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Symmetry and Complexity 2019

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Symmetry and Complexity 2019

Symmetry and Complexity 2019 by Carlo Cattani
English | PDF | 2020 | 314 Pages | ISBN : 3039368443 | 28 MB

Symmetry and complexity are two fundamental features of almost all phenomena in nature and science. Any complex physical model is characterized by the existence of some symmetry groups at different scales. On the other hand, breaking the symmetry of a scientific model has always been considered the most challenging direction for discoveries. Modeling complexity has recently become an increasingly popular subject, with impressive growth in applications.

Symmetry and Complexity

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Symmetry and Complexity

Symmetry and Complexity by Carlo Cattani
English | PDF | 2020 | 190 Pages | ISBN : 303936846X | 6.07 MB

Symmetry and complexity are the two fundamental features of almost all phenomena in nature and science. Any complex physical model is characterized by the existence of some symmetry groups at different scales. On the other hand, breaking the symmetry of a scientific model has always been considered as the most challenging direction for new discoveries. Modeling complexity has recently become an increasingly popular subject, with an impressive growth when it comes to applications. The main goal of modeling complexity is the search for hidden or broken symmetries.

Symmetry in Electromagnetism

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Symmetry in Electromagnetism

Symmetry in Electromagnetism by Albert Ferrando
English | PDF | 2020 | 194 Pages | ISBN : 3039431242 | 10.6 MB

Electromagnetismplaysanessentialrole,bothinbasicandappliedphysicsresearch. Thediscovery of electromagnetism as the unifying theory for electricity and magnetism represented a cornerstone in modern physics. From the very beginning, symmetry was crucial to the concept of unification: Electromagnetism was soon formulated as a gauge theory, in which a local phase symmetry explained its mathematical formulation. This early connection between symmetry and electromagnetism shows that a symmetry-based approach to many electromagnetic phenomena is recurrent, even today.

Symmetry in Classical and Fuzzy Algebraic Hypercompositional Structures

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Symmetry in Classical and Fuzzy Algebraic Hypercompositional Structures

Symmetry in Classical and Fuzzy Algebraic Hypercompositional Structures by Irina Cristea
English | PDF | 2020 | 210 Pages | ISBN : 3039287087 | 6.75 MB

This book is a collection of 12 innovative research papers in the field of hypercompositional algebra, 7 of them being more theoretically oriented, with the other 5 presenting strong applicative aspects in engineering, control theory, artificial intelligence, and graph theory.

Unitary Symmetry And Combinatorics

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Unitary Symmetry And Combinatorics

James D. Louck, "Unitary Symmetry And Combinatorics"
English | ISBN: 9812814728 | 2008 | 619 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Discrete Mathematics and Symmetry

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Discrete Mathematics and Symmetry

Discrete Mathematics and Symmetry by Angel Garrido
English | PDF | 2020 | 460 Pages | ISBN : 3039281909 | 24.48 MB

SYMMETRY AND GEOMETRY. One of the core concepts essential to understanding natural phenomena and the dynamics of social systems is the concept of “relation”. Furthermore, scientists rely on relational structures with high levels of symmetry because of their optimal behavior and highperformance. Humanfriendships, socialandinterconnectionnetworks, trafficsystems, chemical structures, etc., can beexpressed asrelational structures. A mathematical model capturing the essence of this situation is a combinatorial object exhibiting a high level of symmetry, and the underlying mathematical discipline is algebraic combinatorics—the most vivid expression of the concept of symmetry in discrete mathematics.