• Publications
  • Influence
Modern trends in the theory of condensed matter : proceedings of the XVI Karpacz Winter School of Theoretical Physics, February 19-March 3, 1979, Karpacz, Poland
Bio-inspired Autonomic Structures: a middleware for Telecommunications Ecosystems and a Rate Feedback Predictive Control Scheme Based on Neural Network and Control Theory for Autonomic Communication.
Determination of the Explosion Behaviour of Methane and Propene in Air or Oxygen at Standard and Elevated Conditions
The article reports on the explosion pressure data for methane-air, and propene-air and -oxygen mixtures over their entire flammable range at standard and elevated pressure and/or temperature from
Coexistence in a predator-prey system.
  • M. Droz, A. Pekalski
  • Mathematics
    Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 23 April 2001
It is demonstrated that such a predator-prey system may finally reach one of the following three steady states: coexisting, with predators and prey; pure prey; or an empty one, in which both populations become extinct.
A review of explosion prevention and protection systems suitable as ultimate layer of protection in chemical process installations
Ideally, explosion risk is identified and prevented at an early stage of process design, forming a key part of the inherently safer design (ISD) approach. However, in practice, explosion risk often
A short guide to predator-prey lattice models
  • A. Pekalski
  • Mathematics
    Computing in Science & Engineering
  • 2004
This review contains no detailed formulas, model descriptions, or techniques; rather, it presents the authors' assumptions, main results, and conclusions.
Formation of Liesegang patterns: Simulations using a kinetic Ising model
A kinetic Ising model description of Liesegang phenomena is studied using Monte Carlo simulations. The model takes into account thermal fluctuations, contains noise in the chemical reactions, and its
Population dynamics with and without selection.
It is found that there is a threshold value of the initial size of the population, as well as of the habitat, below which the population will almost certainly become extinct.