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Report of Simulation Investigations, a Base of Statement that Life Evolves in the Half-Chaos

Authors: Andrzej Gecow

Half-chaos is a specific state of deterministic dynamic networks with parameters which random network make strongly chaotic. In the half-chaos small disturbance may give chaotic or ordered reaction in similar probability. Existence of such network state was up till now problematic, described investigations prove it existence and show methods to create and its properties. Version of half-chaos called “semimode” based on “semimodularity” mechanism is especially interesting. Both these terms are here introduced. Semimodularity is similar to modularity, however, it is not based on heterogeneity of connections but on specific assembling of node states and functions. Half-chaos is kept while small changes are accumulated but vanish when one large change is accepted. Half-chaos state is much more adequate for living objects description, therefore known Kauffman hypothesis “life on the edge of chaos” may be deepen and reinterpreted to “life in the half-chaos”, which is the main purpose of the investigations. Keywords: chaos; complex networks; dynamic networks; deterministic networks; Kauffman networks; computer simulation.

Comments: v3 & 1 - version in Polish. Title: Raport z badań symulacyjnych, podstawa stwierdzenia, że życie ewoluuje w półchaosie. 185 pages, v4 & 2 - version in English, 170 pages, over 400 graphs and tables.

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[v1] 2016-03-15 09:47:30
[v2] 2016-03-16 03:17:58
[v3] 2017-01-14 12:58:30
[v4] 2017-01-14 13:41:02

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