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DATE

1989-03

AUTHORS

Kurt Wiesenfeld, Chao Tang, Per Bak

ABSTRACT

We discuss some recent results suggesting that certain spatially extended dynamical systems naturally evolve toward a state characterized by domains of all length scales. The analogy with second-order phase transitions has prompted the name “self-organized criticality” specific results are available for cellular automaton models, which can be thought of as caricatures of a sandpile undergoing avalances. The potential generality of the results stems from the very simple (nonlinear) diffusion dynamics governing the system. More... »

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1441-1458

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01044728

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