Macrosystems Theory and Its Applications: Equilibrium Models

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Macrosystems are systems in which the stochastic behaviour of the elements is transformed into deterministic behaviour of the system as a whole. This publication discusses equilibrium in these systems. Mathematical models of stationary states using the principle of maximum entropy are presented. This is developed and generalized for macrosystems with constrained resources. Parametric properties which characterize a model's response to data variations are discussed. The author has developed new computational methods for the ...

Macrosystems Theory and Its Applications: Equilibrium Models 1995, Springer, London, England

ISBN-13: 9783540199557

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