In the motion fractal theory, the scale relativity dynamics of any complex system are described through various Schrödinger or hydrodynamic type fractal “regimes”. In the one dimensional stationary case of Schrödinger type fractal “regimes”, synchronizations of complex system entities implies a joint invariant function with the simultaneous action of two isomorphic groups of the
type as solutions of Stoka type equations. Among these joint invariant functions, Gaussians become in the Jeans’s sense, probability density (i.e., stochasticity) whenever the information on the complex system analyzed is fragmentary. In the two-dimensional case of hydrodynamic type fractal “regimes” at a non-differentiable scale, the soliton and soliton-kink of fractal type of the velocity field generate the minimal vortex of fractal type that becomes the source of all turbulences in the complex systems dynamics. Some correlations of our model to experimental data were also achieved.
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