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Topic: Emerging Systems

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Friday, May 21, 2004 - 02:20 PM

Emerging Systems In 'Fractal Expressionism' associate professor, Richard Taylor (Materials Science Institute at the University of Oregon) combines science and art stating that American painter Jackson Pollack's paintings were fractal. But it doesn't stop there... a relationship between the our visual field's complexity and our levels of stress can be reduced, if we take into account our environment and work surroundings... At their basic level, fractals are repeating patterns that reveal greater complexity the more they are enlarged. Some are geometric and easy to spot, like a snowflake or the popular example known as the Sierpinski Triangle, a triangle made of so many smaller triangles that the closer you look the more triangles you find...


Tuesday, February 10, 2004 - 12:16 PM

Emerging Systems Physicist and computer scientist Stephen Wolfram has made his seminal work, A New Kind of Science, available for free online. What is the Principle of Computational Equivalence? Almost all processes that are not obviously simple can be viewed as computations of equivalent sophistication. More specifically, the principle of computational equivalence says that systems found in the natural world can perform computations up to a maximal ("universal") level of computational power, and that most systems do in fact attain this maximal level of computational power.


Friday, September 19, 2003 - 02:01 PM

Emerging Systems Zack Lynch [BRAIN WAVES: neurons, bits & genes] hosts guest blog by Tom Ray on his new project pioneering "neuro-mapping."

Article: Mapping Receptor Space
Posted Thursday, September 25, 2003

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