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Synergetics An Introduction Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Self-Organization in Physics, Chemistry and Biology by Hermann Haken

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
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Statementby Hermann Haken
SeriesSpringer Series in Synergetics -- 1, Springer series in synergetics -- 1.
LC ClassificationsQC1-75
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource.
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Open LibraryOL27090487M
ISBN 103642964699
ISBN 109783642964695

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Synergetics is the empirical study of systems in transformation, with an emphasis on total system behavior unpredicted by the behavior of any isolated components, including humanity's role as both participant and observer.. Since systems are identifiable at every scale from the quantum level to the cosmic, and humanity both articulates the behavior of these systems and is composed of these. Jan 01,  · In short: only read Synergetics after reading an 'interpretation' of Bucky's ideas by other writers. Synergetics is a book that is impossible to rate with a star-rating. So I won't. This is a an page condensation of Buckminster Fuller's year investigations into geometry, mathematics, physics, and metaphysics/5. "Synergetics is the system of holistic thinking which R. Buckminster Fuller introduced and began to formulate. Synergetics is multi-faceted: it involves geometric modeling, exploring inter-relationships in the facts of experience and the process of thinking. This book is a reprint edition that comprises two titles, namely "Synergetics. An Introduction. Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Self-Organization in Physics, Chemistry and Biology" and ''Advanced Synergetics/5(7).

Synergetics, according to E. J. Applewhite, was Fuller's name for the geometry he advanced based on the patterns of energy that he saw in nature. For Fuller, geometry was a laboratory science with the touch and feel of physical models--not rules out of a textbook. It gains its validity not from classic abstractions but from the results of individual physical redleaf-photography.comption by the 5/5(1). SYNERGETICS. Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking by. R. Buckminster Fuller. in collaboration with E. J. Applewhite First Published by Macmillan Publishing Co. Inc. , Synergetics is an interdisciplinary science explaining the formation and self-organization of patterns and structures in open systems far from thermodynamic is founded by Hermann Haken, inspired by the laser theory. Haken's interpretation of the laser principles as self-organization of non-equilibrium systems paved the way at the end of the s to the development of synergetics. Table of Contents. Collaboration by E. J. Applewhite; Dedication; Scenarios; Explicit; Preface by A. Leob.

Synergetics 2 contains a ninety-page index to both volumes. They comprise a single work with the sequence of paragraphs numbered to dovetail in a single integrated narrative. They should eventually be published as a single work eliminating the artificial division into two volumes resulting from the chronology of their composition.E. J. Applewhite, courtesy of the Estate of R. Buckminster Fuller5/5(1). Depending on the particular aspects of synergetics being treated, these conferences can have such varied titles as "Nonequilibrium Nonlinear Statistical Physics," "Self-Organization," "Chaos and Order," and others. Many professors and students have expressed the view that the present book provides a good introduction to this new Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. This book is an often-requested reprint of two classic texts by H. Haken: "Synergetics. An Introduction" and "Advanced Synergetics". Synergetics, an interdisciplinary research program initiated by H. Haken in , deals with the systematic and methodological approach to the rapidly growing field of Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Apr 01,  · "Synergetics" was the summation of Fuller's philosophy; the foundation underlaying his other, practical works. As such, the book contains little in the way of immediately applicable information, such as how to design a car, a building, or a by: