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Ubenicbt*

(n) BOOKS, EDITORSHIPS, PERSONAL ACCOUNTS, DEDICATIONS, AND HISTORY

(b) ESSENTIAL PAPERS ON CHEMICAL EVOLUTION, BRAlNTHEORY, CHAOS,

ENDOPHYSICS. EXPERl/l.IENTAL PROPOSALS, AND LAMPSACUS*

(a) BOOKS

Scientific Books

I. Endopbysik: Die "Welt des hmeren Beobach-

ters, ed. P. Weibel. Berlin: Merve, 1992,

xii-183pp. [197J

2. Encounterwhh Chaos: SelfOrganizedHi-

erm'clucal Complexity in Semiconductor

ExperimentS (coauthor, with-]. Peinke,

J. Parisi and R. Stoop). New York:

Springer, 1992, vi-289pp. [203J

3. Das Flammenscbwelt: Oderwie hermetirch

in die Schnittstelle des Mikrokonstruktivis-

nIlIS? Bern: Benreli, 1996, 146pp. [258J

4. Endaphysics: The World as an Intttfoce (ed.

P. Weibel). Singapore: Vlorld Scientific,

1998, xvi-204pp. [298]

5. Das Medium des W'issms: Das Menschen-

Hcht auf111/onnation (coauthor, with A.

P. Schmidt). Bern: Haupt, 2000, xxi-

189pp. [355J

Editorships

I. Bifurcation Theory andApplications in Sci-

emific Disciplines (ed. with O. Gmel).

NewYork: Annals oftbe New YOrk Acad-

,my of Sciences, vo!. Jl6, 1979, 708pp.

[55J

2. Ime171ational Symposium on Information

Physics (with 1. Tsuda, B. A Huberman

and 1. Percival, eds.), Kyushu Institute

of Technology. IizublFukuoka,Japan:

Fujiki Pub!., 1992, x-142pp. [202]

3. QUllntum Mechanics, Diffusion and Cba-

otic Fractals (with M. S. EI Naschie and

1. Prigogine, eds.). Oxford: Elsevier-

Pergamon, 1995, x-221pp. [247J

4- Cbaos,lnjon1J.ation and Diffusion in Quan-

tum Physics (with M. S. El Naschie and

G. Ord, eds.). Special Issue of Chaos,

Solit.'" & Fractals 7 (5), ix-208pp. [262J

* 'Vith reference to the "Complete Bibliography" (publikationsliste) [bold, in brackets]

on pp. 23sq.

20

O.E. ROSSLER

Personal Account

1. Jonas' TYeli: Das Denken cines Killdes

(with R. Rossler). ReinbekIHamburg:

Rowohlt, 1994, 96pp. Reissued as: Das

Denkm cines Kindes: Elltwickllmg, Persiill-

li'bkeit, Geftible, 1998. [225J

Booklets

1. Auswlwelt - Innenwelt - Uberwelt (mit

P. Weibel), Aktuelles Denke11, Luzerner

Vorlesungen und Gespdiche (R. Stett-

ler, cd.). Basel-Frankfurt: Stroemfeld

(Rater Stern), 1997, 36pp. [290]

2. Imerventio11tll- f7ertikale und!Jo1-izontnle

Grenziihenchreit1mg (with R. Stettler).

Aktllel/es Denkm, Luzerner Vorlesungen

und Gesprache. Basel-Frankfurt/Main:

Stroemfeld (Rater Stern), 1997, 36pp.

[291]

3. Das la,;'mde Kn",e' (with J. W. Jonas).

Tiibingen: Schwabische Verlagsgesell-

schaftAnton Brenner, 1998, 32pp. [312J

4. Goethe von hintell - Als Kunstblume und

Mensch, coauthorwithl. Eichenbrenner,

H. Fuchs, G. der Buddha, K. Hardter,

L. Heinle, J. w. Jonas, B. K:1sparak, C.

Kieser,). Komer, S. Sahle, S. Schneider,

K Schreiber, M. Spaich, U. Steiger lind

U. Stolte). Ttibingen: Klopfer, Meyer

and Co, 1998, 141pp. [313]

5. Encouraging Lampsacus: The Inumet as

a Chancefor a'Alulticllltllral Societ)' ofMi-

norities (with w: Kriese). Rottenburg:

Mauer, 2001, 62pp. [368J

Festschrift, Dedications

I. G. Baier and M. Klein (eds.), A Chaotic

Hierarchy. Singapore: vVorld Scientific,

1991, x-397pp. Festschrift for O.E.R.

on the occasion of his 50th birthday.

[176]

2. K. Svozil and M. S. El Naschie (eds.),

Comple.·dties. Special issue of Chaos, Soli-

tons & Fractals 10, no. 6 Gune), 1999,

dedicated to O.E.R. [349]

3. H.H.Diebner, 'T. DruckreyandP. vVei-

bel (eds.), Sciences of the l1ltelface. Pro-

ceedings of an International Sympo-

sium, Center for Art and .Media, Karls-

ruhe, l\1ay 18-21, 2000, held in honor

of O.E.R.'s 60th birthday. Tiibingen:

Ganista, 2001, viii-330 + CD. [371]

History (Chaos Pioneers)

I. R. H. Abraham and Y. Ueda (eds.), Tbe

Chaos Avant-Garde: Memories ofthe Early

Days ofChaos Theory. Singapore: World

Scientific, 2000, viii-221pp.

SEE ALSO

I. R. H. Abraham, L. Gardini and C: Mira,

Chaos in Dim-ete Dynamical Systems. San-

ta Clara, Cal.lNew York: Telos/Sprin-

ger, 1997, xxv-246pp.Appendix 5: llHis_

tory, Part I", by I. Gumowski and C.

Mira [1980], 167-207 (refs. R4-RI6).

2. Zhang, S.-Y. (ed.), Bibliograpbycm Cbaos.

Singapore: World Scientific, 1991,

514pp. [esp. refs. 5575-5603].

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Complete Bibliography

Vollstiindige Publikationsliste*

[1] Longter111- Immunization of A/bino Mice 'with Bovine Gamma Globulin

[Dauerimmunisierung von Albinomausen mit Rinder-g-Globulin]. In-

augural dissertation, University ofTiibingen, 1966, 26pp.

Experimental work with mice. The anima/s were were given daily injections ofapm-ijied

protein over up to fl yem: They acquired immune tolerance to the main component, find

developed the lymphatic signs of chronic irifecton, but 110 amyloid. (pan of the amyloid

research project ofmentor Erich Letterer.)

[2] "On the animal-man problem as seen from the viewpoint of the theo-

retical biology of behavior" [ZumTier-Mensch-Problem aus der Sicht

der Theoretischen Verhaltensbiologie]. Schweizer Rundschau 67, 529-

532.

An epigenetic function change (tin explain the origin of typically human behavior. It is

rooted in the understandillg ofmutual benevolence.

r97

1

[3] "A system theoretic model of biogenesis" [Ein systemtheoretisches

Modell zur Biogenese]. Z. Naturforsch. 26 b, 741-746.

A 1'eaction-kinetic implementation ofthe principle ofself-inbibition ofenergy dissipation

is indicated, The remit is (111 "autocatalysis of autocatalyses." It occurs in f1 large dass of

spontaneously forming, far-from-equilibrium soups,

[4] with D. Hoffmann

2

, "Achemical 'universal circuit'." In 4tb International

Biophysics Congress, August 7-14, 1971, Abstracts of contributed papers,

* This "Current List ofPublications" includes public presentations, video/movies, tv-Spots,

contributions to art-exhibitions, etc. The sequence of authors is-indicated by superscripts.

O.E.ROSSLER

p. 49 (#18a 1/4). Moscow: International Union for Pure and Applied

Biophysics.

Both a sinusoidal and a rectangular time series can be generated by tbe same abstract

reaction scheme, depending on parameW's.

'97

2

[5] "Self-reproduction and serial mesage transfer: two related problems."

Bull. Math. Biophysics 34,343-353.

Discrete buildingblocks are needed to avoid an error catastrophe, both in evolution and in

digital information processing,

[6J "A principle for chemical multivibration." J. Theoret. Bioi. 36,413-417.

A 2-variable multivibrating "eaction-kinetic switching circuit is described,

[7] "Basic circuits of fluid automata and relaxation systems" -[in German].

Z. NatUlforscb. 27 b, 333-343.

A "eview ofliquid automata and related systems is given, in the form ofo list ofreaction

scbemes in biocbemical notation and tbe COlTesponding mte equatio1lS.

[8] ,vith D. Hoffmann', "Repetitive hard bifurcation in a homogeneous re-

action system." In Analysis and Simulation of Biochemical Systems (H. C.

Hemker and B. Hess, eds.), pp. 91-102. AmsterdamlNew York: North

Holland.

A model of the Belotlsov-Zhaboti1lSky reaction sbowing multivibrating behavior is hzdi-

Cflud and simulated.

[9] ,vith F. F. Seelig', "Achemical reaction flip-flop with one unique switch-

ing input." Z. Natmforscb. 27 b, 1441-1444.

A bistable reaction s),stem can be tdggered back andforth by tbe same signal illp1lt

l

form-

ing aso-called Tflip-flop.

[10J ,vith F. F. Seelig', "A Rashevsky-Turing system as a two-cellular flip-

flop." Z. NatUlfomb. 27 b, 1444-1448.

The on'gt'nalmorphogenetic reaction model ofAlan Tun"ng is sh(IWn to aet as a Tflip-f1op.

[11] '{Design for autonomous chemical growth under different environmen-

tal constraints." Progr. Tbeor. Bioi. 2,167-211.

Gemral properties of amtt"1l110usly growing and/or se/f1l1ailltaining chemical systems,

eitber well-stirred or confined by membranes or attached to supporting globules

l

are de-

scribed. The connection to cbain reactions is exploited.

PUBLICATIONS 11973-75

'973

[12] "Design for chemical automata in homogeneous and reaction-diffusion

kinetics." In 5tb Norbeast Regional Meeting American Cbemical Society,

Rochester, N.Y., Oct. 14-17 (B. W Rossiter, E. P. Przybylowicz and H.

Saltsburg, eds.). Abstracts, p. 79 (# 97). Rochester: American Chemical

Society Publications.

Liquid and fluid automata are reviewed with an eye to Hom's theory of mass-action

kinetics.

'974

[13] "Asynthetic approach to exotic kinetics" (with examples). In Physics and

Mathematics of the NmJous System (M. Comad, \"1. Guttinger and M.

DalCin, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 4,546-

582.

A detailed catalogue ofmany basic cireuits in abstmct reaction kinetics is presented along

with equations and simulations.

(14) "Chemical automata in homogeneous and reaction-diffusion kinetics."

Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 4,399-418.

Chemical automata moe shown to be computation-universal. Together ~ v i t b · t b e i r comim,

relaxation systems, they exhibit 1lOlltriviai (oscillatory, excitable, learning-type) dynami-

cal behavior, botb U71der well-stirnd tl11d under 110nstirred (or membrane-bound) condi-

tions. Erdos' theory ofgrawing automata is shawn to be embedded in an evolutionary

soup.

[15J "Adequate locomotion strategies for an abstract organismin an abstract

environment: arelational approach to brain function." Springer-Verlag,

Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 4,342-369.

Adeductive tbeory of"brains" (locomotion-control systelus) is presented. Tbey are defined

by tbeir solving a certain well-posed NP-complete optimality problem, up to a pre-set

UTor bound: the "traveling-salesman-witb-nlarmdocks"problem. A11 equationfor abrain

(acN/ally several) is included. .

'975

[16J "A multivibrating switching network in homogeneous kinetics." Bull.

Matb. Bioi. 37, 181-192.

A 3-variable cbemicalmultivibrator is described.

[17] "Steps toward a temperature-compensated chemical clock." San Diego

Biomedical Symposium 14,99-104.

O.E. ROSSLER

The 7-eactiol1 scheme ofa simple tempernNlre-compemated chemical oscillat07; mimicking

the qualitative behavior ofa biological dock, is presented and simulated.

[18] "Mathematical model of a proposed treatment of early infantile autism:

facilitation of the 'dialogical catastrophe' in motivation interaction.'J San

Diego Biomedical S)111pOsium 14, 105-110.

'Rvo coupled bmin-equations (autonomous optimizer ofthe type described previously are

considered in a qualitativefasbion, They predictably cross a threshold towards the interac-

tional acquisition ofdeliberate mutual cross-optimization (benevolence). The latter im-

plies personhood. A tbempy for both infantile autism and animal autism is implicit.

[19] "Dynamic network model of an immune system" [abstract]. In Fiftb 111-

ten/atiol1al Biopb),sics C01lIi"ess, Aug. 4-9,1975. Abstracts, p. 120 (# 414).

Copenhagen: International Union for Pure and Applied Biophysics.

An equation for a network model ofan immune system is indimted. Its asset over other

models is tbat it does 710t "explode, II that is, does not generate a spontaneous autocatalytic

"autoimmune response" as pm"! ofits normal way offimctionillg.

[20J "Prescriptive relational biology" [abstract]' Biopb),s. J. 15, 116a.

Deductive biology is applied to predict pt"opt7ties ofbacterial chemotnctic behavior.

[21J "Liebig and Non-Liebig type behavior of autonomously growing and

self-maintaining dynamical systems in chemistry, biology and sociol-

ogy." In Management Sciences 1975 XXlllnte17lational Nleeting, Kyoto,

July 24-26, 1975 (M. K. Starr and L. S. Simon, eds.). Abstracts, p. 64 (#

S14.2). Kyoto and Providence, R.I.: The Institute of Management Sci-

ences Publications.

Autonomously g-rowillg and se!fmaintnining systems, 110 mntter what their origin, are

typically characterized by one environmentalfactor being decisive C1rate-:limiting'? at a

time - mucb bolds tnufor the plal/ts growing in a Liebig glass bouse.

[21aJ Review ofK. P. Hadeler, Matbematik fir Biologen. Heidelberg: Springer,

1974 (Heidelberger Taschenbiicher, 129). Bull. Matb. Bioi. 37, 103-104.

[22] "Prescriptive relational biology and bacterial chemotaxis." J. Tbeoret.

Bioi. 62, 141-157.

A model of the (Ibrains" ofEsclmicbia cali lind Salmonella typbimuriul11 is described "'Z

detail.

[23J "A relational approach to the problem of man-animal behavior com-

o

PUBLICATIONS / 1976

parison." In Metbods ofInference from Ani1llal to Human Behavior (1\1. von

Cranach, ed.), pp. 103-117. Chicago: Aldine.

The doctrine ofbrain size as an explanation oflnl1111111 behavior is shown to be in1leed of

replacement by afimetional (epigenetic) approach to the origin ofpersonhood.

[24J "Interactional anthropogenesis: a formal approach." In P1'OCeedings oftbe

Human Ecology Meeting Vienna 1975 (II. Kn6tig, ed.), vol. 2, pp. 373-

378. St. Saphorin: Georgi.

The dawning ofthe tmderstandingofbenevolence, in motivation interaction, is desnibed.

[25] ((Cross stimulation: theoretical implications." In Brain Stimulation Re-

ward (A. vVauquier and E. T. Rolls, eds), pp. 600-605. Amsterdam:

North-Holland.

A rather detailed fimctional aUOlmt of how two autonomous direction optimizers with

cognition acquire a state of l1tufUal tmst-in-benevolence is possible using a new type of

pictorial presentation.

[26] "Deductive theory of chronobiological systems." In Proceedings IEEE

Intemational Conference Oybmletics and Society 1976, pp. 321-323. New

York: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Many dJ17J11obiologic,a1 features ca11 be predicted from first principles, mucb as those of

locomotion control systems can, for example.

[27] "Interactional anthropogenesis: an ethomathematical surmise." Collo-

quitim 11lte171atiollole 1, 183.

The theoty ofan epigenetic acquisition ofpersonhood is' outlined.

[28] "Chaotic behavior in simple reaction systems." Z. Natmforscb. 31 a, 259-

264.

Several basic circuits offluid automata and relaxation systems are sbawn to be able to

produce cbaos. A simulation of "spiral chaos" hI its singular-perturbation form is pre-

smud,

[29] "An equation for continuous chaos." Pbys. Lett. 57 A, 397-398.

Spiral chaos in a 3-variable ordinary differential equation involving a single nonlinear

(second-order) terot is demonstrated.

[30J with K. D. Willamowski', "Geometry of titration systems: an applica-

tion of Horn's theOly to the determination of pK values." Z. l\Tatur-

Jarscb. 31 a, 408-413.

. Fritz Hom's and Martin Feinberg's algebraic theoty ofquadratic mass-action systems is

put to a specific use.

28 O.E.ROSSLER

(31J HChemical turbulence: chaos in a simple reaction-diffusion system," Z.

NatU11omb. 31 a, 1168-1172.

Chaos ill f1 prototype Rnshevsky-Turing system is demonstrated, with differf1lt types of

attrflctQrS (including spiral chaos) find different types ofsymmetry-breaking.

[32] "Different types of chaos in two simple differential equations." Z. Natur-

10mb. 31 a, 1664-1670.

Spiral-type, screw-type find Lorenz-type (haos, 1'espective!y, firc desribed in two maxi-

mally simple equatiom, the first involving one, the sevond two, nonlinear terms. Two

inte1'twinedfolded-band type chaotic attractors arc also found in the lntter case. Numeri-

ca/ simulations 011 both finalogue and digital computers firc ured.

[33J "CHAOS: different types of chaos in two simple differential equations"

(in collaboration with R. Rossler' and T. lViehr'). Super-8

sound (6 min.). Copy sent to the Institut fur den Vilissenschaflichen Film,

Gottingen, in 1979 see also 62].

Au analogue-computer-generatedaudiovirual display ofcbaos ispresented. Tbe equatious

ofmotion oftbe synonymous paper [32] are featured in image and sound. A stenoscopic

projection of tbe state point in tbree-dimensional state 'space, is provided in 1-eal time,

wbile simultaneously tbe time bebavior of one of tbe tbree variables bas been put on tbe

sound track to become audible -as the "Sound ofChnos." The latter is very characteristic,

1'tlnging from "hoarse singing" via 'YlOring" down to tbe lslow rattling" so familiar

from an idling motorcycle listened to in the dark. The only difftrence between these 3

noises is tbe selected speed (x 1000, x 100, x 10, respectively) on tbe analogue compUte1:

Lorenz-type chaos soumis mucb more l'glltturnl. II In addition, many of tbe hijurcaNous

are made visible and audible as aparameter (potentiometer on the analogue computer) is

twiddled very slowly, compared with the calculation speed.

1977

[34J "Chaos in abstract kinetics: two prototypes." Bull. Math Bioi. 39,275-

289.

A description ofboth spiral- andscrew-type chaos is given, along with many origami-type

paper models an,d computer simulations.

[35] llDeductive biology and general interaction scheme." Colloquium

[ntemationak 2, 16-18.

The llgeneral interaction scheme" ofKniitig is shown to be close in its spirit to deductive

biology.

[36] mth H. Knotig', "Methods and models." Colloquinm [ntemationale 2,

110-111.

The methodology ofdeductive ecology is outlined.

PUBLICATIONS / 1977

[37] "Horseshoe map chaos in the Lorenz equation." Phys. Lett. 60 A, 392-

394.

Asecond prototype attrnetor in the Lorenz equation - ofthe smoothlyfiJlded-over type on

one or two twisted bands - is demonstrated.

[38J uQuasiperiodic oscillation in an abstract reaction system" [abstract].

Hiophys.]' 17,281a.

A 3-variable reaction scheme derivedfrom the 2-variable Dreitleill-Smoes Qscillator shows

limit cycle bebaviolj chaos and quasiperiodic oscillations dependent on parameters.

[39] "Chaotic oscillations in chemical and biochemical systems" [in German].

In Chemiedozenten-Tag"ngMarburg, March 21-2 5 (G. Maier, org.), p. 67.

Marburg: Vvenzel Publisher.

How to obtain chaos in the Belourov-Zhabotimky reaction.

[40] IIToroidal oscillation in a 3-variable abstract reaction system.

ll

Z. Natur-

fomh. 32 a, 299-301.

A 3-variable toroidal attractor in abstract kimticr is demonstrated with simulatiom.

[41] "Syncope implies chaos in walking-stick maps." Z. Natmforsch. 32 a,

607-613.

SYllCOPJ in the musical sense (a cbange ofrhythm) is asign ofchaos in realisticsystems like

tbe drippingfaucet.

[42] "Chemical turbulence: a synopsis." In Sy"'rgetics: A Workshop (H. Haken,

ed.), pp. 174-183. New York: Springer-Verlag.

A review ofcbemical turbulence in space-dircretized (hi-cellulm) "eaction-diffusion sys-

tems is presmted, combined with tbe picnl1'e ofarandpiperwatebing periodicwater waves

splash chaotically asbore.

