Complex Dynamics of Autonomous Communication Networks and the Intelligent Communication Paradigm

Kirilyuk, Andrei (2004) Complex Dynamics of Autonomous Communication Networks and the Intelligent Communication Paradigm. [Conference Paper] (Unpublished)

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Dynamics of arbitrary communication system is analysed as unreduced interaction process. The applied generalised, universally nonperturbative method of effective potential reveals the phenomenon of dynamic multivaluedness of competing system configurations forced to permanently replace each other in a causally random order, which leads to universally defined dynamical chaos, complexity, fractality, self-organisation, and adaptability. We demonstrate the origin of huge, exponentially high efficiency of the unreduced, complex network dynamics and specify the universal symmetry of complexity as the fundamental guiding principle for creation and control of such qualitatively new kind of networks and devices. The emerging intelligent communication paradigm and its practical realisation in the form of knowledge-based networks involve the properties of true, unreduced intelligence and consciousness ( appearing in the complex (multivalued) network dynamics and results.

Item Type:Conference Paper
Additional Information:12 pages, 24 eqs, 10 refs; two Annexes (7 and 5 pages) contain conference presentation versions
Keywords:Dynamical chaos, self-organisation, artificial intelligence, consciousness, knowledge-based network
Subjects:Computer Science > Dynamical Systems
Computer Science > Complexity Theory
Computer Science > Human Computer Interaction
ID Code:4114
Deposited By: Kirilyuk, Andrei
Deposited On:06 Mar 2005
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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