An important part of the science of complexity is the study of emergent properties arising through dynamical processes, in various natural and artificial systems. This book presents multidisciplinary approaches for creating and modeling representations of complex systems, and a variety of methods for extracting emergent structures. Offering bio-complexity examples, the coverage extends to self organization, synchronization, stability and robustness. The contributors include researchers in physics, engineering, biology and chemistry.like the Ha filtering based synchronization problem for neutral systems (systems which contain delays in the system state and in the derivative of the state). ... See for instance ,  and  where the descriptor model transformation has been introduced, and less conservative ... y(t) = + Cdx(t a I) + Cpp(t) + Cww(t) E I(t), Cx (t) (2) (3) z( ) : Lx Lww ( ) q( )1 D19a 150 Alif A., Boutayeb M., and Darouach M.
|Title||:||Emergent Properties in Natural and Artificial Dynamical Systems|
|Author||:||Moulay Aziz-Alaoui, Cyrille Bertelle|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-06-24|