## Universal Concept of Complexity by the Dynamic Redundance Paradigm: Causal Randomness, Complete Wave Mechanics, and the Ultimate Unification of Knowledge |

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### Contents

Extended Abstract | 13 |

To the Reader | 19 |

The End | 29 |

Dynamical chaos and complexity in Hamiltonian | 37 |

Quantum chaos in Hamiltonian systems with periodic perturbation | 58 |

Dynamic uncertainty and fractal structure of quantum chaos | 76 |

Discussion | 82 |

Fundamental multivaluedness nonintegrability completeness | 92 |

Particle coordinate measurement | 131 |

A scheme of the complete causal wave | 146 |

Quantum field mechanics as the unified complexdynamical extension | 157 |

Conclusion | 266 |

Universal Science of Complexity | 275 |

Fundamental arborescence of complexity | 330 |

Conclusion | 510 |

Revolution of complexity and possible ways of development | 517 |

Auxiliaries for the effective dynamical function formalism | 101 |

Incompleteness of quantum mechanics and its involvement with chaos | 107 |

Causal indeterminism | 114 |

The Beginning | 531 |

### Common terms and phrases

actually approach basic Broglie canonical causally random chaotic characteristic classical classical mechanics complex behaviour complex dynamics complex system concept conservation law corresponding decoherence definition degrees of freedom described dynamic complexity dynamic redundance dynamic uncertainty effective eigenvalues elementary field elementary particles energy entropy existence extended fermionic field-particle FMDF formalism fractal function fundamental dynamic generalised global gravitational Hamilton-Jacobi equation Hamiltonian hierarchy interaction interpretation intrinsic involved level of complexity linear science linear-science manifestations mathematical measurement multilevel multiple realisations multivaluedness natural nonlinear notion objects observed obtained ordinary paradigm parameters particular perturbation photons physical possible probabilistic problem properties qualitative quantization quantum beat quantum chaos quantum field mechanics quantum indeterminacy quantum measurement quantum mechanics realisations reality reduction regime regular Schrodinger equation science of complexity simulation solution space spatial specific subsection symmetry theory trajectories transformation transition virtual soliton wave wave-particle duality wavefunction

### References to this book

Fractals in Biology and Medicine, Volume 4 Gabriele A. Losa,Theo F. Nonnenmacher Limited preview - 2005 |