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Emergence of dynamical order [[electronic resource] ] : synchronization phenomena in complex systems / / Susanna C. Manrubia, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Damian H. Zanette
Emergence of dynamical order [[electronic resource] ] : synchronization phenomena in complex systems / / Susanna C. Manrubia, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Damian H. Zanette
Autore Manrubia Susanna C
Pubbl/distr/stampa River Edge, N.J. ; ; London, : World Scientific, 2004
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (359 p.)
Disciplina 003
Altri autori (Persone) MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)
ZanetteDamian <1963->
Collana World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems
Soggetto topico Mathematical physics
System analysis
Synchronization
Statistical physics
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-34765-5
9786611347659
981-256-246-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Emergence of Dynamical Order: Synchronization Phenomena in Complex Systems; Contents; Preface; 1. Introduction; Part 1: Synchronization and Clustering of Periodic Oscillators; 2. Ensembles of Identical Phase Oscillators; 2.1 Coupled Periodic Oscillators; 2.2 Global Coupling and Full Synchronization; 2.3 Clustering; 2.4 Other Interaction Models; 3. Heterogeneous Ensembles and the Effects of Noise; 3.1 Transition to Frequency Synchronization; 3.2 Frequency Clustering; 3.3 Fluctuating Forces; 3.4 Time-Delayed Interactions; 4. Oscillator Networks; 4.1 Regular Lattices with Local Interactions
4.1.1 Heterogeneous ensembles4.2 Random Interaction Architectures; 4.2.1 Frustrated interactions; 4.3 Time Delays; 4.3.1 Periodic linear arrays; 4.3.2 Local interactions with uniform delay; 5. Arrays of Limit-Cycle Oscillators; 5.1 Synchronization of Weakly Nonlinear Oscillators; 5.1.1 Oscillation death due to time delays; 5.2 Complex Global Coupling; 5.3 Non-local Coupling; Part 2: Synchronization and Clustering in Chaotic Systems; 6. Chaos and Synchronization; 6.1 Chaos in Simple Systems; 6.1.1 Lyapunov exponents; 6.1.2 Phase and amplitude in chaotic systems
6.2 Synchronization of Two Coupled Maps6.2.1 Saw-tooth maps; 6.3 Synchronization of Two Coupled Oscillators; 6.3.1 Phase synchronization; 6.3.2 Lag synchronization; 6.3.3 Synchronization in the Lorenz system; 7. Synchronization in Populations of Chaotic Elements; 7.1 Ensembles of Identical Oscillators; 7.1.1 Master stability functions; 7.1.2 Synchronizability of arbitrary connection topologies; 7.2 Partial Entrainment in Rossler Oscillators; 7.2.1 Phase synchronization; 7.3 Logistic Maps; 7.3.1 Globally coupled logistic maps; 7.3.2 Heterogeneous ensembles; 7.3.3 Coupled map lattices
8. Clustering8.1 Dynamical Phases of Globally Coupled Logistic Maps; 8.1.1 Two-cluster solutions; 8.1.2 Clustering phase of globally coupled logistic maps; 8.1.3 Turbulent phase; 8.2 Universality Classes and Collective Behavior in Chaotic Maps; 8.3 Randomly Coupled Logistic Maps; 8.4 Clustering in the Rossler System; 8.5 Local Coupling; 9. Dynamical Glasses; 9.1 Introduction to Spin Glasses; 9.2 Globally Coupled Logistic Maps as Dynamical Glasses; 9.3 Replicas and Overlaps in Logistic Maps; 9.4 The Thermodynamic Limit; 9.5 Overlap Distributions and Ultrametricity
Part 3: Selected Applications10. Chemical Systems; 10.1 Arrays of Electrochemical Oscillators; 10.1.1 Periodic oscillators; 10.1.2 Chaotic oscillators; 10.2 Catalytic Surface Reactions; 10.2.1 Experiments with global delayed feedback; 10.2.2 Numerical simulations; 10.2.3 Complex Ginzburg-Landau equation with global delayed feedback; 11. Biological Cells; 11.1 Glycolytic Oscillations; 11.2 Dynamical Clustering and Cell Differentiation; 11.3 Synchronization of Molecular Machines; 12. Neural Networks; 12.1 Neurons; 12.2 Synchronization in the brain; 12.3 Cross-coupled neural networks
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Manrubia Susanna C  
River Edge, N.J. ; ; London, : World Scientific, 2004
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Emergence of dynamical order [[electronic resource] ] : synchronization phenomena in complex systems / / Susanna C. Manrubia, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Damian H. Zanette
Emergence of dynamical order [[electronic resource] ] : synchronization phenomena in complex systems / / Susanna C. Manrubia, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Damian H. Zanette
Autore Manrubia Susanna C
Pubbl/distr/stampa River Edge, N.J. ; ; London, : World Scientific, 2004
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (359 p.)
