Introduction to dynamical systems. Autonomous equations, critical points, periodic solutions and theory of stability.
Mappings, theory of bifurcation, chaos and self-organization, Quantification of chaos.
Thermodynamical and kinetic aspects of structure formation in systems far from equilibrium. Kinetic interpretation of living systems, spatial and temporal self- organization in biochemical and biological systems.
Order and chaos in chemical and physiological systems.
Self-organizing systems of macromolecules and interpretation of biological evolution.
Chaos and experimental time series analysis.
Control of chaos.
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