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|The Complexity Crisis lies in wait, silently siphoning profits from companies in |
many industries unless they understand ... using complexity, this is a big
challenge. science versus business “ Expansion means complexity and
|In this evolving, more complex civilization, people had to agree on who owned |
what. ... of the British Civil Service in the mid- twentieth century, put it this way in
his immortal Third Law: “Expansion means complexity and complexity, decay.
|mass-carrying but due to its far-left position in the complex plane, it represents a |
very fast transient. Hence, the ... We can use the discrete and essential spectra
11 to expand any localized disturbance to the pulse. By localized we mean the
disturbance must decay sufficiently rapidly from zero at a rate to be specified later
|is commonly accomplished by two approaches - one based on complexity re- |
gularization and the other based on removing some ... Depending on the form of
the complexity penalty term different regularization techniques can be defined
such as the weight decay, the weight ... To achieve reasonable low
computational complexity, only diagonal terms of the second-order Taylor
expansion are included ...
|Even with the truncated representation for Πij /K, there still remains 8 expansion |
coefficients that need to be ... that the expansion coefficients associated with
these terms are independent of any invariants associated with the mean motion
and so the ... Rotta (1951) was the first to exploit the return-to-isotropy calibration
but only focused on a linear decay term. ... 1990), but each has essentially
introduced more and more complexity into the expansion coefficients; however,
each tends to ...
Niels Henrik Gregersen Research Professor of Science and Theology University of Aarhus - 2002 - Preview
|On The Emergence of Life and Meaning Niels Henrik Gregersen Research |
Professor of Science and Theology University of Aarhus ... was in a very simple
state — perhaps a uniform soup of elementary particles at a common
temperature or even just expanding empty space. The rich and complex state of
the universe as observed today did not exist at the outset. Instead ...
degeneration and decay as a story of the progressive enrichment of systems on
all scales, from atoms to galaxies.
|Rather, the world, when viewed from the vantage point of the expansion method, |
is a complex setting which is temporally and spatially ... It means, for example,
that we can no longer treat social science models as expressions of universals,
but instead must treat them as ... A great deal of empirical research has been
concerned with estimating distance decay parameters (for a review see
|It means that we are, in some sense, closer to marginality than to the origin, and |
so the influence of the control parameter will be ... dt and seek an expansion of
the form y(0 = yo(ro, r2) + ey,(/0, r2) + *2y2(to, &) + ••• (3.82) Substituting these
expansions and ... This means that it is possible to write the solution of the lowest
order homogeneous equation (3.83), neglecting all the decaying modes, as yo(t,
|Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Decoherence, Entanglement and Information |
Protection in Complex Quantum ... general result for the QZE, namely that R
decreases with ν: 2C R≈ , (11) ν where we defined generally ν = [πF(ωa)]−1. ...
To put it simply, if the system is probed frequently enough, the QZEarises since
the effective decay rate isaveraged ... quadratic expansion: Eq. (8) shows that the
QZE conditions can be much more stringent than the requirement to have t ∼ 1/ν
≪ τZτ .