Disciplina 003
Altri autori (Persone) MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)
ZanetteDamian <1963->
Collana World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems
Soggetto topico Mathematical physics
System analysis
Synchronization
Statistical physics
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-34765-5
9786611347659
981-256-246-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Emergence of Dynamical Order: Synchronization Phenomena in Complex Systems; Contents; Preface; 1. Introduction; Part 1: Synchronization and Clustering of Periodic Oscillators; 2. Ensembles of Identical Phase Oscillators; 2.1 Coupled Periodic Oscillators; 2.2 Global Coupling and Full Synchronization; 2.3 Clustering; 2.4 Other Interaction Models; 3. Heterogeneous Ensembles and the Effects of Noise; 3.1 Transition to Frequency Synchronization; 3.2 Frequency Clustering; 3.3 Fluctuating Forces; 3.4 Time-Delayed Interactions; 4. Oscillator Networks; 4.1 Regular Lattices with Local Interactions
4.1.1 Heterogeneous ensembles4.2 Random Interaction Architectures; 4.2.1 Frustrated interactions; 4.3 Time Delays; 4.3.1 Periodic linear arrays; 4.3.2 Local interactions with uniform delay; 5. Arrays of Limit-Cycle Oscillators; 5.1 Synchronization of Weakly Nonlinear Oscillators; 5.1.1 Oscillation death due to time delays; 5.2 Complex Global Coupling; 5.3 Non-local Coupling; Part 2: Synchronization and Clustering in Chaotic Systems; 6. Chaos and Synchronization; 6.1 Chaos in Simple Systems; 6.1.1 Lyapunov exponents; 6.1.2 Phase and amplitude in chaotic systems
6.2 Synchronization of Two Coupled Maps6.2.1 Saw-tooth maps; 6.3 Synchronization of Two Coupled Oscillators; 6.3.1 Phase synchronization; 6.3.2 Lag synchronization; 6.3.3 Synchronization in the Lorenz system; 7. Synchronization in Populations of Chaotic Elements; 7.1 Ensembles of Identical Oscillators; 7.1.1 Master stability functions; 7.1.2 Synchronizability of arbitrary connection topologies; 7.2 Partial Entrainment in Rossler Oscillators; 7.2.1 Phase synchronization; 7.3 Logistic Maps; 7.3.1 Globally coupled logistic maps; 7.3.2 Heterogeneous ensembles; 7.3.3 Coupled map lattices
8. Clustering8.1 Dynamical Phases of Globally Coupled Logistic Maps; 8.1.1 Two-cluster solutions; 8.1.2 Clustering phase of globally coupled logistic maps; 8.1.3 Turbulent phase; 8.2 Universality Classes and Collective Behavior in Chaotic Maps; 8.3 Randomly Coupled Logistic Maps; 8.4 Clustering in the Rossler System; 8.5 Local Coupling; 9. Dynamical Glasses; 9.1 Introduction to Spin Glasses; 9.2 Globally Coupled Logistic Maps as Dynamical Glasses; 9.3 Replicas and Overlaps in Logistic Maps; 9.4 The Thermodynamic Limit; 9.5 Overlap Distributions and Ultrametricity
Part 3: Selected Applications10. Chemical Systems; 10.1 Arrays of Electrochemical Oscillators; 10.1.1 Periodic oscillators; 10.1.2 Chaotic oscillators; 10.2 Catalytic Surface Reactions; 10.2.1 Experiments with global delayed feedback; 10.2.2 Numerical simulations; 10.2.3 Complex Ginzburg-Landau equation with global delayed feedback; 11. Biological Cells; 11.1 Glycolytic Oscillations; 11.2 Dynamical Clustering and Cell Differentiation; 11.3 Synchronization of Molecular Machines; 12. Neural Networks; 12.1 Neurons; 12.2 Synchronization in the brain; 12.3 Cross-coupled neural networks
Bibliography
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Manrubia Susanna C  
River Edge, N.J. ; ; London, : World Scientific, 2004
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Engineering of chemical complexity [[electronic resource] /] / editors, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Gerhard Ertl
Engineering of chemical complexity [[electronic resource] /] / editors, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Gerhard Ertl
Pubbl/distr/stampa Singapore ; ; Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (413 p.)
