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ENTROPY pcp.lanl.gov/ASC/ENTROPY.html ENTROPY P RINCIPIA C YBERNETICA W EB  © Parent Node(s): Web Dictionary of Cybernetics and Systems ENTROPY unavailable energy or molecular disorder. Entropy is at a maximum when the molecules in a gas are at the same energy level. Entropy ...
Entropy and Information pcp.lanl.gov/ENTRINFO.html Entropy and Information Entropy and Information Statistical entropy is a probabilistic measure of uncertainty or ignorance; information is a measure of a reduction in that uncertainty Entropy (or uncertainty) and its complement, information, ...
Entropy and the Laws of Thermodynamics pcp.lanl.gov/ENTRTHER.html ... Entropy & Evolution Entropy and Information Theory on the Web PCP Web Dictionary of Systems and cybernetics: ENTROPY NEGENTROPY SOCIAL ENTROPY STATISTICAL ENTROPY THERMODYNAMIC ENTROPY FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS SECOND LAW OF ...
Entropy increase: the box with two compartments pcp.lanl.gov/ENTROBOX.html Entropy increase: the box with two compartments Entropy increase: the box with two compartments Fig. : a box containing air molecules, divided in two compartments with a hole in the dividing wall. The arrows represent the direction and speed ...
THERMODYNAMIC ENTROPY pcp.lanl.gov/ASC/THERMO_ENTRO.html THERMODYNAMIC ENTROPY P RINCIPIA C YBERNETICA W EB  © Parent Node(s): Web Dictionary of Cybernetics and Systems THERMODYNAMIC ENTROPY The quantity of energy no longer available to do physical work. Every real process converts energy into ...
STATISTICAL ENTROPY pcp.lanl.gov/ASC/STATIS_ENTRO.html STATISTICAL ENTROPY P RINCIPIA C YBERNETICA W EB  © Parent Node(s): Web Dictionary of Cybernetics and Systems STATISTICAL ENTROPY A measure or variation or diversity defined on the probability distribution of observed events. Specifically, ...
SOCIAL ENTROPY pcp.lanl.gov/ASC/SOCIAL_ENTRO.html SOCIAL ENTROPY P RINCIPIA C YBERNETICA W EB  © Parent Node(s): Web Dictionary of Cybernetics and Systems SOCIAL ENTROPY A measure of the natural decay of the structure or of the disappearance of distinctions within a social system. Much of ...
The Principle of Asymmetric Transitions pcp.lanl.gov/ASYMTRANS.HTML ... with the 2nd law of thermodynamics, which states that entropy in closed systems cannot decrease? The easy way out is to conclude that such a selforganizing system cannot be closed, and must lose entropy to its environment (von Foerster , ...
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A general longtime molecular dynamics scheme in atomistic systems: ... math.lanl.gov/Research/Publications/ZhouhyperLN2007.shtml A general longtime molecular dynamics scheme in atomistic systems: Hyperdynamics in entropy dominated systems Los Alamos National Laboratory Phone  Search Applied Mathematics and Plasma Physics T5 Home › Research › Publications › ...

