Action, an Extensive Property of Self – Organizing Systems

Authors

  • Atanu Chatterjee Indian Astrobiology Research Centre

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijbas.v1i4.419

Published:

2012-09-16

Abstract

The Principle of Least Action has evolved and established itself as the most basic law of physics. This allows us to see how this fundamental law of nature determines the development of the system towards states with less action, i.e., organized states. The intrinsic properties of complex systems are investigated. A system undergoing a natural process is formulated as a game that tends to organize the system in the least possible time. Nash – equilibrium strategy profile is being proposed as an attractor for self – organizing complex systems.

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