Principle of least action and convergence of systems towards state of closure

@inproceedings{Chatterjee2013PrincipleOL,
  title={Principle of least action and convergence of systems towards state of closure},
  author={Atanu Chatterjee},
  year={2013}
}
A natural process is defined as an act, by which a system organizes itself with time. Any natural process drives a system to a state of greater organization. Co-existence of a system in states of maximum organization as well as maximum action forms the core idea of the paper. Organization is a progressive change that gradually converge a system towards a state of closure. To understand this in detail, major influences have been drawn from the Principle of Least Action and, it allows us to see… 

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