[43J "Continuous chaos." In Synergetics: A Workshop (H. Haken, ed.), pp. 184-

199. Ne'" York: Springer-Verlag 1977.

A1any sample eqllationr and simulations are given, including a double-scroll attraetor

find a lerr contracting version ofspiral chaos with asingle-quadratic tenn.

[44] with K. vVegmann, "Different types of chaos in the Zhabotinsky reac-

tion." In 13th Symposium for Tbeoretical Chemirt1y, Oct. 3-5, 1977 (M.

K1essinger, org.), Abstracts, p. 36. Munsrer: Institute for Organic Chem-

istIy.

The second series of experimental data on (baos in tbe Zhabotimky ,"eaction, l.vbich in-

cludes pbare plots, is presented.

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[45J

O.E. ROSSLER

"All animals are autistic." In Proceedings ofthe Second International jl1eet-

ing on Human Ecolog;)', Vienna, j'l'1ay 16-21, 1977 (H. Knotig, ed.), pp.

197-200. St. Saphotin: Georgi.

Animal fllltism is defined.

[46] with K. Wegmann', "Chaos in the Zhabotinskii reaction." Nature 271,

89-90.

A first (NIay 77) series olcbootic experimental data in tbe Belousov-Zbabotinsky reaction

if described.

[47] with K. \'Vegmann', "Different kinds of chaotic oscillations in the Belon-

sov-Zhabotinskii reaction." Z. Naturforsch. 33 a, 1179-1183.

The second (September 77) series ofe>.:perimental data is documented.

[48J with P. J. Ortoleva

2

, llStrange attractors in 3-variable reaction systems."

In Theoretical App"oaches to Complex Systems, Ernst Pfaffelhuber Memo-

rial Symposium (R. Heim and G. Palm, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lecture

Notes in Biomathematics 21,67-73.

A genuine (provable) Lorenz attrnctor is presented and simulated, along with otber new

examples ofc!Joo!;c dynamical systems.

[49] "Deductive biology: some cautious steps." Bull. Math. Bioi. 40, 45-58.

A synopsis of a predictive first-principles tbeory of the necessary properties ofbiological

bmillS lind immune systems is presented.

[SOJ with K. D. vVillamowski', "Contributions to the theory of mass-action

kinetics, I: Enumeration of second-order mass action kinetics." Z. Nn-

tll1forsch. 33 a, 827-833.

New implications oftbe Hom-Feinberg tbeory are presented.

[51] "Simple 3-variable chaos." In Mathematical Models in Biology (K. P. Ha-

deler, W. Jaeger and S. Levin, eds.), p. 17. Oberwolfach: Conference

Report of the Mathematical Forschungs-Institut 24.

Tbe simplest (low-dissipation) spiral-chaos-producing equation is cOllSidered ill1l10re de-

tail.

[52J with R. Rossler' and H. D. LandaW" "Arrhythntia in a periodically forced

excitable system" [abstract]. In Sixth 1memational Biophysics Congress, Sept.

3-9, 1978, Abstracts p. 296. Kyoto: International Union for Pure and

Applied Biophysics.

PUBLICATIONS 11978-79

Cardiac an'bytlmtia and chaos nre brought togethe1; using a simple model equation, the

periodically forced c....·citable FitzHugb-BollhocjJcr-vlln der Pol equation. An c:rplicit ex-

ample is indicated.

[53) uChaotic oscillations in a 3-variable quadratic mass-action system." In

International Symposium on Mathematical TOpics in Biology (M. Yamaguti

and E. Teramoto, eds.), pp. 131-135. Kyoto: Research Institute for Math-

ematical Sciences Kyoto University Publications.

Chaos is demamtrated in 3-variable ecological systems oftbe Latka-Gause type.

1979

[54] "Continuous chaos: four prototype equations." In Bifurcation Theory and

Applications in Scientific Disciplines, New York, Oct. 31 - Nov. 4, 1977 (0.

Gurel and O.E.R., eds.). Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 316, 376-392 [see 55J.

Paper models, maps, equations and mony simulatiom ofchaos-producing dynomiCflI sys-

te1llS are given,

[55] Bifitrcation Theo,)' andApplications in Sciemific Disciplines, ed. byO. Gurel

and O.E.R. New York: Annals of the New Yo"k Academy of Sciences, vol.

316,708pp.

[56] with O. Gurel', "Bifurcation to toroidal surfaces." Math. Japonica 23,

491-507.

An explicit example ofa Birkhoff-type toroidal attractor ("Slinky'') is investigated,

[57] "Chaotic oscillations: an example of hyperchaos." In Nonlinear Oscilla-

tions in Biology !y C. Hoppenstead, ed.), pp. 141-156. Lectures in Applied

Mathematics, vol. 17. Providence: American Mathematical Society.

A complicatedfour-variable ordinary differential equation, showing hyperchaos, is pre-

sented, with simulations.

[58] "Chaos and strange attractors in chemical kinetics." In Synergetics far

from Equilibrium (A. Pacaultand C. Vidal, eds.), pp. 107-113. NewYork:

Springer-Verlag.

A review which (ontaim, among other tbings, the "thumbnail map. 11 The latter is the

decisive element in Plykin's non-explicit two-dimensional dijfeo11lorpbic map that pro-

duces astrange aftraCfor oftbe S111ole-axio11l-A type.

[59] "Path optimization on the basis of direction optimization." In Progress

il1 Cybernetics and Systems Research (R. Trappl, F. D. P. Hanika, and F. R.

Pichler, eds.), vol. 5, pp. 546-549. New York: Wtley.

O.E. ROSSLER

The philosophy ofntwo-component (optimizel'-plus-simulntoJ) mtificial brain ofthe ver-

tebrate type is presented.

[60J with R. Rossler' and F. Goetz', "Chaos in endocrinology." Biophys. J.

25,216a.

Venous-blood meaJ1ll'ementJ ofan apparently chaotic, hormollal pulsatile secretion in the

adrenal gland are repolted. A simple piecewise-linear smooth (e

l

) 3-val'iable model dy-

namical system is indicated explicitly,

[61J "An equation for hyperchaos." Phys. Lett. 71 A, 155-157.

A maximally simple 4-variable ordinary differential equation producing a hyperchaotic

attractor is indicated; along with 1111 e.'tplicit model map.

[62] with R. Rossler' and T. iViehr', Hype1"Chaos. A 3-minute addition to the

"Chaos" computer of 1976 [see 33], made in March 1979.

[63J "Chaos." In Structural Stability ill Physics (YI. Guttinger and H. Eikemeier,

eds.), pp. 290-309. New York: Springer-Verlag.

E;,.:amplesfrom the history ofthe mathematics ofcbaos arejuxtaposed to paper models and

siml(latioJlJ; includesfurther details on 4-variable hyperchaos.

[64] with C. Kahlert', meandering in a 2-dimensional 2-variable

excitable medium." Z. Natllrfomh. 34 a, 565-570.

Cbaos in the "core" of a spiral-wave atb'ador in a 2D excitable medium is described

using Heinz Kmfimkeh PDE solver.

[65] "Recursive evolution." BioSystems 11,193-199.

Evolution optimizes the efficiency ofthe species-generating genetic machinery (the "brain

in the genome'J.

[66] with R, A. Lutz

2

J

(fA decomposable continuous immune network." Bio-

Systems 11, 281-285.

The decomposable continuous netw01"k model of 1975 [19] is described ill detail; with

anologue-computer simulations,

[67] K. D. iYillamowski', "Irregular oscillations in a realistic abstract

quadratic mass-action system. Z. Naturforsch. 35 a, 317-318. Also in Ki-

netics of Physicocbemical Oscillators, Discussion Meeting Deutsche Bun-

sengesellschaft, Aachen, Sept. 19-22, 1979 (U. Franck, ed.), "Preprints

of Submitted Papers", pp. 505-513.

PUBLICATIONS / 1980-81

Chaos is demonstrated ill a 3-variable quadratic 1l1ass-action scheme which illvolves ol1ly

invertible reactions and hCllce is '\·hemically realistic"; flS had been demanded by Dick

Noyes.

(68] "Chaos and bijections across dimensions." In l'lewApproaches to Nonlin-

ear Proble11ls ill Dplfl11lics, Asilomar, Dec. 9-14, 1979 (I'. H. Holmes, ed.),

pp. 477-486. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathemar-

ics.

Several three-dimensional generalizations of Eberhard Hopfs 1937 ubaker's transfor-

mation" are proposed. In particulfl1j the "noodle map" (which cOlltaim the Smale solenoid

as aspecial case) and the "pancake map" (with the fllded-towe/map, the UBig Map" and

the Yamaguti-folded-hmldkerchief map as special examples) are discussed; with pictures.

[69J "Chaos and turbulence." In DYllamics ofSYllergetic Syste11ls (H. Haken,

ed.), pp. 147-153. New YOTk: Springer-Verlag.

"Boiling-type turbulence" is introduced. A 1-dimemional example is the hregular be-

havior ofthefal/illg droplets whichform ullderneatb a dripping handrail standing in the

rain; a 2-dimensional example is the irregular behavior of the ascending bubbles which

form on the imide ofa glass of111ineral water; a 3-dimensional example is the inte17l1it-

tent vapor-puffing of mtashed potlltoe sauce heated gently on a stove. An o.:plrmat01y

map, in 2 aud 3 D, and a simulation ofan exp/idt111ap and aset ofcoupled-oscillators (a

PDE in its compmtme11ta/ized version) are included.

[70] ((A universal simulator. H In Systems Science and Science, Proceedings of

the 24th Annual North American Meeting of the Society for General

Systems Research with the American Association for the Advancement

of Science, San Francisco,January 7-10,1980 (E. H. Banathy, ed.), pp.

143-145. Louisville, Ky.: The Society for General System Research

Busi.ness Office, System Science Institute University of Louisville.

A design for a universal virtual1-eality is presemed tbat uses ordil1my visual input.

[71] "Classification of chaos." In lteratioll Tbeory and Applications [abstractJ.

Amoneburg, May 1980 (G. Targonski, ed.), Abstracts, p. 32. Marburg:

Institute of Mathematics Publications.

The (baotic hierarcby is imroduced in outline.

[72] "The gluing-together principle and chaos." In NOlllinea,. Problems of

Allalysis ill Geo11let1y alldMecbanics, Toulouse, April 4-6, 1979 (M. Atteia,

D. Bancel and I. Gumowski, eds.), pp. 50-56. London: Pitman.

A ' ~ l a J l t e d tree-trul1k, It made up from axisymmetric (oncentric invariant A171o!d mani-

folds, is partially submerged in water; outside the water, a differmt /inear flow is pi(-

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tured. This qualitative model is med to explain the origin of chaos in 3-variable piece-

wire-linear J1uoot/) dynamical systems as in (60].

[73] with C. Kahlert

1

and A. Varma

l

, "Chaos in a continuous stirred tank

reactor with two consecutive reactions, one exo-, one endothermic.

lt

In

Modelling ofCbelllical Reaction Systems (K. H. Ebert, P. Deuflhard and \\Z

Jaeger, eds.), pp. 355-365. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Chaos is shown to be possible in a 2-vnrinble chem;m/1'eactioll, with temperature acting

as the tbird variable.

[74] "An artificial cognitive map system." BioSystellls 13, 203-209. German

version: "Ein kiinstliches kognitives Abbildungssystem." In Cyberspace:

ZUlIlllledialen GesallltkllnstWerk (F. Rotzer and P. 'Veibel, eds.), pp. 72-

80. Munich: Boer, 1993.

A universal simulator, combined with the autonomous direction optimizer, yields the blue-

print for afull-fledged artificial brain.

[75] "A continuous axiom-A system" [abstract]. Biopbys. J. 33, 54a (1981).

Two time-doubling docks that mutually ,"eset each otber are proposed tojWlJ1 all e.\plicit

example ofa Smale axiom-A strange attractor.

[76] "Artificial aid to perception and imagery." In 147tb National Meeting of

tbe American Association for tbe Advancement ofScience, Toronto, January

3-8,1981 (A. Herschman, ed.), Abstracts, p. 152 (# 627). Toronto/Wash-

ington, DC: AAAS Publications.

The universal simulator can be used as a vb'tual environment; and as a tIJink"'lg aid.

[77] with B. Uehleke

2

, "Tolerance attractors: attracting patterns in rever-

beratory image processing. II In ACM Computer Science Conference, Febr.

24-26, 1981 O. W. Hamblen, ed.), Abstracts, p. 34. St. Louis: Associa-

tion for Computing Machinery Publications.

A multi-layer nonlinear-wavelet scheme is wedfor image processing, It can be tlSed both

in artificial and in natural brains. The systcm at the Sflmc time offirs an explanation for

Platonic ideation,

[78] "An artificial cognitive-plus-motivational system." Prop: Tbeor. Bioi. 6,

147-160.

Thc blueprintfor a vertebrate-type artificial brain is indicated.

[79] uChaos and chemistry. II In Nonlinear Phenomena in Chemical Dynamics

(c. Vidal and A. Pacault, eds.), pp. 79-87. New York: Springer-Verlag.

The micro level and the macro level of 11ature arc fO(1Jsed on simultaneously. As afirst

PUBLICATIONS /1981-83

example, a aystal-brain can have the same equations, in space, as an ordinary brain has

in spacetime. Secondly, evolutio/l call be considered as a ul/1croscopic process 1IJhich auto-

matically screens a universal library (whereby a principle of the "privileged zero" ap-

plies). Thirdly, the world ofa microscopically chaotic, classical observer is predicted to be

subject to l<hnducible noise" (idea ofendophysics).

[80] with C. Mira', "Higher-order chaos in a constrained differential equa-

tion with an e:":plicit cross-section." In Topologie, [Spezialtagung] Dynami-

cal Systems (F. Takens and E. Vogt, eds.), pp. 9-10. Oberwolfach: Con-

ference Report of the Mathematical Forschungs-Institut 40.

At1 e:'(pHdt, in the Hmit only 3-variable, singular-perturbation ordinary differential equa-

tion that sho'llIs hyperchaos is indicated. An explidt noninvertible diffirence

equation for the limiting cross-section is also indicated.

[81] with]. J. Kozak', "W'eak mixing in a quantum system." Z. Natlllforrcb.

37 a, 33-38.

Chnos can ocmr in an unbounded linear medium ofquantum-mechanical origin.

[82] with M. Conrad', "Example of a system which is computation universal

but not effectively programmable." Bull. Matb. Bioi. 44, 443-447.

NOl1computability is shown to be implicit in chaos.

[83] "Chaos and tolerance." In Matbematical Colloquium, University ofTou-

louse 1982 (R. Thibault, org.), Abstracts.

The Poincare-Zeeman theory of"talertmce" allaws for the design ofdiscrete systems that

"to themselves" appear continuous. It is proposed to apply the same technique - basically,

aversion ofwavelet theory - to a discrete-resolution simulation ofthe logistic map in the

cbaotic regime.

[84] "Atwo-step model of mammalian spatial memory" [abstract]. Biopbys. J.

37,60a.

The hippocampus in the mammalian brain is proposed to be the "switebing station" be-

tween passive and active memoryj in mucb tbe same manner in wbicb all analogous

switchboard ;s needed in a cognitive-plus-motivational artificial brain.

[85] "Artificial cognition-plus-motivation and hippocampus." In NeuI'obiol-

Olf>' of tbe Hippoca11lpllS cw. Seifert, ed.), pp. 573-588. New York: Aca-

demic Press.

ofamomentarily validscene tbat is to be down-loaded into perma-

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1lel1t storage (fl71 be acbieved by using the momentarily valid n-dime1lsionnl11lotivational

state, in on artificial brain. Al1 analogous process is proposed to take place in the bippoc-

ampus of tbe mammalian brain.

[86] c1l\1acroscopic behavior in a simple chaotic Hamiltonian system." In

DYllamical Systems alld Chaos, Sitges 1982 (L. Garrido, ed.). Spt;llger Lec-

tim Notes ill Physics 179, 67-77. Abstract also in Physica 8 D, 297-298

(1983).

An explicit 4-vnriable Newtonian modelfor FeymJ/ans "ratchet-fwd-pawl" metapbor of

irreversibility is presemed and simulated.

[87J "The chaotic hierarchy." Z. Natmforsch. 38 a, 788-801. Reprinted in'

[176J, pp. 25-47. Singapore: 'I'\Torid Scientific, 1991.

Asystematics ofchaos and hypercbaos, witb explicit examples, is presented, with simula-

tions. Included is a preview of tbings yet to come - like the "X-attractor" or nowbere-

differentiable attroctors.

[88] with]. P. Crutchfield', "Combinatorial period-doublmg instabilities and

higher chaos." InNATO Workshop 011 Chemical Illstahilities, Austio, March

14, 1983 (1. Prigogine, org.). Abstracts.

A11 attempt is made to predict the bifurcations wbich lead to hyperchaos in boiling-type

turbulence.

[89] with C. Kahlert!, IlFinite wavetrains in a one-dimensional medium." Z.

NatIlrforsch. 38 a, 648-667.

A boundary-value-problem allalysisofon excitable medium is puformed.

[90] with]. L. Hudson', "Higher chaos in simple reaction systems." In C/"'m

c

cal Applicatiolls ofTopomgy alld G1'aph Theoty (R. B. King, ed.), pp. 358-

363. Amsterdam:

A propoSflI is made how to obtain hyperchaos in abstract reaction systems.

[91] B. Uehleke', "Complicated Pomcare halfmaps in a linear system."

Z. Natmforsch. 38 a, 1107-1113.

The tedmique of "Poinmre bolfmops" is introduced into tbe analysis ofpiecewise-linear

dynamical systems.

[92] "Deductive prebiology." In Moleellla,' Evolutioll alld Protobiology (K.

Matsuno, K. Dose, K. Harada, and D. L. Rohlfing, eds.), pp. 375-385.

New York: Plenum Press.

PUBLICATIONS / 1984

Apredictive approach to the properties ofevolutionary reaction systems is presented. Car-

bon chains (-C-C-C-C-) and bortllle-chains (-B-N-B-N-) are jimctiollally equivalcJ1t,

The latter may therefM'e form the basis oflife on Jupiter. The emergence of11ltltnbility ill

evolutionary soups is shown to be unavoidable.

[93] with R. Rossler', "Deductive approach to the hormonal control ofage-

ing" [abstract]. Biopbys. J. 45, 178a.

Stmting from A1edawar's approach to ageing, a lawful control of ageing involving a

umo1phogenetic control variable" is proposed.

[94] with].]. Kozak' and D. Hoffinann', "Linear chaos" [abstract]. Pbysica

11 D, 416.

Chaos is shQwn to be possible in linear media with the aid ofnn example (Bunimovich-

stadium sbaped 2D medium). The Poincari-Carleman flnmtla also proves tbe possible

existence ofcbaos in infinite-dimensional dynamical systems.

[95] with]. L. Hudson' and]. D. Farmer" "Noodle-map chaos: a simple

example." In Stochastic Phenomena find Chaotic Behaviol' in Complex Sys-

tents (p. Schuster, ed.), pp. 30-37. New York: Springer-Verlag.

A simple equation for a noodle map is proposed and simulated.

[96] with J. L. Hudson

l

and J. C. Mankin', "Chaos in continuous stirred

chemical reactors. Jl In Stocbastic Phenomena and Chaotic Bebavior in Com-

plex Systems (P. Schuster, ed.), pp. 98-105. NewYork: Springer-Verlag.

Experimentllll'eszdts, both 011 the Zhabotinsk), ,"eaction and on two tempenrture-coupled

reactor cells, are presented.

[97J with]. L. Hudson

l

, "Chaos in simple three- and four-variable chemical

systems." In Modelling ofPattems in Space and Time (W: Jager and]. D.

Murray, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Biomatbematics 55,135-

145.

A building-blocks principle fOr tbe design of reaction systems sbowhtg diffirent types of

cbaos is desen'bed, staning witb "bmricane-type" cbaos.

[98J with B. Uehleke

l

, "Analytical results on a chaotic piecewise-linear

a.D.E." Z. Natllrfot'SCb. 39 a, 342-348.

An l'esti11lIltics"stud)'of2-dQ1llainpiecewise-linearsmoot/; (e

l

) 3-varinble synems s/)QWing

chaotic bebnvior is presented,' if [60].

[99] with]. L. Hudson', "Apiecewise-linear invertible noodle-map." Pbysica

11 D, 239-242.

An e:>"ample ofan analytically tractable noodle map is given.

[IOOJ with C. KaWert

l

, "Chaos as a limit in a boundary-value problem." Z.

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Nat1I1fomh. 39 a, 1200-1203. Reprinted in Chaotic Oscillators: Theory

alldApplicatio11S(T. Kapitaniak, ed.), pp. 484-487. Singapore: World Sci-

entific, 1992.

An explicit example ofspt1tial chaos) in the form ofa travelling chaotic wave) is indicated

analytically.

[101] with H. Killory' and]. L. Hudson', "Chaotic behavior of model chemi-

cal reactions.)) Americflllinstitute o/Chemica/Engineers Meeting) San Fran-

cisco, Nov., i\1icrofiche Publication.