Disciplina 658.00952
660
Altri autori (Persone) MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)
ErtlG (Gerhard)
Collana World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems
Soggetto topico Chemistry - Mathematics
Chaotic behavior in systems
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-97146-1
981-4390-46-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto CONTENTS; Preface; PART I INTRODUCTION; 1. Analysis, Design and Control of Complex Chemical Systems Alexander S. Mikhailov and Gerhard Ertl; 1. Introduction; 2. A Brief Historical Overview; 3. Recent Developments and Open Perspectives; References; PART II SINGLE MOLECULES, NANOSCALE PHENOMENA AND ACTIVE PARTICLES; 2. Imaging and Manipulation of Single Molecules by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Leonhard Grill; 1. Introduction; 2. Imaging and Spectroscopy of Single Molecules; 2.1. Imaging single molecules; 2.2. Chemical identification by spectroscopy; 2.3. Imaging of diffusion processes
3. Manipulation of Single Molecules3.1. Manipulation without bias voltage; 3.2. Electron-induced manipulation; 3.3. Electric-field induced manipulation; 3.4. Lateral manipulation: Hopping vs rolling; 3.5. Vertical manipulation: Pulling single molecules from a surface; Acknowledgments; References; 3. Self-Organization at the Nanoscale in Far-From- Equilibrium Surface Reactions and Copolymerizations Pierre Gaspard; 1. Introduction; 2. Fundamental Aspects of Nonequilibrium Nanosystems; 2.1. Structure and function of nanosystems; 2.2. Out-of-equilibrium directionality of fluctuating currents
2.3. Thermodynamic origins of dynamical order3. Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions in High Electric Fields; 3.1. Surface conditions in FEM and FIM; 3.2. Adsorption-desorption kinetics; 3.3. Surface oxides of rhodium; 3.4. The H2-O2/Rh system; 3.4.1. Kinetic equations; 3.4.2. Bistability; 3.4.3. Oscillations; 3.5. Self-organization at the nanoscale; 4. Copolymerization processes; 4.1. Information processing at the molecular scale; 4.2. Thermodynamics of free copolymerization; 4.3. Thermodynamics of copolymerization with a template; 4.4. The case of DNA replication
5. Conclusions and PerspectivesAcknowledgments; References; 4. Single Molecule and Collective Dynamics of Motor Protein Coupled with Mechano-Sensitive Chemical Reaction Mitsuhiro Iwaki, Lorenzo Marcucci, Yuichi Togashi and Toshio Yanagida; 1. What is a Motor Protein?; 2. Measurement of Myosin at the Single Molecule Level; 3. Mechanosensitivity of ATP Hydrolysis during the Unidirectional Motion of Dimeric Myosin; 3.1. Mechanosensitive detachment of myosin-V from actin; 3.2. Mechanosensitive attachment of myosin-VI to actin
4. Modeling and Simulating Mechanochemical Coupling and Motor Protein Motion4.1. Molecular dynamics simulations; 4.2. Coarse-grained models and dynamics; 4.3. Quantum mechanics for chemical processes; 5. Modeling and Simulations of the Collective Behaviour of Motor Proteins; 5.1. Huxley's 1957 model; 5.2. Huxley and Simmons' 1971 model; 5.3. Diffusional model; References; 5. Nanomotors Propelled by Chemical Reactions Raymond Kapral; 1. Introduction; 2. Propulsion by Phoretic Mechanisms; 3. Microscopic and Mesoscopic Dynamics of Nanomotors; 4. Sphere Dimer Motors; Motor efficiency
Motor dynamics in chemically active media
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Singapore ; ; Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2013
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Engineering of chemical complexity [[electronic resource] /] / editors, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Gerhard Ertl
Engineering of chemical complexity [[electronic resource] /] / editors, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Gerhard Ertl
Pubbl/distr/stampa Singapore ; ; Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (413 p.)
