# Universal concept of complexity by the dynamic redundance paradigm: Causal randomness, complete wave mechanics, and the ultimate unification of knowledge

@inproceedings{Kirilyuk1997UniversalCO, title={Universal concept of complexity by the dynamic redundance paradigm: Causal randomness, complete wave mechanics, and the ultimate unification of knowledge}, author={A. Kirilyuk}, year={1997} }

The fundamental impasses and ruptures in various domains of the canonical, unitary science, or the 'end of science', become the more and more evident. The natural unity of being is recovered within a universal nonperturbative method leading to the dynamic redundance paradigm. It is shown that the unreduced behaviour of any nontrivial (isolated) system includes many equally real, but incompatible dynamic regimes, each of them being roughly equivalent to an ordinary 'complete' solution of the… Expand

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