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DTSTART;TZID=UTC+2:20190111T160000
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SUMMARY:CSH Talk by Jan Korbel: "Scaling expansions: universal tool for classification of complex systems"
DESCRIPTION:The lecture by Jan Korbel from the Medical Univerity of Vienna and the CSH Vienna will take place at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna in Room 201.\nIf you are interested in participating\, please email to office@csh.ac.at\nAbstract:\nThe nature of statistics\, statistical mechanics and consequently the thermodynamics of stochastic systems is largely determined by how the number of states W(N) depends on the size N of the system. Here we propose a scaling expansion of the phasespace volume W(N) of a stochastic system. The corresponding expansion coefficients (exponents) define the universality class the system belongs to. Systems within the same universality class share the same statistics and thermodynamics.\nFor sub-exponentially growing systems such expansions have been shown to exist. By using the scaling expansion this classification can be extended to all stochastic systems\, including correlated\, constraint and super-exponential systems. The extensive entropy of these systems can be easily expressed in terms of these scaling exponents. Systems with super-exponential phasespace growth contain important systems\, such as magnetic coins that combine combinatorial and structural statistics. We discuss other applications in the statistics of networks\, aging\, and cascading random walks. \n \nRelated publication: Jan Korbel et al 2018 New J. Phys. 20 093007 \n
URL:https://www.csh.ac.at/event/csh-talk-jan-korbel/
LOCATION:CSH Vienna\, Josefstaedter Straße 39\, Wien\, 1080
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ORGANIZER;CN="Complexity%20Science%20Hub%20Vienna":MAILTO:office@csh.ac.at
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