Disciplina 658.00952
660
Altri autori (Persone) MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)
ErtlG (Gerhard)
Collana World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems
Soggetto topico Chemistry - Mathematics
Chaotic behavior in systems
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-97146-1
981-4390-46-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto CONTENTS; Preface; PART I INTRODUCTION; 1. Analysis, Design and Control of Complex Chemical Systems Alexander S. Mikhailov and Gerhard Ertl; 1. Introduction; 2. A Brief Historical Overview; 3. Recent Developments and Open Perspectives; References; PART II SINGLE MOLECULES, NANOSCALE PHENOMENA AND ACTIVE PARTICLES; 2. Imaging and Manipulation of Single Molecules by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Leonhard Grill; 1. Introduction; 2. Imaging and Spectroscopy of Single Molecules; 2.1. Imaging single molecules; 2.2. Chemical identification by spectroscopy; 2.3. Imaging of diffusion processes
3. Manipulation of Single Molecules3.1. Manipulation without bias voltage; 3.2. Electron-induced manipulation; 3.3. Electric-field induced manipulation; 3.4. Lateral manipulation: Hopping vs rolling; 3.5. Vertical manipulation: Pulling single molecules from a surface; Acknowledgments; References; 3. Self-Organization at the Nanoscale in Far-From- Equilibrium Surface Reactions and Copolymerizations Pierre Gaspard; 1. Introduction; 2. Fundamental Aspects of Nonequilibrium Nanosystems; 2.1. Structure and function of nanosystems; 2.2. Out-of-equilibrium directionality of fluctuating currents
2.3. Thermodynamic origins of dynamical order3. Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions in High Electric Fields; 3.1. Surface conditions in FEM and FIM; 3.2. Adsorption-desorption kinetics; 3.3. Surface oxides of rhodium; 3.4. The H2-O2/Rh system; 3.4.1. Kinetic equations; 3.4.2. Bistability; 3.4.3. Oscillations; 3.5. Self-organization at the nanoscale; 4. Copolymerization processes; 4.1. Information processing at the molecular scale; 4.2. Thermodynamics of free copolymerization; 4.3. Thermodynamics of copolymerization with a template; 4.4. The case of DNA replication
5. Conclusions and PerspectivesAcknowledgments; References; 4. Single Molecule and Collective Dynamics of Motor Protein Coupled with Mechano-Sensitive Chemical Reaction Mitsuhiro Iwaki, Lorenzo Marcucci, Yuichi Togashi and Toshio Yanagida; 1. What is a Motor Protein?; 2. Measurement of Myosin at the Single Molecule Level; 3. Mechanosensitivity of ATP Hydrolysis during the Unidirectional Motion of Dimeric Myosin; 3.1. Mechanosensitive detachment of myosin-V from actin; 3.2. Mechanosensitive attachment of myosin-VI to actin
4. Modeling and Simulating Mechanochemical Coupling and Motor Protein Motion4.1. Molecular dynamics simulations; 4.2. Coarse-grained models and dynamics; 4.3. Quantum mechanics for chemical processes; 5. Modeling and Simulations of the Collective Behaviour of Motor Proteins; 5.1. Huxley's 1957 model; 5.2. Huxley and Simmons' 1971 model; 5.3. Diffusional model; References; 5. Nanomotors Propelled by Chemical Reactions Raymond Kapral; 1. Introduction; 2. Propulsion by Phoretic Mechanisms; 3. Microscopic and Mesoscopic Dynamics of Nanomotors; 4. Sphere Dimer Motors; Motor efficiency
Motor dynamics in chemically active media
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Singapore ; ; Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2013
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Networks of interacting machines [[electronic resource] ] : production organization in complex industrial systems and biological cells / / editors, Dieter Armbruster, Kunihiko Kaneko, Alexander S. Mikhailov
Networks of interacting machines [[electronic resource] ] : production organization in complex industrial systems and biological cells / / editors, Dieter Armbruster, Kunihiko Kaneko, Alexander S. Mikhailov
Autore Armbruster Dieter
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2005
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (280 p.)
