# The restrictions of the maximum entropy production principle

@article{Martyushev2014TheRO, title={The restrictions of the maximum entropy production principle}, author={Leonid M. Martyushev and Vladimir D. Seleznev}, journal={Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications}, year={2014}, volume={410}, pages={17-21} }

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