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by Anastasios a Tsonis

eBook Randomnicity: Rules and Randomness in the Realm of the Infinite ePub
Author: Anastasios a Tsonis
Language: English
ISBN: 1848161972
ISBN13: 978-1848161979
Publisher: Imperial College Pr (July 1, 2008)
Pages: 191
Category: Mathematics
Subcategory: Science
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Anastasios A. Tsonis. This unique book explores the definition, sources and role of randomness. Finally, an explanation is given as to why rules and randomness cannot exist by themselves, but instead have to coexist.

Anastasios A. A joyful discussion with many non-mathematical and mathematical examples leads to the identification of three sources of randomness: randomness due to irreversibility which inhibits us from extracting whatever rules may underlie a process, randomness due to our inability to have infinite power (chaos), and randomness due to many interacting systems. Here, all sources are found to have something in common: infinity.

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Randomness can be the primary mechanism for the appearance of structures in random media. Already in this direction, Zeldovich et al. use a novel theory of random medium (random field) to explain the generation of a selfexciting magnetic field and its correlation properties in the turbulent hydrodynamic motion of a conducting fluid. Much effort has gone into elucidating control of the body by the brain, less so the role of the body in controlling the brain. This essay develops the idea that the brain does a great deal of work in the service of behavior that is controlled by the body, a blue-collar role compared to the white-collar control exercised by the body. Randomnicity: rules and randomness in the realm of the infinite. Probing the linearity and nonlinearity in DNA sequences. First Online: 11 October 2017. London: Imperial College Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Fractal characterization and simulation of lightning. Contributions to Atmospheric Physics 60: 187–192. Physica A 312: 458–468.

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rules and randomness in the realm of the infinite. by Anastasios A. Published 2008 by Imperial College Press, Distributed by World Scientific Pub. Co. in London, Singapore, Hackensack, NJ. Written in English. Stochastic processes, Chaotic behavior in systems, Infinite. The three parts of everything. Sources of randomness. Randomness in the universe. The emergence of the real world. The rold of randomness.

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This book explains as to why rules and randomness cannot exist by themselves . This idea is illustrated in various probability schemes and the deep impact of those random times on the theory of the stochastic process is shown.

This book explains as to why rules and randomness cannot exist by themselves, but instead have to coexist.

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Tsonis, Anastasios A. Short book, mostly covering several of the usual topics but with some less common stories and a little math (. Imperial College Press, 2008. Bennett, Deborah J. Randomness. Harvard University Press, 1999. the simplest random number generator). Aczel, Amir D. Chance. A guide to gambling, love, the stock market, and just about everything else. Thunder's Mouth Press, 2004.

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This unique book explores the definition, sources and role of randomness. A joyful discussion with many non-mathematical and mathematical examples leads to the identification of three sources of randomness: randomness due to irreversibility which inhibits us from extracting whatever rules may underlie a process, randomness due to our inability to have infinite power (chaos), and randomness due to many interacting systems. Here, all sources are found to have something in common: infinity. The discussion then moves to the physical system (our universe). Through the quantum mechanical character of small scales, the second law of thermodynamics and chaos, randomness is shown to be an intrinsic property of nature — this is consistent with the three sources of randomness identified above. Finally, an explanation is given as to why rules and randomness cannot exist by themselves, but instead have to coexist. Many examples are presented, ranging from pure mathematical to natural and social processes, that clearly demonstrate how the combination of rules and randomness produces the world we live in.
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