An attempt is made to find chemical hyperchaos.

[102] with C. Kahlert' and B. VeWeke', "Chaos in simple autonomous C'

systems." In Mathematical Models ill Biology (K. P. Hadeler and W: Jager,

eds.), pp. 14-15. Oberwolfach: Conference Report of the Mathematical

Forschungs-Institut 50.

Different types ofcbaos in Simple piecewise-linear systems are presented and disCtlssed.

[103] "Example of an axiom-A ODE." In Chaos, hactals and Dpla111ics (p. Fi-

scher and W. R. Smith, eds.), pp. 105-114. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Tbe "two mutually resetting time-doubling-clocks" model [75] of Smale's axiom-A

attmctor is presented in detail and analyzed by 1llt1nericalsimulation. A minor conjecture

is left open.

[104] ((Design for a one-dimensional brain.'J In Info17natioll Processing in Bio-

logical Systems, 20th Annual Orbis Scientiae, Miami, Jan. 17-21, 1983 (B.

Kursunoglu, S. L. Mintz and A. Perlmutter, eds.), pp. 145-153. New

York: Plenum Press.

The blueprint ofasimplified artificial cognitive-plus-motivational system that is purely

time-dependent ("musicaJ') is proposed.

[105] "Classical quantization: two possible approaches. JJ In Chaotic Phenomena

in Quantum Systems: Theory and Applications, Como, June 20-25, 1983

(G. Casati, ed.), pp. 345-353. New York: Plenum Press.

Maxwell's prediction of<li11lpalpability" ofall micro motions is linked to the impossibility

ofdetet7JJining the direction oftime microscopically. A bisto,'ical study ofA1axwell's notes

is suggested to find out hrnv he arrived at his astounding prediction.

[106J with C. KaWert' and B. VeWeke" "Tori and chaos in a simple C' sys-

tem.". In r-lonlinear D)'namics ofnoanscritical Flows) DFVLR International

Colloquium, Bonn, March 26, 1984 (I-l. L. Jordan, H. Oerrel and K.

PUBLICATIONS / 1985-86

Roberts, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Engineering 13, 51-57.

The simplest, botb chaos- aud tOnis-genemtillg, 3-variable ordinary differential equa-

tion of1977 is investigatedfll11ber, in a piecewise-linear version.

(107] HAn estimate of Planck's constant." In Dynamic Phenomena in /:.,Teuro-

chemistly and Neurophysics: Theoretical Aspects (p. Erdi, ed.), Budapest,

Aug. 21-23, 1984, pp. 16-18. Budapest: Publications of the Central Physi-

cal Research Institute.

Gibbs' classical phase space volume implies a system-specific unit constant action. The

cosmos and the brain can be investigated to find out whether their cnvll classical action lies

close to Plallck's constant. It Nims out that the bmill comes out the clear win1le1; with a

deviation oflesstbanfactor oftwo. However, ifthe neutrino mass is dose toa tenthousandth

ofan electron volt, the COS1I10S qualifies as well.

(108] "Long line attractors." In Iteration Theory and Its Functional Equations,

Schioss Hofen Lochau, Sept. 28-0ct. 1st, 1984 (R. Liedl, L. Reich and

G. Targonski, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1163,

149-160.

Tbe transfinite mathematics ofthe hmg line o/topology is very usefulfor a deeper under-

standing ofchaoticjl(Jl))S, A new 2-d axiom-A map is proposed.

[109J with]. Peinke', B. Rohricht',A MiiWbach',]. Parisi

4

, C. Noldeke' and

R. P. Huebener", "Hyperchaos in the post-breakdown regime ofp-Ger-

maruum." Z. Natu1forsch. 40 a, ,562-466.

Hyperchaos is demonstrated in a semiconductor e>.periment.

[110J with]. L. Hudson', "Apiecewise-linear hierarchy." In Intemational Sym-

posium on Mathematical Biology, Kyoto, Nov. 10-16, 1985 (E. Teramoto,

ed.), pp. 18-20. Kyoto: Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences,

Kyoto University Publications.

A chaotic hierarchy based On piecewise-linear examples is proposed em the basis of two

equations one ofwhich has yet to be improved upon,

[111] with C. Kahlert', "Analytical properties of Poincare halfmaps in a class

ofpiecewise-linear dynamical systems." Z. Natuifomh. 40 a, 1011-1025.

Further exact results on C

J

systems are described geometrically.

[112] with]. L. Hudson', "Chaos and complex oscillations in stirred chemical

reactors." In Dynamics a[Nonlinear Systems (Y. Hlavacek, ed.), pp. 193-

219. New York: Gordon and Breach.

A reviewo/chaos in chemistry andph)'si%gy is attempted, alongwitb sample sonagrams.

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[113] with B. Rohricht',]. Parisi' and J. Peinke" "A simple morphogenetic

reaction-diffusion model describing nonlinear transport phenomena in

semiconductors." Z. Phys. H, Condensed Matter 65, 259-266.

l1-amport in semiconductors is placed into the context oftbe original Titringpbenomenol1.

[114] "How chaotic is the universe?" In Chaos (A. V. Holden, ed.), pp. 315-

320. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

A "floating-spheres" artificial universe is considered in intuitive terms. The presence of

1m intenza/ unit-fiction-perturbation is made plausible.

[115] with J. L. Hudson' and H. Killory], "A four-variable chaotic chemical

reaction." Cbem. Eng. Com1null. 46, 159-166.

A bigher.. nttmctorwbic!J is l1on-hyperchaotic is described in an abSh"oct reac-

tion system.

[116J with C. Kahlert',]. Parisi"]. Peinke

4

and B. RohrichtS, "Hyperchaos

and Julia sets." Z. Natwforsch. 41 a, 819-822.

A hyperchaotic attractor which is invaded by two neighboring basins gives rise to a

Sierpinski-type fractal bOlmdmy.

[117J with]. L. Hudson' and]. A. Yorke], "Cloud attractors and time-inverted

Julia boundaries." Z. Natwforsch. 41 a, 979-980.

Apreliminary recipe to generate a generic nowhere-differentiable ottraetor is presemed.

[118] with C. Kahlert', "The separating mechanisms in Poincare halfrnaps."

Z. Natwforsch. 41 a, 1369-1380.

New exact results em piecewise-linear ClS)'stems are presented.

[119] "Bi-fractal basin boundaries from higher-dimensional Smale basic sets."

In Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos in Classical find Quantum Systems, Aug.

25-30, 1986 (T. Bountis, ed.), Abstracts, pp. 40-42. Thessaloniki: Uni-

versity of Thessaloniki Publications.

The general relationship between hyperchaos and Sierpinski-type boundaries is a)11sid-

ered.

[120J with R. Rossler' and K. YVegmann', "Proposed experimental approach

to immortality in plants and animals" [abstract]. Hiophys.]. 49, 27la.

Aging in plants find animals is predictable. The existence of aging bonnams is likely

under certain conditiom.

[121] with W. Musterle

l

, "Computer faces: the human Lorenz matrix." Hio-

Systems 19,61-80.

PUBLICATIONS / 1986-87

A fadal expression is a point inn-space. Five natural-looking ''pure faces" are pl'ovided

tbat call be smoothly and naturally (ombimd. The basis is a simulated clastic fillitc-

elemerIts sbeet which is under the simultoneous influence ofa large number ofsimulated

fadalmuscles. Smooth superposition is easily accomplished in a natul·al-Iookingjflshion.

An adapti011 to natural individual faces put into the computer appears to be straightfor-

ward.

[122] "Indistinguishability implies quantization." In Collected Papers Dedicated

to Professor Ktzzllbisa 70mita 011 the Occasion ofHis Retirement from Kyoto

University (S. Takeno, T. Kawasaki and H. Tomita, eds.), pp. 280-288.

Kyoto: Publication Office of Progress of Theoretical Physics.

Classical indistinguishability implies a lack ofselfclassifiability ofmicroscopically speci-

fied observers. This[act may be sufficient to generate aquantization ofthe external world

as far as tbe observer can tell.

[123] "Chaos in coupled optimizers." In Perspectives in Biological Dynamics and

Tbeoretical Medicine, Vethesda, Apr. 9-11, 1986 (S. H. Koslow, A. J.

Mandell and M. F. Shlesinger, eds.). Ann. Nlc Acad. Sci. 504,229-240.

Two coupled artificial brains of a simplified type are simulated. Interactional chaos is

shown to be possible.

[124] "A chaotic ID gas: some implications." In Tbe Pbysics of Pbase Space,

First International V\'igner Symposium, College Park, May 20-23, 1986

(y. S. Kim and W. W. Zachary, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lect1lre Notes in

Pbysics 278,9-11.

Particles confimd to om dimension can, surprisingly, imeract chaotically if tbe titbe is

branched. l\1.aximal hypercbaos results (n-1 positive Lyapunov characteristic e.tponents).

Ifthe paNicles are mathematically equal

l

a "reduced Hamiltonian

lt

can be written down

e>,:plicitly. Tbe latter's qualitative behavior is predictably diffirent. An artificial universe

observed by internal O1tificiall1eurons will be possible on this basis.

[125] with M. Hoffmann', "Quasiperiodization in classical hyperchaos." ].

Camp. Cbem. 8,510-515.

Classical indistinguishability implies that part;cles Cfln no longer pass by each other in Olle

dimension even Iftbey do (like soh'tom). Ifall horizontalparticlespreviously hadan equal

cbance to internet cbaotieally 'witb the pfl1ticle ill the mouth of tbe vertieal tube, now

"almost all" have motions with virtually zero Lyapunov characteristic e....ponents since

access to tbe chaos-spending mouth is statistically blocked by the intervening particles.

Thus, It mere n-Iabeling of the same given motions in space can drastically change the

qualitative behavior ofa system.

[126] "ExpliCit dissipative structures." InInvited PapmDedicatedto llya P,igogine

O.E. ROSSLER

on Ibe Occasion of His 70lb Bi,-tbday (A. van der Menve and G. Nicolis,

eds.). Found. Pbys. 17,679-688.

Recurrent dissipative structures can be generated Oll the basis of1111 e>''Plicit Hamiltonian

micro dynamics in one space dimension.

[127] with R. M. Chemburkar

l

and A. Varma', "Dynamics of consecutive re-

actions in a CSTR: a case study." Chem. Engng. Sci. 42, 1507-1509.

Chaos occurs in a temperattu-e-dependem reaction seque11Ce ofrealistic type.

[128] with H. Killoryl and]. L. Hudson', "Higher chaos in a four-variable

chemical reaction model." Phys. Lett. 122 A, 341-345.

An e.\'Im/ple ofhypercbaos in an abstract uaction system is presC1lted.

[129] with]. Peinke' ,]. Parisi' and B. Rohrichr', "Instabiliryof rheMandelbrot

set." Z. NalU1forsch. 42 a, 263-266.

Devintions from analyticity subtly destroy man)', but not 01/, fractal features of tbe

1I1andeibrot set.

[130] wirh C. Kahlen

l

, "Analogues to a Julia boundary away trom analytic-

ity." Z. NatU1fo1"Sch. 42 a, 324-328.

The changes ofafractal boundary, away from tbe previous analyticity oftbe underlying

2D map, are studied numerical/y.

[131] wirh B. Rohricht', ';Yo Metzler',]. Parisi' ,]. Peinke

4

and ,v. Beau

5

, "The

classes offractals. Jl In The Physics afStructure Formation: Theor)' andSimu-

lalion0v. Guettinger and G. Dangelmayr, eds.), pp. 275-281. NewYork:

Springer-Verlag.

An attempt to classify the known types offmctal is made.

[132] wirh C. Kahlert',]. Parisi',]. Peinke" B. Rohrieht

5

and]. L. Hudson

6

,

llCloud attractors." In Fractals and Tbeir Significance in 1I1atbematics and

the Sciences (E. B. Mandelbrot, H. O. Peitgen and P. H. Richter, eds.),

pp. 4-5. Obenvolfaeh: Conference Repon of rhe Marhematieal For-

schungs-Institut 1/1987.

Generic 1l01uhere-diffirentiable attractors are sougbt.

[133] wirh]. Parisi

l

, B. RohrichI:' and]. Peinke" "Turbulent morphogenesis

of a prototype model reaction-diffusion system." In Chaos in Biological

Systems (H. Degn, A. V. Holden and L. F. Olsen, eds.), pp. 91-95. New

York: Plenum Press.

'HIring-type chemical turbulence is a qualitative modelfor acertain type a/semiconductor

dYllamics.

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[134J with C. Kahlert' and]. L. Hudson" "Bi-fractal basin boundaries in in-

vertible systems." In Chaos in Biological Systems (H. Degn, A. Ie Holden

and L. F Olsen, eds.), pp. 279-283. New York: Plenum Press.

Sierpil1ski-type boundaries are predicted to arise in generic irzvel1ible maps of 3 dimen-

sions.

[135] "Chemical dissipative stmctures from Hamiltonian chaos." In Math-

ematicalProbiems ofChemical Processes (R. Aris and P. C. Fife, eds.), pp. 15-

16. Oberwolfach: Conference Report of the Mathematical Forschungs-

Institut 29.

1emprmdly recurrent dissipative structures, like limit cycles, are obtainablefr0111 the Hamil-

tonimJ offinitely many interacting classical partivles over finite times in one dimellsioll.

(136) HAnaxagoras

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idea of the infinitely exact chaos." In Chaos in Education:

Teaching Nonlinear Phenomena 11 (G. Marx, ed.), pp. 99-113. Veszprem,

Hungary: National Center of Educational Technology Publications.

The idea ofa transfinitely exact dynamical chaos wasfirst conceived by pre-SocTatic phi-

losopher-scientist Allaxagoras. A new tmnslatiollofhis, ''fragment No. 12" on the Mind

is provided.

[137] with]. Parisi!,]. Peinke', B. Rohricht" U. Rau' and M. Klein', "Com-

parison between a generic reaction-difffusion model and a synergetic

semiconductor system." Z. Natllrfo1"SCh. 42 a, 655-656.

Cellular chemical turbule11Ce and expen'melltnl semiconductor turbulence are related.

[138] "Deterministic entropyin a simple chaotic Hamiltonian system." InNon-

linear Applied Dynamics, Euromech 229, OCt. 5-9 (W Schiehlen, org.),

Abstracts p. 23. Stuttgart: University Institute for Mechanics Publica-

tions.

It is proposed that the "momentary phase-space volume" can be wimatedfrom the state

point, evaluated at several conseeutive points in time. In this way, a macroscopic entropy

may become numerically obseroable in microscopic Aioleeular Dynamics Simulations.

[139] "Endophysics." In Real Braills, Artificial Millds O. L. Casti and A. Kar-

lqvist, eds.), pp. 26-46. NewYork: North-Holland.]apanese edition (M.

Nakamura, trans!.), pp. 29-55. Tokyo: K)'oritsu Publishing Co., 1991.

The distinction between an objective inte1fnce reality and an exo-objectively valid descrip-

tion ofthe same universe is introduced. The existence ofa new science is cOlljecmred.

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[140J "Delayed choicewith correlated photons." Z. Natllrfol'sch. 43 a, 110-114.

A bypothetical proposal is made to ''fool'' qUflllt1l1J171lecbnllics by 111el1115 ofcon-elatedpho-

tons.

[141] with]. L. Hudson' and H.C. Killory" "Chaos in a four-variable piece-

wise-linear system of differential equations. j) IEEE Transactio1ls on Cir-

cuits and Systems 35, 902-908.

Piecewise-limar cbaos and "nlmost"-hyperchaos are demonstrated ill a 4-vnriable CI

system.

[142] with]. L. Hudson', M. Klein' and R. Wais" "Self-similar basin bound-

aty in an invertible system (folded-towel map)." In Dynamic Patterns in

Complex Systems, Fort Lauderdale, Oct. 21-23, 1987 (J. A. S. Kelso, A.].

Mandell and M. F. Shlesinger, eds.), pp. 209-218. Singapore: World

Scientific.

A Sierpinski-carpet like boundary is demomtrated ill a generic hyperchaos-gmerating

invertible mop (n Stefanski-t)·pe folded-towel diffeomorphism),

[143J with]. Peinke',]. Parisi', B. Rohricht' and VI. Metzler" "Smooth de-

composition of generalized Fatou set explains smooth structure in gen-

eralized Mandelbrot set." Z. Nat1l1forsch. 43 a, 14-16.

Smooth feaNlres ofa llonanalytic analogue to the Mandelbrot set are analyzed.

[144] with]. Peinke',]. Parisi', B. Rohricht' and W. Metzler', "Nondiffer-

entiable structure in the generalized Mandelbrot set." Z. Nat1l1forsch.

43 a, 287-288.

Asurvivingl1QWbere-differentiable strudUre ill ageneralized Maude/brot set is described.

[145] with M. Klein', "Nondifferentiable basin boundaries in differentiable

systems: methods of detection." In Application of Chaos Concepts to Me-

chanical Systems, Euromech 242, Sept. 26-29, 1988 (p. C. Muller, W.

Szemplinska-Stupnicka and H. Trager, orgs.). Abstracts, p. 33. \ ~ T u p

pertal: Institute for Measurement Technology.

A llQWhere-differentiable basin bOlmd{uy is demollstrated in a generic invertible 2-di-

memiomrlmap. (An independent replication ofearlier work byTakagi & Okninski].

[146] aInto the same rivers we step and step not) we are the same and we are

not: on the origin of the Now." In Chaos and Pedagogics, Klel, Oct. 1988

(J. R. Bloch, org.), Abstracts. Kiel: Institute fur Piidagogik der Natur-

wissenschaften.

PUBLICATIONS / 1988-89

Heraclitus's saying is brought in con1lCction with Everett's theo1)'. The Now is "co-dimen-

siol1 rUJo, " with timc forming 0111)' one paramelfl: Tbe otber is Everett's parameter for

world selection, A 1Ie'W theory ofstate reduction is implicit.

[147J "The taffy puller." In Tb,'ow Your Old Equations on tbe Garage Heap: Cbaos

and Order in Nature Eure alten Gleichungen auf den Schrott-

Chaos und Ordnung in der Natur] (Regine Naeckel, ed.), TV-Movie

NDR.

The taffy puller - a chaos-generating machine il1 3-space - is presented,

[148] "Symmetry-induced disappearance ofreality: the Leibniz effecr." InArt

and tbe New Biology: Biological F017J1s and PattenlS (p. Erdi and L. Bornstein,

eds.). Leonardo 22,55-59. German version in Strotegien des Scheins: Kimst,

Computer, Medien (F. Rotzer and P. Weibel, eds.), pp. 277-289. Munich:

Boer, 1991.

The Spinoza-Leibniz discovery tha.t allniverse that exists twice collapses down to asingle

copy is applied to ualistic syste-ms that contain indistinguishable particles. The phase space

collapses down to asillgle cel/ ofIIN!-tb the original volume boundaries.

Specifically, a "second ll11it action" (of classical origin) is predicted to make itselffelt in

wtain quantum experiments. Hence lIC'W quantum-Hall-like phenomena may be wOlth

searchingfor.

[149] with]. L. Hudson' and M. Klein" "Chaotic forcing generates wrinkled

boundary." J. Pbys. Cbem. 93,2858-2860.

An example ofa nowhere-differentiable boundary in a continuous system is presented.

[150] with M. Michelitsch

1

, "Anewfeature ofHenon's map." Con1pUt. & Grapb-

ics 13, 263-265.

A computer-graphics study ofbasin boundaries in Henon's map shows a ""edspot" and a

"Reeb foliation."

[151] with]. L. Hudson', "Self-similarity in hyperchaotic data." In Brain Dy-

namics: P"ogress and Perspectives (E. Basar and T. H. Bullock, eds.), pp.

113-121. New York: Springer-Verlag. Also in Cbaos in Brail1 FUI1CtiOI1

(E. Basar, ed.), pp. 74-82. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1990.

If brain Waves are byperchaotic, this fact will be expen'memally demonstrable. A sym-

boJjc-dynamics-based graphical analysis is demonstrated, for the case oflloisefree data.

[152] with J. L. Hudson' and M. Klein" "Graphical symbolic dynamics: or

how to distinguish anoisy chaotic signal from noise.!l In European Con-

ference 011 Iteration Theory, Batschuns (Ansll'ia), Sept. 10-16, 1989 (G.

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Targonski, C. Mira, R. Lied!, L. Reich, M. i\1isiurewicz, orgs.), Abstracts,

p. 32. Marburg: Institute of Mathematics Publications.

A time-series analysis meth.od based on symbolic dynamics is deso'ibed for noisy data.

[153] "Explicit obsenrers." In Optimal Structures ill Heterogeneous Reaction Sys-

tems (p.]. Plath, ed.), pp. 123-138. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Jl,iaC1'oscopic observers enn be simulatedfromfirst microscopic classiCflI principles according

to Boltzmann. 7Oday, flIt/ficial class/enl universes can be implemented in a computer. To

understand tbeir behavior, the "micro-interface" that forms between observer al1d rest

needs to be understood. It is shown to present areality which deviatesfiwJt what holds true

exo-objectively. An analogue to Bell non/ocality can be expected to arise on the iTiteiface.

