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Emergence of power laws from partitional dynamics

AuthorsGarcía-Olivares, Antonio ; Marijuán, P. C.
KeywordsPower law
Exponential cut-off
Complex systems
Partitional canon
Issue DateApr-2004
CitationBio Systems 74(1-3): 63-71 (2004)
AbstractThis work explores the possibility of producing some specific power laws (with exponential cut-off) out from a partitional dynamics. The data obtained from the partitions of integers in the interval 1-60 have been used to find the coefficients of a power law and its exponential cut-off, and also of a single hyperbolic form after renormalization. There is also the speculation that this type of power law, so easily derived from arithmetic minimalist operations, may underlie the communication exchanges of living cells and the structural games of self-constructing agents endowed with relative structural freedom. © 2004 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
Description9 pages, 10 figures
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.biosystems.2004.02.005
issn: 0303-2647
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