How Nature Works: The Science of Self-organized Criticality
Springer, 1999/04/23 - 212 ページ
Self-organized criticality, the spontaneous development of systems to a critical state, is the first general theory of complex systems with a firm mathematical basis. This theory describes how many seemingly desperate aspects of the world, from stock market crashes to mass extinctions, avalanches to solar flares, all share a set of simple, easily described properties. "...a'must read'...Bak writes with such ease and lucidity, and his ideas are so intriguing...essential reading for those interested in complex systems...it will reward a sufficiently skeptical reader." -NATURE "...presents the theory (self-organized criticality) in a form easily absorbed by the non-mathematically inclined reader." -BOSTON BOOK REVIEW "I picture Bak as a kind of scientific musketeer; flamboyant, touchy, full of swagger and ready to join every fray... His book is written with panache. The style is brisk, the content stimulating. I recommend it as a bracing experience." -NEW SCIENTIST
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Review: How Nature Works: The Science of Self-Organized Criticalityユーザー レビュー - Eun-kyeong Kim - Goodreads
The author used excellent analogies, which enables readers to understand several concepts related to self-organized criticality (SOC). SOC impressed me in that this simple concept can be applied to a ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: How Nature Works: The Science of Self-Organized Criticalityユーザー レビュー - Nathaniel Snell - Goodreads
This one was really cool. I'm not quite 100% sold on SOC necessarily being the right theory for understanding all the complex phenomena described in the book, but it makes a convincing case that, at ... レビュー全文を読む
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How Nature Works: The Science of Self Organized Criticality
A non-specialists' introduction to the phenomena of self-organized criticality, which offers considerable insight into a wide range of phenomena from ...
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Per Bak: How Nature Works: The Science of Self-Organised Criticality
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How Nature Works: The Science of Self-Organized Criticality. New York: Copernicus. ISBN 0-387-94791-4. Bak, P. and Paczuski, M. (1995). ...
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