[154] withB. R6hricht',]. Parisi' and]. Peinke" "Syrnmetry-breakingphase

transitions and boiling-type turbulence of a simple morphogenetic re-

action-diffusion system." In Stntcttlre, Coberence·and Cbaos in Dynamical

Systems (P. L. Christiansen and R. D. Parmentier, eds.), pp. 597-602.

n1anchester: Manchester University Press.

rtVo different types of turbulence are sbOWll to arise in a cellular syrrem.

[155] with]. Becker', M. Hoffmann' and W. Nadler" "Fermi gas like hypoth-

esis for Fleischmann-Pons experiment" Z. Natmfonch. 44 a, 329.

Can classical indistinguishability generate tunneJingjeatures ofa type compatible witb

the alleged cold-fusion experiment?

[156] "Einstein completion of quantum mechanics made falsifiable." In Com-

plexity, Entropy and the Physics ofInformation (V\Z H. Zurek, ed.), pp. 367-

373. Redwood City: Addison-Wesley.

The "u lativistic Bell experiment" is proposed, hl a paper discussed with the late John

Bell. It is shown that the fimtous Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) paradox of 1935 has

only been solved partially by Bell'sfamous discovery ofnonlocalit)'. 10 solve it fu"y, intro-

duction ofcausal separation (rather tban7Jlere spacclike separation) £s necessary. 10 achieve

tbis, the two meaSlwing statiollS ofastandard Bell experimC11t need to be placed imo two

diffirent relativisticframes. The two 7Jlust be 1JJtJtually receding (uVX" diagram). As a

consequence, each measurement occurs fint in its own frame. The e.tperiment appears

feasible using a satellite. Tbe e.tpected outcome also is not controversial: confit7Jlation of

tbe Bell cOITelations. However, in that case quantum mecbanics can be "completed" in

accordance witb Einstein's claim. Tbat is, two nonc011lmuting virgin states can be mea-

sured independently- in violati(jn ofwbattbe commutator "eJatiompennit. Hence quan-

tu11lmechanics is[onllally refuted. Unexpectedly, Everett's version sllrvives. It simulta-

neously becomes an alternative fullfledged tbeory. The reason: in each oftlie two Everett

wo'-/ds, validfor tbe twoframe-specific obseroers, the commutator relations are respected.

PUBLICATIONS / 1990

[157] with P. Frodl', M. Hoffmann' and F. "I'VaW" "Possible participation of

lithium in Fleischmann-Pons reaction is testable.

Jl

Z. Natmforscb. 453,

757-758.

A way to falsify tbe Fleiscbmann-Pons hypothesis is indicated.

[158J with]. L. Hudson', M. Klein' and C. Mira" "Self-similar basin bound-

ary in a continuous system." In Nonlinear Dynamics in Engineering S)'s-

tenlS (VV Schiehlen, ed.), pp. 265-273. New York: Springer-Verlag.

A Sierpinski-type boundary is demonstrated in ageneric4-varinble ordinary differential

equation.

[159] with M. Klein' and G. Baier', "The Rashevsky-Turing system: two

coupled oscillators as a generic reaction-diffusion mode1." In Software

Development in Cbemimy 4 O. Gasteiger, ed.), pp. 331-343. New York:

Springer-Verlag.

The turbulence arising in the Rnshevsky-'Rlring model [31] is studiedfurther.

[160] with G. Baier

1

and M. Klein

2

J "Higher tori in volume-preserving maps."

Z. Nat1l1fomb. 45 a, 664-668.

Hypertoroidal quasipen'odic behavior is fou"nd in simple volume-preserving maps.

[161J with B. Rohricht',J. Parisi' and]. Peinke', "Breakdown of symmetry in

an exemplary Turing system." Dynamics &' Stability ofSystems 5, 99-104.

A bifurcation in 2 coupled cells is analyzed.

[162J with G. Kampis', "Complexity reduction in two coupled optimizers

('antichaos')." In Operations Reasearcb 1990, International Conference

on Operations Research, Vienna, Aug. 28-31, 1990 (G. Feichtinger, ed.).

Abstracts, p. A260. Vienna: Technical University Institute for Econo-

metrics, Operations Research and SystemTheory Publications.

Two coupled autonomous optimizers-eum-ll1liversal-simulators are capable of inventing

and understanding benevolence and tranquility.

[163J "Acounterfacmal telegraph" [in German]. InKmllplexitiit-Zeit-Metbode,

IV: 4th International Interdisciplinary Colloquium "Co1JtplexityJ Time,

Metbod, " Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Dec. 20, 1988

(U. Niedersen, ed.), pp. 189-198. Halle: Martin-Luther-Universitat

Wissenschaftliche Beitrage 1990120 (A 124).

Like a balved Thousand-Dollars note, by whirb nothing can be bougbt unless the other

balf is presented side by side, so "half messagesl) can be sent in a Bell-type experiment.

They can be verified (as having arrived in time) afterwards - but only after the other

"halfprotocol" has been sent as well, by sublll1nina/mail.

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[164J with G. Kampis', VI. Nadler" \ ~ Z Musterle" B. Shapiro' and P. Urban',

uI-ligWy parallel implementation of an autonomous direction optimizer

with cognition" [abstractJ. Biophys. J. 57, 194a.

The blueprint ofa wavelet-implemented artificial brain is proposed to be jmplememable

in a chip. A second proposnl made is the creation of the uPalldaka-pyr;maea Brain Re-

search Imtiwte, "The smalls! vertebrate bmi1l1viJi be evm1l1ore interesting to elucidate

than that of the house jly, to whith U7enler Reichbardt devoted his whole life.

[165J with G. Kampis', "How many 'demons' do we need: endophysical self-

creation of material snuctures and the exophysical mastery of universal

libraries." In Cybernetics and Systems 90 (R. Trappl, ed.), pp. 27-34.

Singapore: \Vorld Scientific.

The universal-library out-reading process of evolution is juxtaposed to the mally-wodds

problem ofendophysics. Is there a short-cut implicit hi the latter to speed up the fanner?

[166J with M. Klein', G. Baier',]. Parisi"]. Peinke

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, M. Krng' and]. L. Hud-

son?, "Sierpinski sponge in a simple generic diffeomorphism." Comput-

ers ill Physics 4, 494-497.

Aselfsimilar Sierpinski-sponge-likefractal boundary is demonstrated in tbe Baier map,

3D version. Higher-order analogues can be obtained analogously. In eacb case a Single

quadratic nonlinearity suffices.

[167J with H. B. Stewart' and K. Vi'iesenfeld" "Unfolding a chaotic bifurca-

tion." Proc. Roy. Soc. LOlldoll, Sect. A 431; 372-383 (1990).

ANewhouse-like fusion ofbasic sets is studied using global analysis.

[168J with]. Peinke',J. Parisi' and M. Klein', "2-D Feigenbaum." In Comput-

ers, PattenlS, Chaos alld Beauty (c. A. Pickover, ed.). NewYork: St. Martin's

Press;

Sonze ofthe bijumtions leading to bypercbnos ore studied.

[169J withA. KitteI'']. Peinke', M. Klein'. G. Baier' and]. Parisi" "Existence

of nowhere differentiable boundaries in a realistic map." Z. Nat1l1forsch.

45 a, 1377-1379.

Successful demonstHltion ofU-'eierstrllss nowhere-differentiability in the 7«kagi-Oknillski

map (as it is today called).

[170J with P. E. Kloeden' and R. Rossler', "Apredictive model for life expect-

ancy curves." BioSystems 24, 119-125.

An improved Gompertz equation is derived from first principles. It successfully repro-

duces the "e1ldogeneous deaths" in two different buman populations (life expectancy curves).

[171J with P. E. Kloeden' and R. Rossler', "Does a centralized clock for aging

exist?" Gerolltology 36,314-322.

PUBLICATIONS / 1990-91

Tbe hypothesis ofthe pineal gland being the site offin aging-controlling physico-chemical

clock is introduced.

[172J "Boscovich's observer-centered explanation of the nonclassical nature

of reality." In Symposium 011 the Foundations ofl\10dern Physics, Joensuu,

Aug. 13-17, 1990 (K V. Laurikainen, org.), E"tended Abstracts, pp. 153-

156. Turku: Report Series, Publications of the Department of Physical

Sciences, University ofTurku.

Endophys;cs in the modem sense invented by 1Jlflthematician-cum-theologian Roger

Joseph Boscov;ch inl?55,

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'

[173] ICBoscovich covariance." In Beyond Belief: Randomness, Prediction andR-.;-

planation in Saence O. Casti and A. Karlqvist, eds.), pp. 65-87. Boca Raton:

CRC Press.

A new tramlation o!Boscovich's seminall?55 Latin paper titled flOll space and time liS

they are recognized by us" (De spatio et tempo1"e tit pnobis cognoscu1ltUJ) is presented. It

is accompanied by fi modem pccoum ofbis ideas.

[174] "Apossible explanation of quantum mechanics." InAdvallces in Injii17Jta-

tion Systems Research (G. E. Lasker, T. Koizumi and]. Pohl, eds.), pp.

581-589. ''Vindsor: The International Institute for Advanced Studies in

Systems Research and Cybernetics.

Karl Popper's imight that lack ofselfknowledge implies aUmit to extenwl observation in

a classical co1ltext is diswssed.

[175] "Four open problems in four dimensions." In [176], pp. 365-369. Sin-

gapore: Vlorld Scientific.

The two main questions presented are: Do llowhere-differentiable attractors exist in ge-

neric in 4DflfJws? And: Is there a unique cell boundary present in the 4-Dconfiguration

space of two idmticol particles in the plane?

[176] A Cbaotic Hiemrcby (G. Baier and M. Klein, eds.). Singapore: World

Scientific, x-397pp.

Festschrift on the Occasion ofthe 50th Bi11bday ofO.E.R.

[177] "The existence flip-flop: theory and implications." World Futures 30,

179-185.

Selfmabltaining continuous dynamical systems of tbe type discovered by Danvin are

shown to be botb in inanimate find animate lIatu,'e flnd hI society.

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[178] "Classical time reversal." In 2nd 11ltenzational I,Vigner Sympo-

siu111, Goslar,]uly 15-20, 1991 (H. D. Doebner and W: Scheser, orgs.),

Abstracts book. Claus thai: Arnold Sommerfeld Institut fUr Mathema-

tische Physik Publications.

{mti-unitmy OpCHlt01"S, introduced in 1931 in response to H.A. KTamer's 1930

quantum 111cnSUrCme1lts, possess Il classical analogue.

[179] with M. Klein',]. Parisi',]. Peinke', G. Baier" C. KaWert' and]. L.

Hudson

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, "Toward a better understanding of fractality in narure,ll Com-

puters & Graphics 15, 583-596.

Frnctnlity in nature appears in a newlight in view ofthe intrinsicjractality discovered in

differentiable dynamical systems of4 find moreflow dimensions.

[180J Parisi',]. PeirIke', M. Klein' and C. Kahlert', "Fractal bound-

aries, analyticity and generating mechanism." In Fractals in tbe Funda-

111ental and Applied Sciences (H. O. Peitgen,]. M. Henriques and L. F.

Penedo, eds.), pp. 329-337. Amsterdam:

Analyt(city stands out ill its enabling a self-simUarity (and lloi just self-affineness) oj

basin boundaries.

[181J with]. Peinke', M. KleirI', A. KIttel"]. Parisi

4

and R. Stoop" "Fractal

boundaries in differentiable systems." In Dynamics Days, Berlin, June

12-15.

Are tbe frnctnlity ofbollndaries and tbe fractality of turbulence related?

[182] with M. Klein

l

and G. Baier

2

, 'tFrom n-tori to hyperchaos." Cbaos, Soli-

tOllS & Fractals 1, 105-118.

A comzeetio11 between higher-dimensional toroidal ath"flCtors and hypercbaotic attrnctors

is described, in maps.

[183J with]. Peinke', M. Klein', A. Kittel" G. Baier

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,]. Parisi', R. Stoop' and

]. L. Hudson', "Nowhere-differentiable boundaries in differentiable sys-

tems: a proposed explanation." Ellrophys. Lett. 14, 15-20.

Construction of a convergent limiting process to explain generic selfaffine Faton-type

boundaries.

[184J with]. Peinke', M. Klein', A. KitteI', C. KaWert

4

, R. Stoop' and]. Parisi',

"How two competing characteristic e:x"ponents generate different classes

of fractal boundaries." Illt. J. Bifurcation & Chaos 1, 599-604 .

A Kaplan-YOrke /ike critenfmlOr boundan'es is presellted.

[185J "On Bodyism" (Report 8-80 hhta 372). T¥arld Futures 32,63-68.

PUBLICATIONS / 1991-92

A reflection on the milld-body problem is put into the finn ofa fictional story, 'writte1l

lIlJder the pSCllson)'m E. O. Rustl,,:

[186J "Endophysics: physics from within." In 6tb International Conference on

Event Perception and Action (P. Kugler, org.). Amsterdam, Aug. 25-30,

1991, Abstracts.

Can physics and reality be manipulated in a new way? Bohr's privilege, Heisenberg's

privilege, Wheeler's privilege, Bell's privilege and Everett's privilege are described.

[187] with R. Rossler! and P. E. Kloeden', "An optimality approach to age-

ing." In Comple.,ity, Cbaos and Biological Evolution (E. Mosekilde and L.

Mosekilde, eds.), pp. 259-266. New York: Plenum Press.

A quantitative prediction ofsurvivability, as afunction ofthe expected 1lumber ofmature

offspring ofthe same gmder, is dem·ibed.

[188] "Chaos in physiology." In Biopbysical Society Worksbop, Cbaos Dynamics in

Biopbysics: Tbeory and Applications. San Francisco, Febr. 27, 1991 (L. S.

Kwok, org.). Houston: College of Optometry.

Are the rapidfine motions ofthe eye-ball chaotic?

[189] with P. i"leibel', "The two levels ofreality- Exo and endo." InA'Tlab 1"

S)7/zposiu",: Tbe Current Condition and tbe Fnture of Digital A'T, Tokyo,

June 29, 1991 (Y. Shikata, ed.), p. 16. Tokyo: Cannon Corporation.

Both in,art and in science is the imen1al observer a ceJumlnotion. Chaos and Kon-1On -

seeing clearly from 'lvitbin - belong together. The 1JUmy-oscilJators-rm-a-board model of

aninmr-world obseroer is introduced.

[190] "Singular-perturbation homoclinic hyperchaos." In Engineering Appli-

cations of Dynamics of Cbaos (VI. Szemplinska-Stupnicka and H. Trager,

eds.), pp. 139-147. Vienna: Springer-Verlag.

A singttlar-pert1l1·bation type geometric example ofShilnikov hyperchaos is presented.

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[191] . "The future of chaos." InApplied Cbaos a. H. Kim and]. Stringer, eds.),

pp. 457-465. New York: Wiley.

A generalization ofShilnikov's theorem is proposed. Bohm's implicate order is general-

ized. The StructU1"t offuture sciellCe-C1Jt7ieuI1l1l1S is gtteSsed nt.

[192] withM.lI1ichclitsch', "The 'burning ship' and its quasi-Julia sets." Com-

pute,. & Graphics 16, 435-438.

Afractal structure ill asimple map is presented.

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with Iv1. i\1ichelitsch

1

, c'Spiral strucrures inJulia sets and related sets." In

Spiral SY11J11Jwy (1. Hargittai and C.A. Pickover, eds.), pp. 129-134.

Singapore: 'World Scientific.

Some beautiful selfaffine dynamical patten1S are presented.

"Bell's symmetry." Sy11l11lel1y: CultJire and Science 3 (4), 385-400.

An observation afA. Peres and S. Feingold enables the description off1 new covariance,

presC1lt in the Bell correlatiom. It suggests that Bell non/ocality is an observer-centered

phenomenon. Specifically, details on the e.'I:perime1lt of the two spaceship captaillS ~ l J h o

each make the first mtaJ1lrement on fl pair of correlated particles (156]. While Bohr's

tbeory ofquantum mechanics if nfuted, Everett's theaty survives umcathed.

with]. Peinke', M. Klein',]. Parisi' and A. Kittel" "On the fractality of

basin boundaries." Acta Pbysica Polo"ica 23 B, 409-429.

NflWhere-diJferemiability a/basin boundaries in generic maps is ,-eviewed.

[196] '(Interactional bifurcations in human interaction: a formal approach."

In Self-Organization and Clinical Psycbology (W: Tschacher, G. Schiepek

and E.]. Brunner, eds.), pp. 229-236. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Interactional anthropogenesis is revisited.

[197] Endopbysics: Tbe World of tbe lntemal Obse11Jer [Endopbysik: Die Welt des

inneren Beobacbters], ed. by P. 'Neibel. Berlin: Merve Verlag, xii-183pp.

A collection ofpapers and abstmets on endophysics has been an-anged into asingle wbole,

bya fl11irt-sdentist Peter Weibel. [For the english version, see 298]

[198] "Endophysics: physics from within." In Tbe World from Witbin: Endo .

and Nano - aI's electronica 92 (K. Gerbel and P. \Veibel, eds.), pp. 49-55.

Linz: PVS-Verleger.

A bird's eye view on endoph)'Sics is presented at the first imernational conference on

endophysics.

[199] "Chaos and endophysics" [abstract]. In Tbe l-Vorldfrom Witbi,,: Endo and

Nano - an elect/unica 92 (K. Gerbel and P. 'Weibel, eds.), p. 56. Linz:

PVS-Verleger.

The connectiolls between the mtionalismofchaos the01Y and the 1"fltiol1alis1n ofcndophysics

are poimed out.

[200] with P. Weibel', "Onr rainbow world." In Tbe World ji'01n Witbin: Endo

and Nano - ars elem'onica 92 (K. Gerbel and P. Weibel, eds.), pp. 13-21.

Linz: PVS-Verleger.

Is the physical worldjust as observer-specific as a co-movitlg minbow is?

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[201] "The shadow principle: is physical reality full of correlations with the

obsenrer?ll In International S)'mposium 0111nftrmation Pbysics (1. Tsuda, B.

A. Huberman, O.E.R. and 1. Percival, eds.), pp. 134-141.1izuka, Fukuoka:

Fujiki Pub!. Co.

Thefairy tale ofthe man withoItt shadow is used to illustrate, and to generalize, l\llaxwelJ's

demon,

[202] International S)?l1posium on Inf01111ation Pbysics (I. Tsuda, B. A. Huberman,

O.E.R. and I. Percival, eds.),July 12-15, 1992, Kyushu Institute ofTech-

nology, lizuka, Fukuoka, Japan. lizuka: Fujiki Pub!. Co., x-142pp.

A new imerdiscipJinm)' field is presented in this book.

[203] Enconnte,."itb Cbaos: Self-Organized Hierarchical Complexity in S""icon-

ductor Experiments, by J. Peinke, J. Parisi, O.E.R. and R. Stoop. New

York: Springer-Verlag, vi-289pp.

Chaos in realistic dissipative systems is desen'bedin detniJwith aview to tbe e:(perimental

reality,

[204] "The transparent medinm." In 0" Justifying tbe Hypotbetical Nature of

Art and tbe Nonidelltity witbin tbe Objective World (p. ''leibel, T. Grunert

and M. Janssen, eds.), pp. 121-126. Cologne: Verlag der Buchhandlung

Walther Konig.

How can one make a medium tangible?

[205] with]. Parisi',]. Peinke' and A. Kittel" "Ageneric mechanism determin-

ing the fractality of basin boundary structures." Pbysica A 191, 571-575,

St1'ategies toward tbe identification ofafractal basin boundary in a realistic experiment

arc presented.

[206] with R. VVais' and R. Rossler" "Singular-continuous ''1eierstrass-func-

cion atttactors, n In Proceedings a/the 2nd Intenzational Conference on Fuzzy

Logic and Neural Networks, pp. 909-912 (Iizuka,Japan,]uly 17-22, 1992).

A generalizatj(Jn of Kntsllllra's nowhere-differentiable fimctifJ1l is indicated. It exists in

reality: as a cross section through generic attraetors,

[207] "Hyper Shil'nikov chaos." InAustralian Matlmnotical Society Annual Con-

ference, University of ,Vestern AUst1'alia, Perth, July 6-10, 1992 (WS.

Perriman and].H. Rubinstein, orgs.). Abstracts, p. 21. Perth: AMS Pub-

lication Swift Copy Service.

A S b ~ l l l i k o v hierarchy tbl'ougb arbitrary dimensio1lS is presented.

[208] "The world of the internal observer" [1989]. In Beyond the Boundaries of

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the Real: Ars electronica 1992 [Dber die Grenzen des Realen] (P. l\leibel,

ed.). TV-Movie, 3 Sat,]uly 4.

Asn'ollwitb Peter H7eibel through tbe cwridors a/his oldbigb school, discussing Descartes

and tbe mdo prison, while tbe music af"No one gets out afbere alive" is playing.

