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Self-Organization Autowaves and Structures Far from Equilibrium : Proceedings of an International Sympusium Pushchino, USSR, July 18-23, 1983

Author: V I Krinskiĭ
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1984.
Series: Springer Series in Synergetics, 28; Springer series in synergetics, 28.
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According to its definition, Synergetics is concerned with systems that produce macroscopic spatial, temporal, or functional structures. Autowaves are·a specific, yet very important, case of spatio-temporal structures. The term "autowave" was coined in the Soviet Union in analogy to the term "auto-oscillator". This is - perhaps too literal - translation of the Russian word "avto-ostsillyatory" (= self oscillator)  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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All Authors / Contributors: V I Krinskiĭ
ISBN: 9783642702105 3642702104 9783642702129 3642702120
OCLC Number: 858930053
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Contents: I Introduction --
Synergetics --
Some Basic Concepts and Recent Results --
Autowaves: Results, Problems, Outlooks --
II Self-Organization in Physical Systems: Autowaves and Structures Far from Equilibrium --
The Microscopic Theory of Irreversible Processes --
Coherent Structures in Plasmas. --
Structures in the Universe. --
Interfacial Instability in Fluid Layers Under Thermal Constraints --
Laser-Induced Autowave Processes --
Completely Integrable Models in the Domain Walls and Interphases Theories --
The Autowave Phenomena on the Surface of Crystallizing Solution --
Autowave Processes in Semiconductors with the Temperature-Electric Instability --
Thermal Wave Propagation in a Superconducting System as an Autowave Process --
Theory of Development of Large-Scale Structures in Hydrodynamical Turbulence --
The Role of Fluctuations for Self-Organization in Physical Systems (an Exemplary Case of Transition from a Laminar to Turbulent Flow) --
Stochastization of Nonstationary Structures in a Distributed Oscillator with Delay. --
Experimental Study of Rossby Solitons and Dissipative Structures in Geostrophical Streams. --
III Mathematical Backgrounds of Autowaves --
A Theory of Spiral Waves in Active Media --
One-Dimensional Autowaves, Methods of Qualitative Description --
Twisted Scroll Waves in Three-Dimensional Active Media --
On the Complex Stationary Nearly Solitary Waves --
Elements of the 'Optics' of Autowaves --
Numerical Simulation and Nonlinear Processes in Dissipative Media --
The Onset and the Development of Chaotic Structures in Dissipative Media --
IV Autowaves and Auto-Oscillations in Chemically Active Media --
Mathematical Models of Chemically Active Media --
On the Mechanism of Target Pattern Formation in the Distributed Belousov-Zhabotinsky System. --
Iodide-Induced Oscillation in Uncatalyzed Bromate Oscillators --
Topological Similarities in Dissipative Structures of Marangoni-Instabi1ity and Belousov-Zhabotinsky-Reaction. --
A Generalized Mechanism for Bromate-Driven Oscillators --
Electrical Field Effects on Propagating Pulse and Front Waves --
Self-Organization Phenomena and Autowave Processes in Heterogeneous Chemical and Physical Systems. --
Threshold Effects and Autowave Processes in Low-Temperature Solid-State Chemical Reactions. --
Spatial Structures and Pattern Selection in Chemical Systems --
Simulation of Self-Organized States in Combustion Processes --
V Autowaves in Biological Systems --
Leão's Spreading Depression, an Example of Diffusion-Mediated Propagation of Excitation in the Central Nervous System. --
The Autowave Nature of Cardiac Arrhythmias --
Cardiac Arrhythmias During Acute Myocardial Ischemia --
Properties of Rotating Waves in Three Dimensions. Scroll Rings in Myocard --
Waves and Structures in Space: Ecology and Epidemiology --
Synergetics and Biological Morphogenesis --
Collective Phenomena in the Multicellular Development of Dictyostelium Discoideur. --
Study of 'Target Patterns' in a Phage-Bacterium System --
Plasmodium of the Myxomycete Physarum Polycephalum as an Autowave Self-Organizing System. --
VI Evolution and Self-Organization --
Violation of Symmetry and Self-Organization in Prebiological Evolution --
Physical Models of Evolution Processes --
Experimental and Theoretical Studies of the Regulatory Hierarchy in Glycolysis --
Evolution and Value of Information --
Index of Contributors.
Series Title: Springer Series in Synergetics, 28; Springer series in synergetics, 28.
Responsibility: edited by V.I. Krinsky.

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Simi larly, the term "autowaves" de- notes propagation effects - including waves - in active media, which provide spa- tially distributed energy sources and thus may compensate dissipation.  Read more...

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