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    • L' Aigua té pell 

      Wagensberg Lubinski, Jorge (2011-02-15)
      Open Access
    • Branch distribution in diffusion-limited aggregation: a maximum entropy approach 

      Pastor Satorras, Romualdo; Wagensberg Lubinski, Jorge (1996-02-15)
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      A new approach to the branching structure of diffusion-limited aggregation (DLA) clusters is proposed, in which the stress is laid not on the (traditionally used) order of the branches, but on their mass. The branch ...
    • Entropy of form and hierarchic organization 

      Wagensberg Lubinski, Jorge; Pastor Satorras, Romualdo (1992)
      Part of book or chapter of book
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      The use of the Theory of Information as a mathematical tool for the understanding of complex systems allows the application of the MaxEnt Principle as a criterion for the prediction of the final stationary states. The ...
    • L'Emergència de les formes a la natura 

      Wagensberg Lubinski, Jorge (2003-10-15)
      Open Access
      A la natura hi ha unes formes més freqüents que d'altres. Aixòvol dir que, en la matèria viva, la selecció natural afavoreix certes formes. Quines formes? Per què unes i no d'altres?.Es proposen les vuit formes més rellevants ...
    • Monte Carlo simulation of an ecosystem : a matching between two levels of observation 

      Giró Roca, Antoni; Padro Cardenas, Joan Angel; Valls Ribas, Joaquim; Wagensberg Lubinski, Jorge (1984)
      Research report
      Open Access
      A Monte Carlo computer simulation is designed in order to describe the evolution of an ecosystem under imposed environmental conditions of energy. Some preliminar results of a simple situation show a suggestive matching ...
    • The maximum entropy principle and the nature of fractals 

      Pastor Satorras, Romualdo; Wagensberg Lubinski, Jorge (1998-06-19)
      Open Access
      We apply the Principle of Maximum Entropy to the study of a general class of deterministic fractal sets. The scaling laws peculiar to these objects are accounted for by means of a constraint concerning the average content ...