[209] with 1"1. Giers

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, P. Weibel', F. Rotzer', 1. Burgbacher-Krupka" W Latham',

]. Shaw?, "New media: what something is versus how it appears" (Neue

l'.1edien: vVas etwas ist - wie etwas erscheint]. Kunstfon17n Intenzational

122,334-345.

Sinde/fingen dialogue (hep/a/ague) 071 fl new view on the world and art. Descartes'me-

din-theoretic experience ofthe reality ofthe prison (with the joystick oftime blocked) still

impires the heart find the mind and the boud (ill Ronne Dllrboven's art).

'993

[210] with R. Rossler

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and P. £. Kloeden', "Asystems approach to aging." In

Advances in Systems Studies (G.£. Lasker, ed.), pp. 176-182. Windsor:

International Institute for Advanced Studies in System Research and

Cybernetics.

Steps on the way toward 0 new aging formula, more accurate than Gompe1tz's law of

1825, are presented.

[211] "Is our world avirtual reality?" [in German]. In Cyberspace - 2ummedialen

Gesamtkunstwerk (F. Rotzer and P. l\leibel, eds.), pp. 256-260. Munich:

Boer.

The new artificial inteifoce of Virtual Reality has so many prope'ties in common 'with

end.ophysics tbat om storts wondedng whetber tbere is a deeper connection.

[212J with F. Rotzer', "Endophysics - AnewCopernican revolution?" [in Ger-

man]. KunstfOnmtlutmlatioual124, 212-220. Also inF1'Om Chaos to Eudo-

physics - Scientists ill Dialogue [170m Chaos zur Elldophysik - Wissenschaftler

im Gespriich] (F. Roetzer, ed.), pp. 349-368. Munich: Boer, 1994.

Tbis is 11 recordeddialogue which developed differently tbllll planned. Old childhoodmemo-

ries ofafisb bowl made it possible to visualize wby afisb is blind to the water.

[213] with J. O. Rossler', "The endo approach." Applied Mathematics & Com-

putatioll 56, 281-287.

The fundamental mtion of "assignment conditions" is added to Newtonj initial condi-

tions.

[214] with J. 1.. Hudson' and R. Rossler', "Homoclinic hyperchaos: an ex-

plicit example." Physica D 62, 80-86.

PUBLICATIONS / 1993

An equation for topological byper-Sbilnikov-chaos in m>bitrary dimensiom is presented

aud illustrated witb asimulation.

[215J "A new principle for identity generation - three equal particles on the

ring: a caleidoscope of classical exchange symmetry. "In Austria Biennale

di Venezia 1993 - Representatives (p. vVeibel, ed.), pp. 257-272. Cologne:

Verlag del' Buchhandlung l'Valther Koenig.

Second intemational conference on endopbysics. An astoundil1g complexity is generated by

tbree classical particles subject to peifat equality.

[216J with R. Rossler', "Is the mind-body interface microscopic?" Theoretical

Medicine 14, 153-165.

The new experimental serence is proposed. Its task is to find out

wbetber -there exists a microscopically specified "inteiface" il1 tbe real world, imide the

head, as an anchor for conserotlmers.

[217] with M. C. Kube! and]. L. Hudson" "A 'superfat' chaotic attractor."

Chaos, Solitons & Fmctals 3, 141-148.

The strtld1n-e ofan attractorwitb one positive LyapIUlov characteristic e:>..ponem and two

mar-zero negative ones is studied in a map and e>.plaimd in global ana6rsis.

[218J with]. L. Hudson', "A'superfat' attractorwith a singular-continuous 2-

D Weierstrass function in a cross section." Z. Natwforscb. 48 a, 673-

678.

Asecond kind ofsupe1fatmss ofattmctors, with "double fractality, "is demonstrated in an

example and explained.

[219J "Singular-continuous nowhere-differentiability in attractors." InDynami-

cal Systems: Theory and Applications, Hudinge-Stockholm, June 15-22,

1992 (S. 1. Andersson, A. E. Andersson and U. Ottoson, eds.), pp. 205-

232. Singapore: World Scientific.

A classification of yat II and "supeifat" attractors (and so forth) is attempted.

[220] with J. Parisi!, R. Badii', E. Brun

J

, L. Flepp4, C. Reyl', R. Stoop', A.

Kittel' and R. Richter', "Explicit realization ofchaos control in anNlI1R-

laser experiment." Z. Naturfomb. 48 a, 627-628.

A physical e>.perimwt in cbaos control is described and explained.

[221] with]. Peinke', 111. Klein', A. Kittel', A. Olminski

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and]. Parisi', "On

chaos, fractals and turbulence." Pbysica Scripta T 49,672-676.

Nowhere-differentiability in 11laps and turbi,lentjlfJllJS are twtatively subjected to a C01J1-

1J1on interpretation.

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[222] with P. E. Kloeden' and R. Rossler', "Time-keeping in genetically pro-

grammed aging." Experimental Gerontology 28,109-118.

A (ell culture experiment to identifl tbe life-prolonging effects of melatonill in fl (ell

culture is outlined.

[223] with P. E. Kloeden' and R. Rossler', "Artificial life extension: an epige-

netic approach." Aging Clinical & Experimental Researcb 5, 409-410.

A large-scale experiment to inCHase tbe life span a/many human beings simultaneously is

proposed.

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[224J "Fraiberg-Le'meberg speech." Cbaos, Solitons & P,'actals 4, 125-131.

Autistic and 1101lflutirtic language need to be distinguisIJed, botb in infants (where either

is possible) and in animals where so far only one (the first) has been identified,

[225] Jonas' World -A Cblld Thinks, ed. by R. Rossler and O.E.R. [Jonas' Welt:

Das Denken elnes KindesJ. ReinbeklHamburg: Rowohlt, 96pp.;2nd edn

as Tbe Tblnklng ofa Child: Developme11t, Personality, Feelings [Dos Denken

elnes Kindes: Entwlckhmg, Perso,illcbkeit, Geftible). Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1998.

The utterallces offin enlightened mind are presented in {hrono/agienl order, over a time-

span ofsixyears.

[226J "Chaos and endophysics" [in GermanJ. In Quanten, Cbaos lind Diimonen

(K Mainzer and W Schirmacher, eds.), pp. 220-235. Mannheim: B. I.

\'Vissenschafts-Verlag.

The relation between the two types ofchance ftund in nature, the one inside tbe worldand

the other outside ofthe world, is re-examined. The quantumbutte1fly effect ("Schrb"dinger's

butteifly'J differs mdicallyfrom tbe classical Lorenzian butterfly effect.

[227J with]. Parisi', "The brain as a measuring apparatus." InEndopbyslcs: Tbe

TVodd From Witbin - A New Approach to tbe Obmwr Problem witb Appli-

entlons In Pbysics, Biology andMatbematics (G. Kampis and P. \Veibel, eds.),

pp. 235-238. Santa Cruz: Aerial Press.

Is it possible to me tbe brain as a kind ojflight simulator, by 1"eversibly changing its

microscopic state in afirst micro-ps)'chopbysicnl experiment?

[228] with P. WeibeF

J

(CPrivileged frames: from endo covariance to exo invari-

ance." In Elldopbysics: The TVorid }i'om Witbin - A New Approach to tbe

Observer Problen, wltb Applications In PhYSiCS, BiOlogy and Matbe"'atlcs (G.

Kampis and P. Weibel, eds.), pp. 7-19. Santa Cruz: Aerial Press.

A new look at relativity, inspired by its microscopic analogue in tbe quantum domain, is

presented.

PUBLICATIONS / 1994

[229] "Endophysics: Descartes taken seriously." In Inside versus Outside: Endo-

and Era-Concepts of Observation find Knowledge in Pb)'Sics, Pbilosopb), and

Cognitive Science, Schloss Ringberg, March 29-April2, 1993 (H. Atmans-

pacher and G. J. Dalenoort, eds.), pp. 153-161. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Tbe UUTestem Buddbist" Rene Descartes is responsible for tbe re-discovery of tbe web of

causation in the HTest. Kant's ub/tle glasses" (a tenn due to Kleist) are acoral/my. "N(JW1leSS-

tunnelling" is a potentinlnew implication ofnatural philosophy (proposed at tbe second

ime171ational conference all endophysics).

[230] "Chaos: the surprises ofsmooth flows." In Towards the Hamessing o/Chaos,

7th Toyota Conference, !l1ikkabi, October 31- Nov. 3, 1993 (1'11. Yama-

guti, ed.), pp. 323-333. London: Elsevier.

Steps towards a Klein-bottle attraaor are presemed.

[231] "Chaos, rationality and the 'bad-trip' problem" [Chaos, Rationalitiitund

das lfbad-tripll-Problem]. In Evolution: Entwicklung ul1d Organisation in

del' Natur, Incontri a Bolzano, 1993 cv. Braitenberg and 1. Hasp, eds.),

pp. 107-119. Reinbek: Rowohlt.

Desca'tes' bad dream, when he was 23yent'S old, is identified as tbe source oftbe modem

revival ofAnaxagoreal1 ratiol1alism. LampsaC1ls, Anaxagoras' second homeunvlI, in which

he inaugurated the boliday 1110mb for school cbildren, is tbe proposed name for a bome-

town oflluwkind on the Internet.

[232] ,vith M.S. EI Naschie', "Interference through causality vacillation." In

Symposium on the Foundations o/Modem Physics 94, Helsinki,]une 13-16,

1994 cr. Hyvonen, org.), Extended Abstracts. Turkn: Report Series Pub-

lication of the Department of Physical Sciences, University ofTurkn.

Feyml1an's 111any-paths-amplitudes Cfln be ,-eplaced by real paths which nre subjea to

sbort time reversals 011 a micro scale.

[233] "What is chaos?" [inJapanese], Gendai-Shiso 22. Germanversion in Chaos

and Structure FomUition [in German] (H. Bremer, S. Habermeier and S.

vVladarsch, eds.), pp. 151-155. Munich: Technical University "Faktum"

Publications.

The 11tatbematicoland the metapbysical puzzle1J1e1lts provoked by chaos are illustrated by

three demons and.a cemor, all familiar in science (Anaxagorfls', Laplace's, Maxwell's;

l\1a:t;well-Feyn1Jtfln censor).

[234] with R. Rossler' and P. \'Veibel', "The world as interface" [in German].

InFrom Chaos to Endophysics - Scientists in Dial.gne [in Gennan] (F. Rotzer,

ed.), pp. 369-381. Munich: Boer.

Superfluid liquid Helium is shown to mabie a qU(l1ltll1l1 Cope17lican experi1l1el1t, pro-

'. vided tbe logic of2D artificial reversible universes catTies over to our own 3D world.

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[235J "Micro constructivism." Pbysica D 75, 438-448.

Endophysics is pb)'sics in the age of the (de-)collst11lctionist paradigm. Its biftD!)' is re-

viewed. This "holism" is even more mdical tban radical constructivism. The artificial

names "tace find spime" are intToduced to characterize an entanglement of "space and

time" [see 265J.

[236] with R. Rossler', "Chaos in physiology." Integmtive Pbysiological & Be-

bavioml Science 29,328-333.

A review of the contributiQns ofphysiologists to chaos theory is attempted. It starts out

with H7enckebocbj "vmying-degree block" (in the KC.G.) and von Holst's "relative syn-

chronization. "

[237J "The Improbability of Evil: the Mystery of Science After Descartes" [in

German] (A. Kluge, ed.). TV-Lecture, RTLISATI. First aired on May

21, 1994 by RTL.

Tbis is a haJfhour lecture, for fl general TVaudimce, on the escape button discovered by

Rene DeSCa11es. It was recorded on the O(((1si011 of the 1994 Bonn conference on how to

combat Evil.

[238J "Limitology." In 011 Limits (T. L. Casti and J.Traub, eds.), p. 17. Santa

Fe Institute Publication 94-10-056.

A new "umbrella" is proposed under the 11ame oflimitology. It comprises both parado:d-

cal and l1on-parado:dcallimits, as they occur in physics, mathematics, biology and sociol-

ogy. About 50 percent of the limits listed con be overcome by means of the tedmique of

"reaching out from within," with GiMel's theorem forming the first example. Uoint

work with Y:-P. Gunji]

[239] "Intra-observer chaos: hidden root ofquanturn mechanics?" Chaos, Soli-

tails & F"actals 4, 415-421.

This is the basic idea of endophysics. That the 1llicrodynamics of our brains irreparably

taints the objective world.

[240] with R. Richter!, C. Kruelle' and A. Kittel', "The 'triptych fractal': a

new feature of the logistic map." Z. Naturfimcb. 49 a, 871-873.

Cycle length (sum afincrements as afunctian afiteration ml1llber) as afimctio11 afinitial

position is, in the limit, a fractal obsenJable of the logistic map. It has a characteristic

tripartite form.

[241] with P. E. Kloeden! and R. Rossler', "Artificial life extension: the epige-

netic approach." Alln. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 719,474-482.

An epi-genetic therapy of aging is a short-term alternative to the promise of a lfgene

therapy" implicit in the htU/lIm genome project. A hormone whose pbysiological fimctioll

is the control ofaging may exist find be already available 011 the market.

PUBLICATIONS 11994-95

[242J with A. KitteP,J. Parisi', M. Klein', G. Baier' and]. Peinke', "Iteration

rule defines new class of connected and disconnected fractal objects.

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Dynamics Days 1994.

An iW'ated-fimction-system approacb to a class offat fractals is presented.

[243] "The world is interesting" [in German]. QMagazin 4/94, 59-60.

Tbe scapegoat mecbanism ofsociety is activated in tbe time of legislation that violates

hmllanrights. A connection to Bateson's double-bind theMy e:dsts.

'995

[244] "An inttoduction to chaos." Int.]. Intell. Systems 10, 1-13.

The Enstem and tbe TYestem spirit of chaos, ·botb in mythology find in rationality, is

reviewed and compared w/th modern developments -like tbe all-entangling long lim of

topology,

[245] with C. Knudsen', J. L. Hudson' and 1. Tsuda" "Nowhere-differen-

tiable attractors." Int. J. Intell. Systems 10, 15-23.

A classification ofa elms ofattradors is proposed on the basis oftheir differing degrees of

deficiency, Prototype equations are preset/ted.

[246] "Preface," In NonlfJcated online: 'Ien'itories, Incorporation and tbe Mot1'ix

(Zeitschrift Medienlnmst e.lc, ed.), p. 5. Vienna: Passagen Verlag.

The Now ofsubjective experience constitutes tbe one "inteiface"which is the most readlily

availablefor inspection.

[247] QuantumMecbanics, DiffilSion and Cbaotic Fmctals, ed. byM. S. EI Naschie,

O.E.R. and I. Prigogine. Oxford: Elsevier-Pergamon, x-221pp.

A paper symposium is presented.

[248] with H. H. Diebner', "Deterministic continuous molecular-dynamics-

simulation of a chemical oscillator." Z. Naturforscb. 50 a, 1139-1140.

A 1"eversible "artificial universe" can be understood completely, tbat is, both microscopi-

cally and macroscopically. Sucb a hyb1'id scenario was a dream of Boltzmonn's. Now, a

macroscopic '"e(fm'ent time-dependent dissipative struetln'e (a concentration-oscillation)

bas been produced from microscopic-revenible (Newtonian) first principles. The algo-

n'tlm: moreover has the asset ofbeing exactly time-invertible, asfar as itsmecbanical part

( ~ u i t h o u t tbe color-exchange rules) is concenzed.

[249] "The path of chaos." In The Many Patbs [Die vielen Vvege], 8th Cortona

Week, Sept. 9-16, 1995 (p. L. Luisi, org.), p. 46. ZUrich: ETH Institute

for Polymers Publications.

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Chaos theory exerts a ubrainwas!Jing e!fict" 011 its users in the seme that they are lured

iI/to tJ)'ing to tmderstlllid the cosmos dowll to its jinest dc{ails;for tbis is 'what thq have

grown accustomed to expectfrom their CJWll trallifinitely e;':act mathematim/ oljeets. Chaos

. thus is Cartesian rationalism as its purest. [A discussion with Adolf .Muschg is ac-

knowledged]

[250] with G. C. Hartmann', "Attractors with flares." P,-aetals 3, 285-296.

Generic Milnor-like attractors are shown to form a natural class of '(classifiers" oftime-

dependent symbolic-dynamics inputs -like those generated by a chaotic time series. They

may playa major role in the brain, in societ)" and even in wrbulencc. They firc also of

interest fOr telephone surveillance and the automatic classification of time series ("dy-

namical fingerprinting''). [Joint work with G, Baier]

[251] with G. C. Hartmann" "Flaring: a new type of dynamical behaviour."

In Fmctal Reviews in tbe Natuml andApplied Sciences (M. Novak, ed.), pp.

372-376. London: Chapman and Hall.

Flaring is reviewed and cOlljectured to be ubiquitous.

[252J ,vithA. Kittel',]. Parisi', M. Klein" G. Baier

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and]. Peinke', "Tori-in-

a-tOlus fractals,)) In Fractal Reviews i11 tbe Natural and Applied Sciences

(M. Novak, ed.), pp. 365-371. London: Chapman and Hall.

A number of a:dcrm-A "elated fractals in maps and iterated function systems are pre-

sented.

[253] ""vhy science? The anti-Lovecraft effect." In Janna-Fix-Paper-Sympo-

situ" (M. Fix, ed.). Frankfurt: Internet Publication, Institute for New

Media.

The novelist Lovecraft maintained that tbere odst truths tbat are so bonible tbat after

bavingfirst leamed about them, one forever wisbes oneselfback to tbe state before tbat

moment. The l'ant-Lovecmfi effect" is analogous bIlt points the otberway: Here oue pities

every hour ofone's life in which one did not yet know about the truth.

[254] "Rationality, instability, exteriority" [in German]. In Tbe Evil (Das Bose)

(F. Rotzer, ed.), pp. 103-112. Gottingen: Steidl-Verlag.

Emmanuel Levinas' theory ofexteriority is explained.

[255] with R. Rossler' and P. E. K1oeden', "Slower aging in women: a pro-

posed evolutionary e'"planation." BioSyste7l1s 36, 179-185.

The biologicalfact that women live 10percent longer tban men is eJ.-plained tbeoretiCfllly:

The nproduction ofaftmale paradoxically takes longer find is more costly thon that ofa

male, Quantitatively, the fact that the differmce is so small in human beings (hilt five

times larger in sperm whales) am be used as an '1J[lleoarcbeologiCflI sentinel": It enables

conclusions to be drawn about the early (pre-cultural) hzmum man'talfidelity.

PUBLICATIONS 11995-96

[256] ((Vertical and horizontal exteriority." In Intelface 3 - Delicate Construc-

tions, International SymposiumHamburg, Nov. 1-3, 1995 (5. Zielinski,

G. Lovink and C. i'Veiss, orgs.), Abstracts, p. 64. Hamburg: 11'linisuy of

Cultural Affairs/Anton Lettenbauer Publications.

Levinas' theory of exteriority is shown to come in two varieties, demiurgical (towards

lower-level universes) and imeractiol1al (towards otherpersons). Tbe two, Il1Jlllzil1gly, are

equivalent. An appliCfltiol1 to global ethics is proposed (Germlln-Israel-rellltiol1).

[257] "Jumping identities of particles." Symmetry: Gull1m & ScieJIce 7, 307-

319. German version in Evolutionary S)?J117tetry Theory: Selforganization

and Dynamical Systems [in German] (W: Hahn and P. i'Veibel, eds.), pp.

133-144. Stuttgart: Universitas S. Hirzel Verlag, 1996.

Particles on the ring e.w!uwge their idemities, both at coincidence and at uanti-coinci-

dena." The latter result is derived using (1 series ofgeometric pictures. It represents, if

correct, a highly paradoxical fact o!nature, both in mathematics ll11d in physics.

[258] The Flaming SW01'd: Or How Hermetic Is the Inteiface of Microconst171C-

tiviSJ1l [Das F/ammenschwert - Oder wie he'7netisch ist die Schnittstelle des

Mikrokonst1?lktivismns?]. Bern: Benteli Verlag, 146pp.

Can the fISh behind the curtain be cought? Elements from the history ofendophysics are

mingled with possible experiments (like exo gambling) and reflections on Einstein and

Gandhi. An appendix deals witb Lampsaeus.

[259] "Ultraperspective and endophysics." BioSystems 38,211-219.

The emergence ofthe exo-viewpoint of0person in individual ontogenesis, isjuxtaposed to

the emergence ofthe endo-viewpoint in trans-individual pbysics. Lampsacus incorporates

botb viewpoints.

[260] with K P. Zauner', i'Vebsite of Lampsacus, hometown of mankind on

the Internet [http://www.cs.wayne.edul-kjz/lampsacusl).

