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Action-Amplitude Approach to Controlled Entropic Self-Organization
AbstractMotivated by the notion of perceptual error, as a core concept of the perceptual control theory, we propose an action-amplitude model for controlled entropic self-organization (CESO). We present several aspects of this development that illustrate its explanatory power: (i) a physical view of partition functions and path integrals, as well as entropy and phase transitions; (ii) a global view of functional compositions and commutative diagrams; (iii) a local geometric view of the Kähler–Ricci flow and time-evolution of entropic action; and (iv) a computational view using various path-integral approximations.
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Ivancevic, V.; Reid, D.; Scholz, J. Action-Amplitude Approach to Controlled Entropic Self-Organization. Entropy 2014, 16, 2699-2712.View more citation formats
Ivancevic V, Reid D, Scholz J. Action-Amplitude Approach to Controlled Entropic Self-Organization. Entropy. 2014; 16(5):2699-2712.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ivancevic, Vladimir; Reid, Darryn; Scholz, Jason. 2014. "Action-Amplitude Approach to Controlled Entropic Self-Organization." Entropy 16, no. 5: 2699-2712.
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