosophy and religion.
ISBN,Price9781107027251 : UKP 21.99(HB)
Classification501
Keyword(s)COMPLEXITY
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TitleAnalyzing evolutionary algorithms: The Computer Science Perspective
Author(s)Thomas Jansen
PublicationHeidelberg, Springer, 2013.
Descriptionx, 255p.
Series(Natural Computing Series)
Abstract Noten this book the author provides an introduction to the methods used to analyze evolutionary algorithms and other randomized search heuristics. He starts with an algorithmic and modular perspective and gives guidelines for the design of evolutionary algorithms. He then places the approach in the broader research context with a chapter on theoretical perspectives. By adopting a complexity-theoretical perspective, he derives general limitations for black-box optimization, yielding lower bounds on the performance of evolutionary algorithms, and then develops general methods for deriving upper and lower bounds step by step. This main part is followed by a chapter covering practical applications of these methods.
ISBN,Price9783642173387 : Euro 84.95(HB)
Classification681.3.06:510.5
Keyword(s)1. ALGORITHMS 2. ANALYSIS 3. COMPLEXITY 4. EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMS 5. NATURAL COMPUTING
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TitleDynamics of hierarchial systems: An evolutionary approach
Author(s)J.S. Nicolis
PublicationBerlin, Springer-Verlag, 1986.
Description397pp.
Series(Springer series in synergetics)
Classification531.3
Keyword(s)1. COMPLEXITY 2. DYNAMICS 3. HIERARCHIAL SYSTEMS 4. SYSTEM ANALYSIS
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TitleApplied chaos theory: A paradigm for complexity
Author(s)Ali Bulent Cambel
PublicationBoston, Academic Press, Inc., 1993.
Description246pp.
Classification536.758CHAOS
Keyword(s)1. CHAOS THEORY 2. CHAOTIC BEHAVIOR IN SYSTEMS 3. COMPLEXITY 4. PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
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TitleComplex systems dynamics: An introduction to automata networks
Author(s)Gerard Weisbuch
PublicationCalifornia, Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1991.
Description189pp.
Series(Santa Fe Institute studies in the sciences of complexity lecture notes)
Classification519.713
Keyword(s)1. AUTOMATA NETWORKS 2. COMPLEXITY 3. COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY 4. MACHINE THEORY
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