Tbe "human rigbt to information" is guarameed by tbe Second Post, as Lampsacus is also

called. All illfirmationalneedswill be 11letfree ofcharge, once La11lpsacus has been imple-

mented 011 the Net. The rtVeJllles from a fund of10 billion Dollarr will be sufficient to

l'get it going. "SunJivability of tbe planet's youthful majority can then be guaranteed in

in a 1I1011dela-like fasbion. Tbe sponsor country will automatically become the most Ve1l-

erated country ofthe future.

[261] ('Artificial persons." In Brain, Compute1; Evolution, International Work-

shop on the Frontier of Telecommunications Technology, Kobe, Dec.

9-10, 1996 (H. Sawai, H. Isahara, A. Ito, T. Ikegami, orgs.), pp. 1067

114. Kobe: 1Vlinisuy of Post and Telecommunications, Japan.

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]A.R.A.M. van Hoo!,s discovery' ofthe unique bi-fimdiollflll1flture ofthe btmuZ1/ smile

(as expressing both "friendliness" lmd "happiness'') lends itself naturally to fl tbeory of

interactional acquisition ofpersonhood. The theo1J can be tested soon 011 artificial brains

which firc believed to be non-conscious. Howeve1; it can be tested iodate, on COllSciOllS

flllimalr that nrc (1) social and (2) min'or-cQmpetent. Ele/ants, apes, CCtllCCflllS and evm

giant octopuses nre candidates. When Allan and Beatrice Gardner first taught language

to lVnshoe, they bid her in n f1'oiler and shut 1'eporters out - as precflutious measures to

protect her (e.'l.:pected) personhood. If personbood can be t111ificially elicited, the resulting

"white elefant"will inded deserve the highestprotection. Howevn; thesimple recipe ("show

affiction whenever you are h a p p l ~ has, so far not even been tested on buman children

bom blind, to treat theirfrequent flutis1l1.111terestingly, the acoustic smile offriendliness

is, unlike its optical counterpart, Ve1Y different from the acoustic lrmgbter of happims.

JFhen personhood can be understoodscientifically, so can the inalienable rights ofpersollJ.

It is bere tbat tbe present tbeol)' bas a vital role to play: to p1"Otect personsfrom tbe alleged

greater importance of tbe planetS blueness.

[262] Cbaos, Information and Diffusion in Quantum Pbysics, ed. by 111. S. El Na-

schie, O.E.R. and G. Ord. Special Issue of Cbaos, Solitons & Fractals 7,

No. 5,pp. 611-819.

Tbis is a paper symposium.

[263] with P. Strasser' and G. Baier\ "Hyperchaos and chemical turbulence

in enzymatic reaction-diffusion systems."J. Cbem. Pbys. 104,9974-9982.

A1any types ofchaos occur in spatially distributed realistic abstract reaction systems. Sahles

plotting technique is very belpful for the visualization.

[264J "The mystery of the interface" [in Japanese]. In Gendai-Sbiso 24 (11),

339-345.

A revitlv ofendophysics is given from a rVestern perspective (= rationalistic gnosis, world

change technology). .

[265] "Mlcrokonstruktivismus." In Lab 1995/96 (H. U. Reck, S. Zielinski, N.

Roller and W. Ernst, eds.), pp. 208-227. Cologne: Verlag der Buch-

handlung VI'alther Koenig.

This is a thorough ,-e-working of the almost synonymous paper in English of 1994 [see

2351, doue in colJabomtion 1vith N. RiJJlcr.

[266] ((Relative-state theory: four new aspects." Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 7,

845-852.

Everett's many-worlds theory is shown to be more powerful than previously anticipaud.

It is an inteiface theory and as such does with a single (exo) universe. Also, it holds the

promise ofa mdically new teclmology.

PUBLICATIONS / 1996

[267] with H. H. Diebner' and T. Kirner', "Time reversibility and the logical

structure of the universe." Z. Nat1nforscb. 51 3

1

960-962.

The question of whetber or not there exists macbinery outside tbe inf0r7nation that is

accessible to tiS as ime17lalusers of tbe 1l11iverS£1 is sbown to be empirically decidable in

principle.

[268] "Rite of passage: only by stepping out ofphysics is it possible to enter it"

[in German], In R'ansition Ait and Eleveted Romp [Ubergaugsbogen und

UberhbJmngsrampe] (B. Ecker and B. Sefkow, eds.), pp. 130-133. Ham-

burg: Material-Verlag.

The sbolterr way is not always tbe fastest.

[269] with iV Tschacher!, "The self: a processual gestalt" Chaos, Solitons I:;

Fmctals 7, 10ll-1022.

A Bateson-inspiredfunctional theory of tbe ''self' is presented.

[270] R. Rossler! and 1'. E. Kloeden', "Life extension through interfering

with the biological clock" [in German]. In Technology on Its Way to the

Soul: Researcbes Pe1forfl1ed at tbe Interface betweeen Brain and Computer,

Academy of the 3rd Millennium Conference, Munich, Febr. 17, 1995

[Die Teclmik aufdem UTeg zur Seele: Forsclnmgen an del' Sclmittstelle Gehinll

Computer] (c. Maar, E. Poeppel and T. Christaller, eds.), Pl'.. 309-319.

Reinbek: Rowohlt.

The "melatonin substiNJtion thernPY"for aging mice and 1lten is put in relief, against the

backdrop ofproject LampSfleus.

[271J mth R. Rossler', P. E. Kloeden' and A. Hoff', "Pitfalls and questions

concerning the melatonin-anciaging pill." In Second Locarno IYIeeting on

Neuroendocrinology (G. J. M. Maestroni, A. Conti and R. J. Reiter, orgs.),

May 5-8, Locarno 1996, Abstracts, p. 51. Pathological Institute ofLo-

carno Publications.

The open questions conce17ling the melatonin anti-aging therapy moe summarized. A

me/atollin e!ftct on teumlere length is predicted.

[272] "Do 'super suns' and 'super planets' exist? An endocosmological hy-

pothesis." In 167th W E.-Heraeus-Seminar on Nonlinear Physics of Com-

plexSystems, Bad Honnef, Nov. 4-6, 1996 (J. Parisi, org.), Abstracts, p. 31.

Hanau: W E. Haereus-Stiftung Publications.

A genuine steady-state hypotbesis of the universe, e).'PfOlsion, is observationally

testable.

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[273] with]. Parisi

2

, "Some remarks on the experimental realization ofa mind

machine." HioSystems 42,207-208.

A1icro-ps),chophysics am be put to nfirst use.

[274] "The Sun of the Good" [Die Sonne des Guten]. In Tech1loftction: Con-

cenlingthe c,'itique ofthe Technological Utopias, 7th International Bauhaus

Colloquium, \Veimar, June 1996 (G. Zimmermann and H. Schimmel,

eds.). Thesis 1, 22-27.

The "castle ofpersonhood" (non-autism) can todote be erectedjor the first time on a hard

scientificfoundation. The smile ofthefuture can be perceived and responded to. With two

photographed, heart-moving smiles. [VVith Klaus-Jiirgen Bauer]

[275] with A. Kittel' ,J. Parisi',J. Peinke', G. Baier' and M. Klein', "Unifying

iteration rule for fractal objects."J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 30, 18887-1896.

New 1"eSlllts on 1l0where-diffferentinble boundaries.

[276] "Chaos: aCopernican turnabout?" [in German]. In Kol11plexitiiilllld Selhst-

organisation (H. Krapp and T. \Vagenbauer, eds.), pp. 77-97. Munich:

\V"IIhelm Fink Verlag.

A review of chaos theory for a general audience is attempted, with atl emphasis on the

ammction to Bohr's theolY ofcomplementan"ty.

[277J "I am but I do not have myself" (in German]. InPmpektiven der Philosophie

Ernst Blochs O. R. Bloch, ed.), pp. 238-251. FrankfurtlM: Suhrkamp.

I do not have "tyse/fbru I have the other: This is the connection between imeiface theory

and ethics. The Blue Card is introduced. [Joint work with A. Sentker and H. Knlpp]

[278] "Vertical and horizontal exteriority: the Blue Card in Lampsacus" (in

German]. In lllterface 3 (K. P. Dencker, ed.), pp. 303-313. Hamburg:

Verlag Hans-Bredow-Institut.

The Blue Card generalizes the Red Cross to the non-military realm and generalizes the

right-of1vay ofambulances to the non-medical realm. The proposal ofa Ge1711an offir of

re-Ullificntion to Israel is made ill the same spirit. [Paper dedicated to Emmanuel

Levinas]

[279] "The origin of free will in coupled autonOmous optimizers with co-

gnition," In First Joint Conference on Complex Systems in Psychology:

Dynamics, Synergetics, Autonomous Agents, Gstaad, March 2-5, 1997 O. P.

Dauwalder and W: Tschacher, orgs.), p. 3. Lausanne: Department of

Psychology. .

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The scenario of a deterministic reversible artificial universe, comnilling two embedded

macroscopic artificial bmim ofaspecific type C'Illlt01l0mOus directio1l optimizers combimd

with a universal VR'; is cOllsidered. The macroscopic imemctional bifurcation toward

mutual benevolence enables mutual voluntary slavedo1Jt. (Recall that "ciao, nthe Italian

expression for ugood bye," means "I am your slnve.'; The acquisition ofthis macroscopic

dynamical state in a deterministic universe is pamdoxical since it represents ashedding of

detenJIinis11l 011 the macro level while dete17JIinism is retained on the min"o level. Is this

possible? Goint work with T: Ikegami].

[280] with H. H. Diebner' and A. Kittel', "Micro time reversal: is reality ob-

server-state relative?" Infii17l1ntik-Forllm (Vienna) 11 (1),4-6.

Thefocm is on the many-oscillators structure ofa dassical, "smooth" Sinai gas that arises

ifthe gas partides are indistinguishable. An associated vacillation ofexternal (flusality is

predicted.

[281J with H. H. Diebner' and W Pabst', "Micro relativity." Z. NntUlforsch.

52 a, 593-599.

The conditions under which apopulation ofmany oscillators ofthe same mean frequency

generates ajoint time reversal m'e discussed'in a semi-quantitative fasbi011.

[282] with i;lf. Nadler' and H. H. Diebner', "Space-discretized Verlet-algo-

rithm from a variational principle." Z. Nntuiforsch. 52 a, 585-587.

A discrete version of Leibniz's principle of least action leads naturally to an improved

"exactly invutible symplectic integration algorithm. nThe latter at the same time con-

taim a built-ill1wmedcnl"physicnlity criterion" that can he continually monitored dur-

ing the simulation.

[283] with T Kirner', "Frequency clustering in a chain of weakly coupled

oscillators." Z. Nntuiforsch. 52 a, 578-580.

Diamom discovered a chaotic "waxing and wanillg" in a chain of coupled limit cycle

oscillators with fln intrinsic smooth frequency gradient. This onalogtlC computer result of

the 1960's is l"eproduced in digitol computer simulations involving 100 oscillators. A10re-

over, ''frequency plateaus" are obt11illed in a model ofexcitation-conduction in the heart's

atrium which, too, is subject to 0 frequency gradient. It is the strip ofcardiac tissue that

leadsfrom the Sine node to the Aschoff-Tawara llode.

[284] "Cession: twin of action" [La cesi6n: hermana gemela de la acci6nj in

Spanish]. InArle en In era electrollien (c. Giannetti, ed.), p. 124. Barce-

lona: Associacion de Cultura Comempodnia I1Angelot and Goethe-

Institut Barcelona.

The product of an acti011 and a velocity (h times c) yields a new fundamental physical

quantity, energy times distance (termed "cession'') that is quantized in nature.

[285J with P. iVeibel', "On exo and endo symmetry" [in German]. InP. iyeibel,

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Beyond Art [JellSeits von Kunst, in German], p. 225. 'TJenna: Passagen-

Verlag.

A dfUSica/ mdo explaJlation ofthe origin oispin find spin-pairing in l1atm'e is proposed.

[286] "Anaxagoras' unmixing of chaos through the spirit of ethics" [in Ger-

man]. In Lab 1996/97 (H. U. Reck, S. Zielinski, N. Roller and ViZ Ernst,

eds.), pp. 277-292. Cologne: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Koenig.

The fUming-over oftaffy (in chaotic mixing) and the turning-over ofbemts (ill1nutunl

fmderstfl11ding) is compared find sbown to be related.

[287] with K. Matsuno', "Endophysics and Satori" [in Japanese]. Conte11lpo-

rmy Philosophy, Seido-sha Japan, pp. 201-231, 1997.

The tranquility afthe exv penpective in science is compared witb the Easte17l and gnostic

ataraxia (tmdisturbability) afthe mind. Uointlywith K. Ito]

(288] with G. C. Hartmann

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, HA self-similar flare attractor.

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In 4

th

Experimen-

tal Chaos Conference, Boca Raton, August 6-8, 1997 (M. Ding, ViZ L.

Ditto, L. M. Pecora,M. E. Spano and S. Vohra, orgs.). Abstracts, p. 97-

98. Arlington: ONR Publications.

Flare attnlCtors poucss one or the other oftwo new prototype Kntsuura functions in a cross

section: either the '?ion's paw" or the "firy flames."

[289] with P. 'Weibel', "Endophysics - newperspectives in physics: is physics a

special case of media theory?" [Endophysik - Neue Perspektiven der

Physik]. In Documenta X -100 Days-lOa Guests, Kassel (c. David, ed.),

Day of August 19, 1997 [the full-length video is found on the website

The integration of physics into media theory as a subdiscipline is advocated, in a joint

lectllre-pel!ormal1ce.

[290] Outer World - I11"er Wo1'ld - Upper UTorld [AlISsemvelt - bmenwelt - Uber-

welt], by O.E.R. and P. Vleibel. Aktuelles Denken, Luzerner Vorlesungen

und Gesprache (R. Stettler, ed.). Basel-Frankfurt: Stroemfeld (Roter

Stern),36pp.

Apublicly performed dialogue is presemed: on the new e:I.·O perspective in physics, with an

emphasis on Bell non/orality and the many-inteifaces theory ofEverett.

[291] Interventions - Ve1tical andHorizolltallhspassing [Interventionen - Vertikale

und borizontale G","ziiberschreitung], by O.E.R. and R. Stettler. Aktuelles

Denken, Luzerner Vorlesungen und Gesprache. Basel-Frankfurt: Stroem-

feld (Roter Stern); 36pp.

AplibUc/y performed dialogue is presented: on the "vertica/jump" (to the point Omega of

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cosmic evolution} through the adoption ofultraperspective, and 011 the "horizontaljump"

(to the microscopic henrt of matte1) through the adoption of the C.YO perspwive, respec-

tively.

[292] "Lampsacus: hometown of mankind in the Internet." In 9th Interna-

tional Conference on Systems Researcb, inftrmations and Cybernetics, Baden-

Baden, August, 18-23, 1997 (G. E. Lasker, org.), p. 23. "Windsor: Inter-

national Institute for Advanced Studies.

An outline ofparts ofthe book project with TV.lV-iese on Lampsllcus is presented.

[293] "The world as an objective illusion" [in German]. In Phantome - !denta

97 Conference, Gasteig, Nov. 1-2, 1997 (U. MUller.]. Schultz and H.

Dedert, orgs,), Abstracts, p. 2. Munich: Gasteig BGmbh Publications.

UTVhile chrmging, it is constant." Heraclitus' invisible change is taken up in the context of

Everett's theory. A means offalsification (tbe "40_THz helmet'') is suggested.

[294] with G. C. Hartmann', "A society of flare attractors." In Diffilsion and

Structure Formation, 181th WE-Heraeus Seminar, Nov. 10-12, 1997 (S.

C. Muller, ed.). Abstracts, p. 22. Hanau: \¥E-Heraeus-Stiftung Publi-

cations.

Coupled flare Ilttrnct013 mimic rJ11 ece!llomy offirms, The individunlmembers, 1uhm

diffusion-coupled (through ntax system orbanks), are surprisingly l"esiliellt asfar as their

qualitative behavior is concerned.

[295] "How does the human soul look like?" (Drawing). 'ntanic 19 (217), 9,

A tear trap witb three dots like aface was drawn spomaneously on asmall sheet ofpaper,

as all h0111mage to Oliver Schmitt.

[296] with M,S, EI Naschie', "The decisive message of Bell's superluminal

experiment: objective physics is a personalized mirage. 1I In Tbe TlJit-d

International Conference on Engineering, A1atbematics and Physics, Cairo,

23-25 Dec, 1997 (F. M, Tayel and M, lI1essiery, eds.), p, x",:viii, Cairo:

Cairo University Faculty of Engineering Publications,

A review oftbe 1-elativistic Bell experiment, including its almost certain outcome and its

most important implicatiotlS, is presented.

[297] with R Rossler' and P. \"1eibel', "Is physics an observer-private phe-

nomenon like consciousness?"J. Consciousness Studies S, 443-453.

Is the observer-diameter encoded in tbe fundamental constants cand b? An intetfaee-

tbeoretic explanation of the speed ofligbt is offered in analogy to tbe previously proposed

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imeiface-tbeoretic explanation ofPlflncks constant. A sentinelfor the location oftbe seat

of COllSciOIlS71CSS (m01-e precisely: the illwface) would be implicit. "Scrap-paper experi-

ments, ""Kojkaesque physics" and "PoP tests" (for "Priv(lcy-o[-Physics'J belong together

in the spirit ojDeleuze.

[298] Endopbysics: The HfJrldas an Inte1face (textselection by P. Weibel). Singa-

pore: ''lorld Scientific, x'Vi-204pp.

This is a considerably enlarged find updated English version of the 1992 German-lan-

guage book with II simUar title [enlarged english version of 197 with the original

papers].

[299J "Can a program force the programmer to reply?" In Art @ Science (c.

Sommerer and L. Mignonneau, eds.), pp. 193-196. New York-Vienna:

Springer

The answer, surprisingly, is yes. As the TVester71 mystic Rene Descartes first raw.

[Hommage to A Muschg]

[300] with]. L. Hudson', R. Rossler' and]. Parisi" "BSEviewed dynamically:

a possible early cure based on passive immunization against PrPSc." In

A Perspective Look at NOlllinear Media: From Physics to Biolof!J' and Social

Sciellces cr. Parisi, S. C. Miiller and W Zimmermann, eds.). Springer-

Verlag, Lecture Notes in Pbysics 503, 192-196.

A reaetion-kinetic-osdllntor model of the so far deadly mad-cow disease idndicdud. A

straightforward therapeutic implication is derivedfi"Om it.

[301] with H. Kuypers' and]. Parisi', slowing down of clocks

implies proportional size increase." In A Perspective Look at Nonlinear

Media: Frlll1t Pbysics to 13iolnf!J' and Social Sciences cr. Parisi, S. C. Miiller

and Zimmermann, eds.). Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Pbysics

503,370-372.

A new tedmical imtrument - the "rV-Ai" diagram - is introducedfor light beams that

are exchanged between diffirem gravitational potentials. The following apparently new

condusion follows: Near a black hole, all pb)'siCll/ bodies increase in (at least veHical) size

by the Sflme factor by which docks are s/cfwed down at the same location.

[302] with R. Rossler' and C. Giannetti', "An actually implementable utopia"

[Una utopia realmente factible, in Spanish]. Inarstelematica (C. Giannetti,

ed.), pp. 17-21. Barcelona: Associaci6n de Cultura Contemporania

UAngelot and Goethe-Institut, Barcelona. Also (in Portuguese) in An

Telematica - Telecommunicao, Internet e Ciberspnco (C. Gianetti , ed.), pp.

29-39. Lisbon: Mediacoes.

Tbe hometown ofmP11kind on the Inte171et, LnmpSflcus, is shown to be fl non-utopic dream

in the spirit ofart.

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[303] with K. Matsuno', "The relativist stance." HioSystems 46,213-216.

Relativist and absolutist thinking arejm.:taposed and tbe fonJler is sbaw11 to be superior in

011 absolute sense, so to speak. A new potential impliCfltion oftbe micro-t'elativistic stance,

"deep teclmology, II is predicted.

[304] ,vith H. Kuypers', H. H. Diebner

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and M. S. EI Naschie', "A1most-

black-holes: an old-new paradigm." Cbaos, Solitons &' P,'actals 9, 1025-

1034.

Near ablack bole, no matter bow dilute (giant) it may be, ligbt is t'edsbifted in a lawfully

rndius-dependem mal11m: Thisfact is used as tbe startingpointfir anew conjecture: tbat

a distance-dependent redsbift applies to ligbt tbat is exc!Janged betwew equipotential

points in a Sclnvarzschild 1Jtet1-ic. Asimple topological argument is adduced in support. A

candidate for afirst-principles explanation of the Hubble redsbift law would tben exist.

Secondly, a quasar1}Jodel based on the notioll ofagiant (galactic-mass) almost-blnck-bole

that was int1'oduced by Zeldovich in the 1960's is revived. Thirdly, the singularity inside

a black hole is shawn to be only in time. FOUlthly, aplunge into a black hole is shawn to

amount to a new type ofdeath wbich leaves no cOlpse (neither inside nor outside).

