Dynamical Systems: A Renewal of Mechanism : Centennial of George David Birkhoff
World Scientific, 1986 - Mathematics - 284 pages
This book commemorates the centenary of the birth of Georges David Birhoff, the father of the theory of Dynamical Systems. It consists of a volume of dedicated papers, reflecting the intellectual revolution of his work. This book is divided into four parts: Fundamental Paradigms — Chaos, Turbulence, Attractors, Bifurcations; Dynamical Systems and Microphysics; Self-Organization and Biological Dynamical Systems; Epistemology and History.
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WILLEMS Models for dynamical phenomena
GUMOWSKI Recurrences and the transition from point to
P BRUTER Bifurcation and continuity
Z MARIC M BOZlC and D DAVIDOVIC Randomness and determinism in
FARGUE Particles and classical1ike theories
P B SCHEURER Time its structural coding and quantum kinetics
VIDAL Spatial selforganization phenomena in chemical systems
ZEEMAN Dynamics of Darwinian evolution
DEMETRIUS Ergodic theory and dynamical systems in evolutionary
G A CARPENTER Some cellbiological mechanisms governing complex
J TONNELAT Normal tendency toward formation of singularities
MIRA Some historical aspects concerning the theory of
S DINER Epilogue
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