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Complex-Dynamical Nanobiotechnology Paradigm and Intrinsically Creative Evolution

  title={Complex-Dynamical Nanobiotechnology Paradigm and Intrinsically Creative Evolution},
  author={A. Kirilyuk},
  • A. Kirilyuk
  • Published 2016
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • viXra
Complex nanosystem dynamics is analysed by the unreduced solution of arbitrary many-body interaction problem, leading to the fundamental dynamic multivaluedness and universal definition of dynamic complexity in terms of the number of system realisations. We show that genuine quantum and classical chaos can only be strong for a free-interaction nanoscale system providing exponentially huge, “magic” efficiency of such unreduced interaction dynamics, which underlies the properties of life… Expand
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  • Computer Science
  • 2015 20th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science
  • 2015
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