[305J ,vith G. C. Hartmann', "Coupled flare attractors: a discrete prototype

for economic modelling." Discrete Dynamics in Nature &' Society 2, 153-

159.

A micro-ecomm:ic model based on flare attmctors is offered, with simulations. Fn'edrich

Jahn's bestselling book "TVielJe1Wald - From waiter to Millionaire and Back" [in Ger-

man] is mentioned as a Jiving iIIustrati<m ofaflare attractor.

[306] ,vith H. H. Diebner', "A deterministic entropy based on the instanta-

neous phase space volume." Z. Natwiorscb. 53 a, 51-60.

The "instantaneous phase space volume" is surprisingly detenJJined by the l1JOmentary

pbase space point. It can be calculated easily in a Molecular Dynamics Simulation. The

proposedformula has a beautiful, correlation-dimension-like, strllcture. It was obmined

as a natural generalization ofBolrzmmw'sfamous H-fimction.

[307J with W. Kriese', M1lt Z1l La11lpsaC1ls: Die 1111lltik1lltul'elle Mindel'beiten-

gesellscbaft - Das Internet als Chance. Rottenburg: Mauer-Verlag, 70pp.

Some oftbe assets and tbe liabilities that will be incurred, once the "Hometown ofMan-

kind» bas been implemented on the Illtemet, are a1lticipated. In particular, a Jist of el20

coulzterargumellts" is givm. They are carefully refitted [see 368 for the English ver-

sion].

[308] "On the physics of the internal observer: outline ofan 'objective subjec-

tivity»)' [in German]. In Powel; Insanity, Meaning [Macht Walm Sinn

(Iitterally: "Does Insanity Make Sense?")], F01lcault 'INbunal Z1l1' Lage

del' Psycbiatrie (R. Talbot and D. Kamper, orgs.). Berlin: Department of

Sociology of the Free University.

O.E. ROSSLER

PI'eud was one of tbe most compassionate persons of histo!). Subjective objectivity was

discovered by him. Elldophysics is related ill ib'powcr to 111l1111/ltsk." Nevcrthefw it is 1I0t

a microscopic variant to psycboallalysis. It both goes fartber and less fay. Fartha; because

all otherpersons p1"Ovably partake in tbe same physical wodd. Lessfat; because tbe empa-

thy of psycboanalysis has a humanistic touch not so far matched by endopbjysics. The

difference is analogous to tbat between Knntian pbilosophy and science: The physical ana-

logue is always the more naive olle.

[309] with R. Stettler', "Ultraperspective, endoperspective and physics." In

Consciousness Reframed, II: Art and Consciousness in tbe Post-Biological ETIl,

2nd International CaiiAResearch Conference, Newport, Aug. 1998 (R.

Ascott, ed.). Abstracts, p. 48. Newport: University of \\Tales College

Publications.

A dialogue 011 Chuang-Tzu's claim that the medium (water) is unrecognizable from

within is preset/ted. Tbe problem ofNow-control is a 1110dem illustration.

[310] "The World as accident." In Tbe Art of tbe Accident - DEAF98 S)7"PO-

sium, Amsterdam, Nov. 20-21, 1998 (A. Broeckmann andJ. Brouwer,

eds.), pp. 372-382. Rotterdam: NAI PubiishersN2 Organisatie.

Everything is accident - deliberate accident at that. For the assignment is not ours to

wake (as the example of the Now shows). However., the "TVprogram" of living con-

sciollsness is not everything: There is also the "TVset. " It is infinitely 1110re important

since it is invariant (across programs and universes). Compared to the program, it is

invariant. In fact, since there never can be no program, it is indestntctible. The etnpty

min'or. Hence bmevolence carries no risk. [1. Tsuda kindly helped]

[311] "Butterflyof fi'eedom" [in German]. Reutlinger Generalanzeiger 111, Sept.

5, p. 26.

The perbaps simplest 'Jerk equation"for a cbootie attroctor is indicated [j + v + 0/5 + x

(0.586 - x) = 0 ]. Hereby x is position, v velocity, a acceleration and j tbe change of

oeee/aration. As fl11 initial condition, 0.01 token three times is okay. [Taint work with].

L. Hudson on an equation from 43]

[312] with]. w: Jonas', The Laugbing Camel [Das lacbende K n m e ~ . Tubingen:

Schwiibische Verlagsgesellschaft Anton Brenner, 32pp.

A sbort collection ofsligbtly pbilosophical aphorisms is presented, tongue-in-cheek.

[313] Goetbe Viewed from tbe Back - As an A1Tificiai Flower find Human Being.

Contributions byJ. Eichenbrenner, H. Fuchs, G. der Buddha, K Hardter,

L. Heinle,]. W. Jonas, B. Kasparak, C. Kieser,]. Korner, O.E.R., S.

Sable, S. Schneider, K Schreiber, M. Spaich, U. Steiger and U. Stolte

[= Srnmmtisch "Unser Huhn"; Goethe von hinten - Als Kunstblu11le und

Menscb]. Tubingen: Klopfer, Meyer und Co, 141pp.

Some reflections by Goetbe on Lampsacus were unearthed, along with some other little

tbings.

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[314] with A P. Schmidt', "The anti-Gutenberg effect: can our knowledge

contribute to a big-brother controllability of society?" [in German].

Zukiinfte 7 (Fall), 65-68.

It is proposed tbat Lmnpsaeus must contain n librmy ofall previous versions, in perma-

nently ,·etrievable, multiply storedfon11. F01· otherwise, tbe historical progress of books-

publishing, invemed thousands ofyears ago, and being analogous only to tbe two previolls

inventions o/life and language in its evolution-enabling "brick-like 11 nature, will be un-

done by the invemion ofthe Intemet. W'ith the consequence ofa new dark age following.

[315] "Reversibility-based irreversibility and evolution." In International H70rk-

shop on Disordered Dynamical Systems, Dresden, March 2-6,1998 (G. Ra-

dons, org.). Dresden: Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems.

The idea oftbe usboe-shaped" baker's map is proposed as a disc1'ete model ofthe far;"from-

equilibrium reversible systems of nature. It behaves mucb like the "D-fimetion" - the

1lew H-fimction-allalogous obseruable ofa many-panicles Sinai-type gas.

[316J "Is turbulence a multi-flare attractor?" In International H70rkshop Physics

of Turbulence, Dresden, August 3-7, 1998 (R. Friedrich and]. Peinke,

orgs.). Dresden: Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems.

Turbulence is viewedas anaturalselection fl1J1ongjlaring "W017J1S" in tbefluid -steamlims

with temporaneomly positive Lyapunov charncten'stic exponents. Joillt work with J. L.

Hudson, J. Peinke and G.c. Hartma7ln.

[317J "Hometown of mankind in the Internet for the Third Millenium." In

The Culture ofPeace, 1Oth International Conference on Systems Research,

Wormation and Cyhernetics, Baden-Baden, Aug. 17-21, 1998 (G. E.

Lasker, org.), p. 2. Wmdsor and Paris: The International Institute for

Advanced Studies in Systems Reasearch and Cybernetics and UNESCO.

Ascientific tbeory o!'Jllman ,"ights is pOSSible and has an intrinsic, moving appeal.

[318] with G. C. Hartmann', H. H. Diebner

l

and G. Radons" "Flares as H-

function peaks in a multi-bakers map. H In First 11lte17lational Confirence

011 Disc1'ete Chaotic Dynamics in Nature and Society, Beer-Sheva, Oct. 19-

22,1998 (V: Gontar and M. Sonis, orgs.), Abstracts, p. 33. Beer-Sheva:

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev International Group for Chaotic

Studies Publications.

Astaircase-like baker's map is indicated. Loml height decreasesexpo1lemiaJIy jrQ1Jtsubmap

to submnp. While phase-space density is ev(7)'wbere tbe same in tbis invertible 2D map,

tbe "thin tllil" 1's visited only very rarely - i'11 both directions of time. If the map is placed

vertically (so that the tail points up), the vertical variable exhibits typical "jlaring behav-

ior." Asimulation with 1110re than 260,OOO-digit-accuracy is presented. The map is with

its local height amodel oflocal pbase space volume, as it is measured by the "D-fimetion"

o/statistical mecbanics {see 359].

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[319] "Lensing-induced redshift: a new nonlinear gravitational effect." In 204lb

H( E. Heraeus-Seminar on 'Elementary ft.1ecbanisms ofComple.t· Structures'

cw: Zimmermann, org.), Bad Honnef, Nov. 2-4,1998. Abstracts, p. 41.

Hanau: VI. E. Heraeus-Stiftung 1998.

The e.·..:istence of "light-chaos" mar a black hole is conjectured all the basis ofJacques

Hadamard's lOO-year-Qld discovery ofexpone11tial divergence ofmigbboringgeodesics 011

surfaces of negative curvature. Combination wit/} tbe Hnnbury- 'FwissIB,"owll effect of

quantum mechanics mayor may not generate a distonce-depende1lt redsbift.

[320] "Heavy data, light data, world bomb: or how dangerous is the inter-

face?" [in German]. In 1st Conference on Heavy Data Research, Frankfurt,

Nov. 15, 1998 (G. Gramelsberger, M. Klein and M. Fix, orgs.). Frank-

furt: Institute for New Media.

Everett 11/ost likely discovered it while working at tbe Pentagon. The "world bomb" can

only be used to good avai!-1Jlucb /ike an icecreom bomb. It has tbe shape ofa diving bell

find is effective only for the person inside. Nevenheless tbe whole universe is found to be

affected, By manipulating the micro il1te1face, the world can be trfl11sftrmed into paradise

in principle.

[321J with A. P. Schmidt!, "Cyberpeace: manifesto for a home in cyberspace"

[in German). Telepolis, 6 April Ihttp://www.heise.de/tp/deutschlinhaltl

te/1438/LhtrnlJ.

Remarks on tbe ''secondpost" (Lnmpsacus) and its anti-surveillance policy to secure peace

in tbe future.

[322] with A P. Schmidt', "The workingplace-creating explosion: the altru-

ism of Lampsacus viewed as a benchmarking for a perpetual motion

machine ofwork" [in GermanJ. Telepolis, 20 February [http://www.heise.

de/tpldeutschlinhaltlco/22701l.htrnIJ.

The second port (Lampsacus) and the global job market are considered together as ajoint

autocatalytic plJe110mC1lon.

[323J with A. P. Schmidt', "The world view of endophysics: for the physics of

the computer age, the interface becomes the world

lJ

[in German]. Telepolis,

24 July [http://www.heise.de/tp/deutschiinhaltico/241O/LhtrnlJ; "The

world view of endophysics: the interface is the world" [in German].

WecbselWirkulIge1l20 (no. 93), 34-38, OctoberlNovember.

Endophyics is explained to a general audience.

[324] with A P. Schmidt', "The new enabling act: Europal or the incapacita-

tion of the citizens" [in German]. Telepolis, 21 December [http://wmv.

heise.deltpldeutschlinhal tIglossel571/ l.htrnll].

Impending legislation in Europe, and currently effective legislation in Germany (mUi-

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taty-obedience-lawin zmiversitiesj eavesdropping-on-homes law), re-establish an Orwellian

primaC)' ofanon-benevolellt state ovcr humoJJ digl1ity. It relives tbe past and 17l1lS coullter

a scientific theory ofhuman rights.

[325] "Chaos Attractors" [Chaos-Attraktoren]. An exhibition (Anton Brenner,

org.). Nonnenhaus, Tiibingen, 9 Sepr. - 11 Nov.

An exhibition with large-scale computer-generatedpictures and satiric talks by members

of the literary circle IISta1l1mtiscb (Unser Hulm'."

1999

[326] "Interfaciology.H In Hermeneutics and Science, Proceedings of tbe Interna-

tional ConfemlCe, Veszprem, Sept. 6-9, 1993 (0. Kiss and L. Ropolyi,

eds.), pp. 95-102. Dordrecht: K1uwer.

The ntw discipline oF

I

Il1Wfaciology" is introduced. It is illust1'flted by a detailed descrip-

tion of the two demons discovered by Maxwell, tbe (me whicb gurn'ds the second law of

tbermodynamics microscopically,. and the less well-known second one wbich prevents the

tnte (exo) bebavior of(my micro object from being obsenJable from within the universe.

Marwe1l1lSed tbe term "impalpability" for tbis second impossibility.

[327] "Measuring the future." In Measurement and Selfsimilarity, Zeinisjoch

Conference, Febr. 17-24, 1990 (Po J. Plath, ed.). In pms.

Ifit is true that the observer-external worldsuffers objedive time reversals in very rapid

succession (femtosecond intervals), a new empirical prediction can be made: An outgoing

cOlltrolling signal (oding on a quantum object in the nearfuture) and an incoming mea-

stm"ng signal (from the same object) should illteifere with each other.

[328J "Subjective objectivity." Found. Sci. In press.

The scandal ofn microscopically determined relativity is pinpointed. [Joint work with

Chico Doria and Bob Rosen}

[329] "The fish behind the curtain" [in German]. In Zettel's Kasten O. Zimmer

and H. "Wilham, eds.). In press.

Fisblllg in the dark may be legitimate.

[330] "Chaos and Lampsacus" [in German]. In The Urbanization o[Europe [in

German] (E. Seissle, D. Steiner and C. Obereder, eds.), Vienna. Iu press.

The hometown-ofma1lkind project confirms architecture as a humanistic discipline.

[331] HSecond causation: assignment conditions." In Causality} Self-Organiza-

tion and Computability, ZIF Conference Bielefeld 1996 (A. MUller and K.

Mainzer, eds.). In pms; also in Endophysics [see 298], 161-170.

The world of causal effects is determined, not only by the "laws" and the "initial condi-

tions" discovered by Newto1l, but also by "assignment conditions." They represent amajor

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third activity of nature. This activity is independent of the workings of the universe as

such but is IIcveJtheless milch more pOWC1f/fllllld incisive. It is the l'u1orld-dctcrmilling

activity" as opposed to the mere "universe-detenJ1ining activities" a/the past. The all-

important question which poses itselfis: Can the third activity be tampered with oswell?

Note that the second activity (determining tbe initinl conditiom) can - as far as We can

tell- indeed be influenced by ''participatory'' macroscopic inhabitants ofthe universe.

[332] with P. "M2cro and micro relativity." International Microcos-

mos/Macrocosmos Conference, Nlchen, Sept. 2-3, 1998 (P. C. Bosetti,

ed.), Leipzig: Teubner. In prers.

Two new physical e>,:periments are proposed: the original Ho!Jis-jJotor-expenment, but

extended to be pelfor-med at adistance, and flll attempted symplectic (me'"g)'-conservjng)

coupling between flll fl11ijicial reversible lower-level universe on the one hand and our

own universe on the other. Both reflect the media-theoretic ('principle of the double ac-

cess. "

[333] "Chaos: bridge between the two cultures." In Chaos/Control/Complexity,

ZIF Conference Bielefeld 1998 (D. Buchwald and H. Beressem, eds.).

In press.

Chaos as a dynamic phenomenon is i1mmme to the distinction betwet1lmind and mattu:

Hence it represents a bridge between the humanities and the sciences in the spirit of C. P.

Snow. It is aVet) old discipline. EVe1I feminist sciencejoins in since cbaos isfemale accord-

ing to 1Jumy myths [see 356],

[334] ,vith A. P. Schmidt' and P. "The interface concept in the his-

tory of physics." In Beyond Art (p. 'Neibel and H. Stoltzner, eds.). In

press.

A unijiedaccount ofthe conceptual breakthroughs achieved by the three ((meditative pbysi-

cists" (Archimedes, Boscovicb, Everett) is attempted. A new proposal is also made to cir-

cumvent tbe ((cQ1l11teifactuality" ofworld-cbange (and time-change) experiments: A mes-

sage can, perhaps, be encoded i11to one of the fundamental constants ofpbysics (to modify

an analogous matbematical idea of Carl Sagan). The retrieval ofsucb a message would

not be subject to a micro censorship, according to the classical endophysical e.·,,;tensi011 of

Everett's theory.

[335] ,vith A. P. Schmidt', "Knowledge contra poverty: on the evolution of

world-wealth" [in German]. Telepolis, xxx.

A momentarily open time window to saftguard the future oftbe planet'syouthful major-

ity if described. M. Gandhi, M. HolUS and M. Hometown (1'vI for medium) are brougbt

togetber.

[336] with S. Fischer', A. l'Veiler' and D. Frohlich" "Kleiner-Attractor in a

piecewise-linear C' system." Z, Natmforsch. 54 a, 268-269.

A piecewise-linear 3-variable system with a single, letter-Vshaped, 1lOnlinean'ty produc-

ing inverted-spiral cbaos is described.

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[337] "Remarks on heavy-data research" [in German]. In Virtual Space ExpIM'-

en [Experimente im DatenraumJ (Gabriele Grammelsberger and 1vlichael

Klein, eds.), pp. 55-57. Frankfurt/Main: INM.

How beavy is vir-wall Compare [320].

[338J with A. P. Schmidt!, "Knowledge against poverty: on the evolution of

the global wealth" [in German]. Telepolis, 7 February.

Sbort outline.

[339] "The indestructibility of consciousness" [in German]. In beureka.' Das

FVissensmagazin i1l1 Falter (Klaus Taschwer and Oliver Hochadel, ed.) 3,

9. Falter (Stadtzeitllng Wien), no. 25.

Claim tbat consciousness is 110t an implication ofpbysics. Tbis would make it potentially

indestructible.

[340J "Energy-nonconservation in physics?" Cbaos, Solitons &Fractals 10, 159-

162.

An 1mfillisbed potential explanation ofcosmological redsbift in terms oftbe equivalence

principle.

[341] "Medium mind: if the mind is a medium, the world contains a counter-

medium as a rut." InE1I1"opean Media Art Festival Osnabriick 1999, Con-

gress 'Media Minds' (Hermann N6ring, Alfred Rotert and RalfSausmikat,

eds.), pp. 266-268. Osnabrock: European Media Art Festaval (Stein-

bacher Druck).

C011ScioUS1less tbeory and endo science, juxtaposed.

[342J with P. \"leibel' and C. Pichier), "Interface technology: the next stage of

development" [in German). Del' Stand01"d (Vienna), 13 March.

Does endophysics lead to a ''1vhole-wor/d-cbange tecbnology"?

[343] with E. Ellwart' and M. Hantke" "Time is a projection" (Part 1) [in

German]. In Tagblatt Bistro, 12 June ('The Year 2000: Turn of an era?

Philosophy') [www.cityinfonetz.de/tagblattlbiso·012000/philosophie/

philo12.honIJ.

[344] with E. Ellwart' and M. Hantke" "The eternal life" (part 2) [in Ger-

manJ. In Tagblatt Bist>·o, 14 June ('The Year 2000: Turn of an era? Phi-

losophy') [www.cityinfonetz.de/tagblattlbistro/2000/philosophie/philo-

14.honl].

A two-part interview 011 time-control.

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[345J "Endophysics: physics from In A,'s Electronica: Facing tbe Fu-

ture: A Survey ofTwo DeCildes (Timothy Druckrey, ed.), pp. 244-248. Cam-

bridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

A condensed versiOll1vitb a new band-drawn pictm'e ofcontributions to the ars-e/ectronim

conftrence on endopbysies 1992.

[346] "Chaos and indistinguishability." In 1memational Worksbop 011 Nonlinear

Dynamics alld Complex Systems, ·Minsk, Sept 7-10, 1999 (\c A. Gaisionok

and V A. Samuilov, orgs.). Abstracts booklet.

Update on the mathematical problem of IIqunsiperiodization of chaos" - in two space

dimensions. Chaos disappears Ifagas ofchaotically interacting, hard Sinai or soft KAM,

billiards is made tip from pafeelly equal particles. The solution of the simplest fully 2-D

case oftwo particles is still open.

[347] "The challenge of the 3 interfaces" [in German]. In in vitro landscape:

Grundlagen zur Arcbitekturgelletik, 1 (Christiane Paul and Jorg Leeser,

eds.), edition weissenhofgalerie, pp. 108-113. Koln: Verlag der Buch-

handlung Walther Konig.

Three lelematic teelm%gier (based on the inwface in nonclassical physics, the intt1fnce in

interpersonal interaction and the inttlface of the hometown of the future in the sense of

F/usser) nrejuxtaposed.

[348] K Svozil andM. S. EI Nascbie (eds.), Complexities. Special issue of Cbaos,

Solitous & Fractals 10, no. 6 Oune), dedicated to O.E.R.

Editonal by Karl Svozil.

[349] with P. Bosetti', "Do there exist artificial brains?" [in German] Wecbsel-

T+'irkuug 21 (no. 97), 60-61 OunelJuly).

The equation fOr (J brain is "technologically sweet."

[350] "Chaos and Interface, Inc.: the technology of the effective forcing func-

tion" (Speciallectnre). In 5tb Experimental Chaos Conference, Orlando,

Florida,June 28-July 1,1999 (M. Ding, W. L. Ditto, A. Osborne, L. M.

