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Editors: Franco F. Orsucci, (University College, London) and Nicoletta Sala (University of Italy in Switzerland)
Book Description:
This new book presents leading-edge research on artificial life, cellular automata, chaos theory, cognition, complexity theory, synchronization, fractals, genetic algorithms, information systems, metaphors, neural networks, non-linear dynamics, parallel computation and synergetics. The unifying feature of this research is the tie to chaos and complexity

Table of Contents:

1. Measures of Coupling Strength and Synchronization in Non Linear Interaction of Heart Rate and Systolic Blood Pressure in the Cardiovascular Control System;pp. 1-21
(Elio Conte, Antonio Frederici, Mauro Minervini, Annamaria Papagni and Joseph P. Zbilut, University of Bari, Italy and others

2. Filtering Time Series Using Point-Wise Dimension: Application to the Study of Electrocardiograms;pp. 23-31
(Aldo Casaleggio and Angelo Corana, IBF-CNR, Genova, Italy and others)

3. Non Periodic Cycles in Italian Financial Market;pp. 33-41
(Paolo V. Dolci, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Palazzo Giusti, Verona, Italy)

4. Noninvertible Maps and Complex Basin Boundaries in Dynamic Economic Models with Coexisting Attractors;pp. 43-74
(Gian-Italo Bischi, Laura Gardini and Michael Kopel, Universitty of Urbino, Italy and others)

5. Phase-Portrait in Conversation-Processes;pp. 75-82
(Giovanna Morgavi, Valentina Florini,Institute of Electronics and Engineering of Information and Telecommunication, National Research Council, Genova, Italy and others)

6. Option Pricing: A Straightforward Procedure;pp. 83-92
(Giuseppe DiBiase, Raimondo Manca and Jacques Janssen, Dip. di Scienze, Pescara, Italy and others)

7. The Riemann Magneton of the Primes;pp. 93-111
(Danilo Merlini, Research Center for Mathematics and Physics and others)

8. Self-Organized Power-Law Equilibrium Distributions in Structured Dynamical Systems;pp. 113-121
(Fabio Dercole, DEI, Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

9. Climatic Memory;pp. 123-125
(Walter Ambrosetti and Nicoletta Sala, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Verbania Pallanza, Italy and others)

10. On the Complex Foundation of Ethics;pp. 127-131
(Sergio DeRisio and Chiara Cuomo, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy

11. Stability conditions in contextual emergence;pp. 133-144 (H.Atmanspacher and R.C. Bishop, Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology, Freiburg, Germany and others)

12. Contextual emergence of mental states from neurodynamics;pp. 145-162
(H.Atmanspacher and P.beim Grabe, Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health, Freiburg, Germany and others)

13. Phase coupling supports associative visual processing -- {Physiology} and related models;pp. 163-181 , Neurophysics Group, Phillips-University, Marburg, Germany)

14. Processing of positive versus negative emotional words is
incorporated in anterior versus posterior brain areas: {An ERP} microstate {LORETA} study;pp. 183-205
(L.R.R. Gianotti, P.L. Faber, R.D. Pascual-Marqui, K.Kochi, and D.Lehmann, University Hospital of Psychiatry, Zurich, Switzerland)

15. {``Cognitive} genes'' reveal higher codon complexity than ``somatic genes'';pp. 207-217
(C.S. Herrmann and W.S. Herrmann, Otto-von-Guericke-University, Magdeburg, Germany)

16. Mutual phase synchronization in single trial data;pp. 219-240
(A.Hutt and M.H.J. Munk, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany and others)

17. Ordinal analysis of {EEG} time series;pp. 241-251
(K.Keller, H.Lauffer, and M.Sinn, University of Lubeck, Germany and others)

18. Robustifying {EEG} data analysis by removing outliers;pp. 253-268 (M.Krauledat, G.Dornhege, B.Blankertz, and K.-R. Müller, Technical University Berlin, Germany and others)

19. Is brain activity fractal?;pp. 269-279
(M.LeVan Quyen, M.Chavez, C.Adam, and J. Martinerie, Hopital de la Pitie-Salpetriere, Paris, France)

20. The timing of neural processes in humans: {Beyond} the evoked
potentials;pp. 281-293
(N.Mainy, J.Jung, G.Commiterri, A.Berthoz, M.Baciu, L.Minotti, D.Hoffmann, P.Kahane, O.Bertrand, and J.-P.Lachaux, Institut Federatif des Neurosciences, Lyon, France and others)

21. Quantification of order patterns recurrence plots of event related
potentials;pp. 295-308
(N.Marwan, A.Groth, and J.Kurths, Nonlinear Dynamics Group, Institute of Physics, University of Potsdam, Germany and others)

22. Neuronal synchronization: {From} dynamic feature binding to object
representations;pp. 309-319
(A.Maye and M.Werning, Zuse-Institute Berlin, Germany and others)

23. Testing for coupling asymmetry using surrogate data;pp. 321-337
(M.Paluvs, B.Mussiza, and A.Stefanovska, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague and others)

24. What can we learn from single-trial event-related potentials?;pp. 339-357
(R.Quian Quiroga, M.Atienza, J.L. Cantero, and M.L.A. Jongsma, University of Leicester, UK and others)

25. The internal structure of the {N400}: {Frequency} characteristics of a language related {ERP} component;pp. 359-390
(D.Roehm, I.Bornkessel, and M.Schlesewsky, Max-Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany and others)

26. Measuring the thalamocortical loop in patients with neurogenic pain;pp. 391-406
(J.Sarnthein and D.Jeanmonod,Funktionelle Neurochirurgie, Universitatsspital Zurich, Switzerland and others

27. Assessment of connectivity patterns from multivariate time series by partial directed coherence;pp. 407-427 ,
S. Wehling, C. Simion, S. Shimojo, J. Bhattacharya, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria and others)

28. The cortical implementation of complex attribute and substance
concepts: {Synchrony}, frames, and hierarchical binding;pp. 429-446
(M.Werning and A.Maye, Dept. of Philosophy, Heinrich-Heine University of Dusseldorf, Germany and others)

Book Review

29. Unstable Singularities and Randomness, Their Importance in the Complexity of Physical, Biological and Social Sciences;pp. 447-448
(Joseph Zbilut, Reviewed by Nicoletta Sala)


      Chaos and Complexity
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009 3rd Quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10, 460pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-750-2
   Status: AV
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