Dissipative Structures and Biological Evolution
2013 (English)In: Understanding Complex Systems: Without Bounds: A Scientific Canvas of Nonlinearityand Complex Dynamics, Understanding Complex Systems, / [ed] Ramon G. Rubio et al., Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer, 2013, 623-633 p.Chapter in book (Refereed)
In this commemorative volume we honor Professor M. G. Velarde (MGV) on 4account of his remarkable achievements in the new and exciting domain of Complex Systems and Non-Linear Dynamics in general and the study of novel electric trans- 6port mechanisms in particular, for recent references see e.g. [1–3]. Our trajectories first crossed during a workshop, under the chairmanship of Profs. I. Prigogine and G. Nicolis, to discuss the European Commission’s working document on Prospects in the Science of Complexity in European Research within the Fourth Framework Programme in 1994. In these panel reports fundamental problems in complex systems research were laid down with particular emphasis on viewing phenomena from the microscopic scale to the macroscopic one including the emergence of selforganization in the information technology and the biology sectors.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer, 2013. 623-633 p.
, Springer Complexity, ISSN 1860-0832
Biological evolution, Gödel's theorem, teleonomic processes, coherence and decoherence
Research subject Chemistry with specialization in Quantum Chemistry
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