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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Fröhlich Condensate: Emergence Of Synergetic Dissipative Structures In Information Processing Biological And Condensed Matter Systems
Author: Vasconcellos A.R.
Vannucchi F.S.
Mascarenhas S.
Luzzi R.
Abstract: We consider the case of a peculiar complex behavior in open boson systems sufficiently away from equilibrium, having relevance in the functioning of information-processing biological and condensed matter systems. This is the so-called Fr̈ohlich-Bose-Einstein condensation, a self-organizing-synergetic dissipative structure, a phenomenon apparently working in biological processes and present in several cases of systems of boson-like quasi-particles in condensed inorganic matter. Emphasis is centered on the quantum-mechanical-statistical irreversible thermodynamics of these open systems, and the informational characteristics of the phenomena. © 2012 by the authors.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.3390/info3040601
Date Issue: 2012
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