Disciplina 658.5
Altri autori (Persone) KanekoKunihiko
MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)
Collana World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems
Soggetto topico Production management
Production (Economic theory)
Cell interaction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-37289-7
9786611372897
981-270-324-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Preface; CONTENTS; 1 Continuum Models for Interacting Machines Dieter Armbruster, Pierre Degond, Christian Ringhofer; 2 Supply and Production Networks: From the Bullwhip Effect to Business Cycles Dirk Helbing, Stefan Lammer; 3 Managing Supply-Demand Networks in Semiconductor Manufacturing Karl Kempf; 4 Modelling Manufacturing Systems for Control: A Validation Study Erjen Lefeber, Roel van den Berg, J.E. Rooda; 5 Adaptive Networks of Production Processes Adam Ponzi; 6 Universal Statistics of Cells with Recursive Production Kunihiko Kanelco, Chikara Furusaura
7 Intracellular Networks of Interacting Molecular Machines Alexander S . Mikhailov8 Cell is Noisy Tatsuo Shibata; 9 An Intelligent Slime Mold: A Self-organizing System of Cell Shape and Information Tetsuo Ueda; 10 Communication and Structure within Networks Kim Sneppen, Martin Rosvall, Ala Trusina
Record Nr. UNINA-9910450714903321
Armbruster Dieter  
Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2005
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Networks of interacting machines [[electronic resource] ] : production organization in complex industrial systems and biological cells / / editors, Dieter Armbruster, Kunihiko Kaneko, Alexander S. Mikhailov
Networks of interacting machines [[electronic resource] ] : production organization in complex industrial systems and biological cells / / editors, Dieter Armbruster, Kunihiko Kaneko, Alexander S. Mikhailov
Autore Armbruster Dieter
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2005
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (280 p.)
Disciplina 658.5
Altri autori (Persone) KanekoKunihiko
MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)
Collana World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems
Soggetto topico Production management
Production (Economic theory)
Cell interaction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-37289-7
9786611372897
981-270-324-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Preface; CONTENTS; 1 Continuum Models for Interacting Machines Dieter Armbruster, Pierre Degond, Christian Ringhofer; 2 Supply and Production Networks: From the Bullwhip Effect to Business Cycles Dirk Helbing, Stefan Lammer; 3 Managing Supply-Demand Networks in Semiconductor Manufacturing Karl Kempf; 4 Modelling Manufacturing Systems for Control: A Validation Study Erjen Lefeber, Roel van den Berg, J.E. Rooda; 5 Adaptive Networks of Production Processes Adam Ponzi; 6 Universal Statistics of Cells with Recursive Production Kunihiko Kanelco, Chikara Furusaura
7 Intracellular Networks of Interacting Molecular Machines Alexander S . Mikhailov8 Cell is Noisy Tatsuo Shibata; 9 An Intelligent Slime Mold: A Self-organizing System of Cell Shape and Information Tetsuo Ueda; 10 Communication and Structure within Networks Kim Sneppen, Martin Rosvall, Ala Trusina
Record Nr. UNINA-9910538067603321
Armbruster Dieter  
Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2005
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