Prigogine’s Dissipative Structures -- A Haimovician Analysis (Part I)

K.N. Prasanna Kumar, B.S. Kiranagi, C.S. Bagewadi


A system of terrestrial organisms dissipating consumption of oxygen due to cellular respiration and parallel system of consumption of oxygen due to cellular respiration that contribute to the dissipation of the velocity of production of terrestrial organisms is investigated. It is shown that the time independence of the contributions portrays another system by itself and constitutes the equilibrium solution of the original time independent system. A system of dead organic matter that reduces the dissipation coefficient of the decomposer organism is annexed to the oxygen consumption-terrestrial organism system. With the methodology reinforced with the explanations, we write the governing equations with the nomenclature for the systems in the foregoing. Further papers extensively draw inferences upon such concatenation process, ipsofacto.


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