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without fully exploring better regions [ 9 ]. The work presented here introduces a new variation of PSO called Chaotic PSO (CPSO), which uses insights from chaos theory to improve PSO's ability to explore and exploit its environment. By introducing

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, represented morphologically by a surface. Many “natural” forms can be re-constructed by combining these elementary catastrophes. 28 In the 1970s: chaos theory (in other words, the emergence of its “theorized” or systematized form) was used to describe

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Péter Nádas’s novel published in the Hungarian language in 2005 deals with both European and Hungarian history, and validates a very specific view on history. The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon the question of relevance to the text concerning the body/body ideology aspects of Nádas’s historical approach. Differing representations of our sensuality in addition to placing the issue into a new context is one of the substantial undertakings of Parallel Stories, which in my opinion is worth approaching in the interrelationship of bodysensualitybody ideologieshistorypowernovel structure. In my study, I start out from K. Theweleit’s theory, which combines the forceful exercise of power with the ideology of male camaraderie, I then analyse how this approach appears in different text levels, motifs, scenes of Nádas’s novel, up to the composition following the “chaos structure”.

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György Ligeti was very interested in many artistic and scientific fields and drew inspiration for his compositional work from them (his engagement with mathematics – particularly fractal geometry and chaos theory – is perhaps the best known). In

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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors:
Márk Molnár
,
Zsófia Anna Gaál
,
Roland Boha
,
Brigitta Tóth
,
Máté Benyovszky
, and
Balázs Czigler

A tanulmányban áttekintjük az idegrendszeri komplexitás anatómiai és élettani jellegzetességeit előtérbe helyezve ennek elektrofiziológiai vonatkozásait. Kitérünk azokra a módszerekre, amelyekkel ezek a tulajdonságok vizsgálhatók, kiemelve annak jelentőségét, ami az egyes idegrendszeri területek integratív működésében nyilvánul meg egyes kognitív funkciókat tekintve. Példákat hozunk fel annak demonstrálására, hogy e szemlélet milyen előnyöket biztosít ezen funkciók vizsgálatának szempontjából mind az egészséges, mind pedig a kórosan működő idegrendszer esetében.

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The solid—liquid transition is described by use of the model incorporating the non-linear interactive oscillators. The individual non-linear oscillators are formed from the mechanical units of about the monomer size and produce the vibrations on the lower amplitude level, for the solid phase, either in amorphous or in crystal-like form. As the temperature starts to overpass the Vogel's temperature, the vibrations of individual units are big enough to cause the permanent displacements of the individual vibrating particles; the material starts to flow and the process of diffusion begins as well. As the temperature is passing through T g vicinity, the large mechanical heterogeneity's start to appear as the small percentage of oscillators enlarge their amplitude of vibrations enormously and act as the local stress perturbations centers. These centers are responsible for the destruction of original matrixes and the sharp onset of fluidity and diffusion takes place. The upper amplitude of vibration motion is the basic property of a liquid state. The whole system of vibrations in matrix is described by use of techniques of deterministic chaos theories. It is shown as well, how the mutual interplay of the partition functions (vibration and cohesive), plays the important role in transition from liquid to solid states.

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-organization of Scientific Communications DSWO Press Leiden . Leydesdorff , L. Van den Besselaar , P. (eds.) 1994 Evolutionary Economics and Chaos

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5 88 94 Lipsitz, L. A., Goldberger, A. L. (1992) Loss of complexity and aging. Potential applications of fractals and chaos theory to senescence

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and C . Tsallis . The rate of entropy increase at the edge of chaos . arXiv : cond-mat/9907412v4 , 2000 . [15] J . Li and X . Ye . Recent development of chaos theory in topological dynamics . arXiv : 1503.06425v1 , 2015 . [16] V . Luo , W

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„…Úgy érzem, mintha kiesnék ebből a világból.” A lélektani krízis átmeneti tapasztalatának narratív sajátosságai

„…I feel as if i fell out of this world.” Narrative characteristics of the transitional experiences of psychological crisis

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Author:
Márta B. Erdős

(Eds), Communication: an arena of development (pp. 195 – 214 ). Greenwich, CT : Ablex . Bussolari , C. J. , & Goodell , J. A. ( 2009 ). Chaos Theory as a Model for Life

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