Peccora and M. L. Spano, orgs.), Abstract Booklet, p. 57. Publi-

cations, Orlando, Florida.

Did Hugh Everett, inventor of the many-'worlds interpretation ofquantum mechanics,

already embark all tbe logically implied program of "world cbunge technologf'? An ap-

peal fOr the de-classification ofhis work.

[351J with A. P. Schmidt' and C. Eigner" "'In the knowledge economy, this

mental bent of nonopenness is outright dangerous': an E-mail discourse"

[in German]. Texte zum Tbema, no. 32 (30 Augnst).

Friendliness pays - a 2-sided interview.

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[352] , , ~ t h A. P. Schmidt', "Y2K: nightmare or opportunity? How to make a

win-win situation out of a dangerous one

n

(in German}. Ielepolis, 7 Sep-

tember.

An anticipated sigb of relief

[353] with A. P. Schmidt' and C. Eigner', "'He or she who reallywants to deal

with knowledge problems has to try and understand complexproblems':

an e-mail discourse" (in German]. 7Cxtezum Thema, no. 33 (28 Septem-

ber).

Complexity and tbe lIPyramid" (knowledge at any desired resolution) in LampmClls.

[354J "Darkness intensified: existence of a nonlinear threshold in redshift-

induced dimming." Z. Natlllforsch. 54 a, 453-454.

A COll1lterargll11lent to tbe accepted "accelerated-expansion intelpretation" of tbe spec-

Meldar supe1710vae data of1998: dimming is proportional to (1 + z)2, so that it acceler-

ates beyond unit redshift.

2000

[355] with A. P. Schmidt', Medium o[Knowledge: The Human Rightfor Informo-

tion [Dos Medium des Hlissens: Das MenscIJenrecht aufInfonl1ation]. Bern:

Haupt Verlag, xxi-189pp.

Aledia theory, smiling tbeory and management theory can be combined imo nnew vola-

tile mixture.

[356] "Chaos: bridge between two cultures." AlIIerikastudienlAmerican Stud-

ies: A QUa11erly 45 (no. 1),101-104.

Compare [333J.

[357] "Chaos/control." In Complexity: A Talk on CD-Rom (H. Beressem, ed.).

University of Cologne, English Seminar, August 2000.

Live talk with pictures em the dream ofaJYntbesis.

[358] with R. Rossler', "The lion and the princess - or how an artificial brain

changes the attractivity oflocations through simulated encounters" [ab-

stract]. Biophys. J. 78, 253A.

Popper'sfamous ULet)'our ideas diefor you" is j1lCorporated huo the design ofan artificial

brain.

[359] mth G. C. Hartmann!, G. Radons' and H. H. Diebner', "Staircase ba-

ker's map generates flaring-type time series." Discrete Dynamics in Na-

ture and Society 5,107-120.

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Poillend cycles enll unexpectedly be genemted in a 2-D m-eft-preservillg map.So tbey can

be studied empirically for tbe first time.

[360] "Noble simplicity, silent greatness: is Anaxagoras not to be loved?" [Edle

Einfalt, stille Gr05e - Ka,m man Anaxagoras Heben?]. In Etenlity Is a

Playing Child on tbe Tbrone: Contributions by Scholars andA17ists concerning

the Continuing Presence ofPre-SoC1'atic Thought [Die E,vigkeit irt ein spielendes

Kindaufdem Thron: Beihiige von FVisse11schaftlenl undKunst/ern zur Gegen-

wart des vorsokratischen Deukeus] , including 69 original graphics (Ulysses

Belz, ed.), pp. 4-10. Buchbinderei A. Adler Leipzig. Bonn-Leipzig: 111111.

Homage paid to the inventor ofchaos in the modern mathematical sense, Anaxagoras of

ancient G,'eece. A l'espome to Ulysses Belz's art.

[361] with R. Stettler', "Cracks in time" [Risse in der Zeit]. Klmrt-Bulletin

2000 (no. 3), 16-19 (1I1arch).

The mdo view in art and science. Illustrated by 2 photogmphs of "Hollow World" by

Dorothee Golz.

[362] (CEinstein's Ailrau vision" [Einsteins Aarauer Vision]. InA17 Space Aarau

Immerspace Outerspace (Kunst Raum Am'au: bmenrau1Jt Aussenraum)

(Tschokke Kunsttaum Aarau and Jeannette Fischer, eds.), pp.I91-194.

Aarau: Verlag Vittorio de Angelis (Staffel Druck).

the fastest-rllnning human being, is passing by at the very moment yOtll'e1ease

a sphen'callight wave with aflash. Is he, while l"'Ulming on, also surrounded by an e,,,'-

panding sphericnlligbt bubble owing to A1axwelJ's universal constont c1" A c011J1Jleutary

on tbe musings ofa 16-year old pupil, delivered in the original surroundings oftbe refec-

tory of the KnntollSscbule" in Aarau, Switzerland,

[363J with W. Ratjen!, "Hope and disappointment in a simulated conscious-

ness" [in German]. In Computatiol1allntelligence im industriel/en Einsatz,

VDI-Conference Baden-Baden, 11-12 May 2000 (S. Hafner, H. Kiendl,

R. Kruse, H.-P. Schwefel and E. Sapozhnikova, eds.). Diisseldorf: VDI-

Bericbte 1526, 191-198.

Blueprintfor lin artificial braill 'lvbicb, wben implemeuted in bardware, cannot be deuied

tbe operational attributes ofconsciousness.

[364J "Is benevolence compatible with intelligence? On the theory of the hu-

mane feeling" [in German). In Tbe Theme Park of tbe Expo 2000 [Del'

Themenpark del' Expo 2000J, vo!. I: Plallet of Visiolls, Knowledge, Illfor-

mation, Communication (Martin Roth and Sabine Siiss, eds.), pp. 157-

163. 'Wien: Springer-Verlag 2000.

Ascientific tbeory ofbenevoleuce is arguably aprerequisitefor our planetary and galactic

survival. Secondly, An/mr C. Clarke's prediction oflife on Jupiter is supported: bot COl'e,

PUBLICATIONS /2000-01

cold outside

J

visible huge convection rolls

J

l1011-WaW] medium: A bornm-based biocbem-

iSh)' (witb B-N-B-l\L mtbcr than C-C-bnckboncs) is predictable,

[365] "Inter-face - Smile of happinessIsmile of friendliness confusion: the ori-

gin of heaven on earth." In Today Is Tomonow: On the Future ofExperience

and Constructivism [Heute ist Morgen: Vber die ZlIkllnft von Elfalmmg und

Konstmktion] (Michael Erlhoff, Hans Ulrich Reck, 'Venzel Jacob and

Jutta Frings, eds.), pp. 50-53. Bonn: Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der

Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

Tbe paper describes a two-piece imtolllltilm exhibited in the Bundeskunsthalle: Two large,

stylizedfaces are looking at eacb other, one smiling, one laughing (actually it is the same

face twice - once rotated by 180degtus). The viewer can pass through in between tbe two,

with aside panel pointing out the risks and chances ofthe "hu1nane miSIJnderstonding'l of

received and shown benevolence, wbich is no misunderstanding at all.

[366J "Chaos, hyperchaos and the double-perspective." In The Chaos Avant-

Garde: Memories of the Early Days of Chaos Theory (R. Abraham and Y.

Ueda, eds.); pp. 209-219. Singapore: World Scientific.

A briskjoumey accompanied by explanatoryjigufes, through: (1) Singular-perturbation

chaos, (2) singular-perturbation hyperchaos, and (3) nowhere-differentiable at!ractors

(as almost everywhere-empty, but mvertbeless maxi1l1allyfat sets). Also, EdwardLm-enzs

butterfly is contrasted to the "Schri/dinger butteifty. J,

[367] with D. Frohlich', N. Kleiner' and J. Parisi', "Does the moon pull ala

Newton or ala Einstein or in a third way?" Z. Naturforsch. 55 a, 981-

982.

A 313-yeor old problem- howfnst is the gravity ofthe moon reaching earth? - is shown

to be experimentally accessible. A hundred (or more) identiCfl/Jjust I-cubic-meter large

setups (a I-m pendulum 'with a hair pointer thot is vibrntioll- and convection illsulated

and monitored by a computerized microscope) are expected to be sensitive t11ough. The

existence ofgravitational waves can be ruled out in case ofapositive outcome.

2001

[368] with W. Kriese" Encouraging La711psams: Tbe Jutemet as a Chance for a

MulticlIltlwal Society ofMinorities (G. E. Lasker, ed.). Rottenburg: Edi-

tion Global, Mauer Verlag, 2001, 62pp.

The "book of the year" of1998 [307], tramlated imo English.

[369] "Anthropogenesis in the Internet" [Die Menschwerdung im Internet].

In Cyberbypes: 0pP0111mities and Pitfalls of the Jutemet [Cyberbypes: Mog-

ficMeiten und Grenzen des Jntemet] (RudolfMaresch and Florian Rotzer

(eds.), pp. 249-264. Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp.

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Is being humane a "lethalfactor" in the technical biological sense? Literallyyes, in reality

/l0. For ((Ie pbinol1Jcne !mmain" bas the cosmic scale envisionedfor it,[olllY/ving Giordano

Bruno by physicist-biologist lii/hard de Chardin. The perhaps most dangerous experi-

ment ofhirtQ1Y (to tum an animal into a person) is proposed as a "media event" in the

interest ofthe planet's endallgeredmajority a/youngpersom. Asaintly caretaker is meded.

[370] with R. Rossler

2

, 11l\1irror competence implies person competence" [ab-

stract]. Biophys. J. 80, 171a.

The importance ofmirror-competence is poimed alit. A backdrop is provided by the cur-

reJlt world-1vide stem cell debate on the one hand and the recently discovered minor

compete1lce ofthe magpie all the other.

[371] "The Gulliver effect." In Sciences oftbe Juratace, Proceedings ofan Inter-

national Symposium, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, May 18-21,

2000, held in honor of O.E.R.'s 60th birthday (H. H. Diebner, T. Druck-

rey and P. Weibel, eds.), pp. 1-5. Tiibingen: Genista Verlag,

(+ CD).

The finding offl vertical size increase, downrtairs in a gravitntiollaJ field, is stUl t1lig-

matico It could profit from the help ofcomputer-game affidonados.

[372] with]. Parisi', "Superluminality: an implication ofspecial In

Sciences of tbe Inte1face, Proceedings of an International Symposium,

Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, May 18-21, 2000, held in honor

of O.E.R.'s 60th birthday (H. H. Diebner, T. Druckrey and P. \Veibel,

eds.), pp. 164-168. Tiibingen: Genista Verlag.

A three-dimensional spacetime diagram is shown whicb, ifC01Tect, implies a violation of

Einstein causality.

[373] with A. P. Schmidt', "The evolution of knowledge: pledging the human

right for information" [in German] . .WecbselWirkllng 23 (no. 107),48-

53 OanuarylFebruary).

Apledge.

[374] with P. Weibel', "Endophysics or our rainbowworld." In Olafur Eliasson:

Surroundings surTolmded - Essays on Space and Science (peter Weibel, ed.),

pp. 504-513. Karlsruhe: Neue Galerie, Graz and ZKM (Center for Art

and Media); also Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2002.

The observer-centered rainbow, put in perspective.

[375] withP. \VeibeI', Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12,

1573-1576.

Objects downstairs are !tuger - a/so according to quantu1J11JJechanics.

PUBLICATIONS/2001

[376J with A. P. Schmidt', "The smell of evil or war as humaneness surren-

dered" [in German]. WecbsclWirkllllg 23 (no. 109),44-51 (May/June).

The theory ofcruelty bas practical implications.

[377] "Avoice on the stem cell debate: there exists a possibility-in-principle"

[in German]. Scbwiibiscbes Tagblatt 57, 23 July, p. 26.

Meat-fating, abortion and infanticide are one and tbe same problem- in case apotential

person if the victim. Apledge for the rigbts ofperson-competent animals.

[378J "Reflections on the e''Perience of time in animals" [in German]. Wecbsel-

Wirkllng 23 (no. 110),30-34 Ouly/August).

Bats have an updatedpseudo-simulumeouspicture oftbeir enviroll1J1e1lt, generated am:'"LJ)

once every millisecond by their brains, - even though the neurons take one millisecond

each to l11-e. A tecJmological challenge.

[379] with A P. Schmidt', "The fear of the uncertain: will America drop an

atom bomb on Afghanistan?" [in German]. Telepolis, 17 September.

Harking back to an official newspaper announcement ofSeptember 18, 1998.

[380] with J. Parisi', "On board of a Sarfarti telegraph back into the pas!?"

[MiteinemSarfarti-Telegraphen zuriickin die Vergangenhei!?]. Einblicke:

Forsc1JUllgsmagazin del' Cad-von-Ossietzky-Universitiit 15 (no. 34), 12-13.

Nicholas Gisin}famous lI-km Bell-experiment in Geneva can,just possibly, be 1J1odified

in such away as to be tflnled into an Einstein telegraph.

[381] with A P. Schmidt', "';Vorld economy in crisis despite war? A global

Marshall plan as a way out of the crisis" Un German). Telepolis, 28 Sep-

tember.

A voice from Switzerland...

[382] with A P. Schmidt', "Asurvival plan for the world" [in German). Telepolis,

5 November.

.. .continued.

[383J "Dripping faucet and the foundation of the 'Erwin-Teufel-Institute for

Gerontoendocrinology' of the University of Tubingen," [Tropfender

';Vasserhahnund die Griindnng des 'Ef\vin-Teufel-Instituts fur Geronto-

Endokrinologie der UniversitiitTubingen, Berghof-Halblech, Falkenstr.

12']. In Top Tlmna (RalfSchnabel, ed.). Karlsruhe: TV-Movie BTv; Sep-

tember 9.

Does chaos theory facilitate standing-up against human-rights violations?

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[384] with S. Zielinski' and R. Rossler', "c, h, angle L: ifwe could change c and

b, we could change the past and the future like angels." In Perspect(val

Pmpective (M. Peternak, N. Eross, A. Eisenstein and L. Beke, eds.), pp.

419-428. Budapest: Foundation MucsarnoklKunsthalle.

Can the two fundamental constants cand h be manipulated counte1factually?

In press

[385J with D. lung', "World without gravity: ten theses in honor of Hans

vVeil." Proceedings.

un onelincn.

[386] "Preface to a book on the question ofall questions." For Aron Goudsmit.

Comment on a new mfltbcmatica/-pbysics game in tbe spirit ofGb"del.

[387J with D. Frohlich', N. Kleiner', M. Pfaff"]. Argyris' and M. S. EINa-

schie

6

, JCOn the possibility of a new relativistic contraction la\\'." Cbaos,

Solitons & Fmctals.

On the possibility ofn transversal size change in relativity.

[388] "Sustainability of humanity." Proc.lntersymp. 2001 (G. E. Lasker and H.

Hiwaki, eds.).

The future and the pastjoin forces If(m argument in favor ofGermany offering a sur-

vival guarantee to the youth of the planet is sound. It reads: The one million children

murderedin the holocaust ,"aise their voice agaimt a l'second holocaust" on the youth ofthe

Third 'World. EVe1l in the event ofglobal terroriS1ll,

[389] with H. Kuypers', "Matterwave-Doppler effect: an implication of the

old Planck formula E ~ hu" [in German]. WechselWi,.ktmg.

A corollary to matter-wave inteiferometry is proposed: matter-wave Doppler shifting.

Submitted

[390J with]. Parisi', "Slauted emission" enables full light speed dowustairs in

equivalence principle."

The accepted speed change in c, downstairs in a gravitational field, is shown to be 11On-

l1uwdatory, A counter-example exists: obliquely upward-slanted (but stillnon-approach-

illy ligbt rays.

[391] "Areality, independent of the universe" [in Germau].

A comistem interpretation ofDescartes' thinking.

PUBLICATIONS /2002-

[392] "Nonlinear dynamical systems and cognition." 21pp.

An attempt to b1'idge the gap between bmin equation and dynamics,

[393] with H. H. Diebner

1

, "The heart of the cosmos: deterministic time-

dependent entropy to monitor the evolution of microscopically simu-

lated far-from-equilibrium systems.

ll

An explanation of the new D-ftmction, which 1'eplaces Boltzmannj old H-fimctioll as a

notjust qualitative but quantitative descriptor ofevolutionary processes.

[394] with R. Stettler

2

and:F. Baetcke

3

I Fro11tier Com1Jtzmicatioll: Humans, fiVhales

and Electronic Networks [in German]. 51pp.

The theory of the smile and artificial brains are put together.

[395J with F. Galeczki' and M. S. El Nascme

J

, "E equal 11Icvl2: a first-order

twin to the famous E-equal-mc-square law."

Einstein j second 1'elativity paper of1905 (with the famous f017J1llla) is shown to imply a

relatedfurther result.

[396J with M. Conrad', "Interface theory and almost solipsism."

A new phenQ11JC1/on, "relativistic dissociation, II may exist.

[397] "Nonlinear dynamics and cosmology: two approaches to the Hubble

law."

On the phenomenological Hubble law and the chances ofa new explanation in the spin't of

Mandelbrot.

[398] "Nonuniqueness in spacetime: a surprising implication of the equiva-

lence principle."

The speed oflight downstairs is unchanged lftbe light is sent up in a slantedfashion that

is nevertheless parallel to the upper level. Therefore, also two balls in free upward 11l-Otion,

one bigher up, tbe other freshly releasedfrom the ground, remain parallel to the upper

level for awbile. Moreovet; their distance remaim identical to the distance ofthe g-round.

Tbis is a new pradox.

[399] Descartes' Tim"'l: T70n de,. unendlicben Macbt des Auflenstebens. Audio-CD.

K6ln: suppose, 2002, 55 min.

4

Miscellanea

Unve1'jiffentlicbtes*

LECTURE NOTES, MANUSCRIPTS

1966 "Theoretical Biology" [Theoretische Biologie). Lecture held at the .Max

Planck Institute fur Verhaltensphysiologie, Seewiesen 1966 (quoted in

K. Lorenz, Behind the MitTor, London: .Methuen, 1977, p. 256 [Die Riick-

seite des Spiegels: Versud) einer Naturgeschichteme11scblicben Erkenllens, i\1iin-

chen: Piper, 1973, p. 334]).

Tbe principle ofself-inhibition of energy dissipation jar[ro111 equilibrium is introduced

witb examples, as an explanation ofthe origin oflift, not ouly on emth. Necessfl1)' evolu-

tionary properties afbrains can a/so be predicted.

1967 "General trans-atomic evolution theory" [Allgemeine meta-atomare Evo-

lutionstheorie], 2pp., 41'efs.

Outline of the inm'nsic propensity offar-from-equilibrium systems to firm a "vicious

. drcle." It includes the tendency to spontaneously open up new (/Jllnmls ofdissipation in an

autocatalytic fashion - liS afirst-principles e.'tplanatioll ofchemical and biologiCflI evolu-

tion. Juxtaposed to.tbis law is the imigbt, triggered by Otto Ko'hler's 1954 paper "The

smile of the infant," tbat human persons both have 'tal/en out of the game" and bave

effectively IJumped ahead" to the asymptotic goal.

1969 "Contributions to the theory ofspontaneously evolving systems," part I:

"Asimple system class)' [Beitrage zur Theorie spontanevolutiver Systeme,

I: Eine einfache Systemklasse], 55pp., 68 refs., 10 figs.

A formal attempt to deduce the property of evolution in a class of cybenzetic dynamical

systems of1JOmlegative nonlinear type.

1971. "tRNAlife."

Tbe two "universal libraries" ofl-D text strings and 3-Dshapes that are today embodied

.... Unpublished Papers.

86

a.E. ROSSLER

in DNA find protein, respectively, ((m be realized with a single substance class, RNA,

directly, albeit witb n reduced 3-D rep£11oire. tM'A thereftre qualifies as fl precursor to

protein in pre-biological evolution,

1971b with D. Hoffrmnill, (fA chemical universal circuit", 12pp., 9 refs.

A 2-variable switrbing network with both types of oscillatolY behavior (nearly-linear;

relaxation-type) that were familiar at the time.

1972 "Existence of a building-block principle in tbe design of complicated

reaction systems" [Existenz eines Bausteinprinzips beim Entwurf von

komplizierten Reaktionssystemen]. Unpub!. Habilitation Thesis, Uni-

versity of Tubingen 1973, 119pp.

A sy11tbetic approach to tbe design ofsingular-perturbation-type chemical automata find

hybrid (so-called 1<,-elaxatioll Jj systems.

1973 "An equation for a brain," 15 pp., 25 refs.

Details on equation (13) of"Adequate locomotion strategies" [15J, its motivation and its

meaning.

1975 "Chaos in simple reaction systems" [abstract].

Introducing singular-perturbation cbaos.

1976 "The Tale of tbe \'Vbale" (Science fiction story), 12pp.

The society ofsperm whales may contain messages over time tbat are implanted in the

joint culture-like behavior, but are decodable only by the rare i71dividunlswho by a quirk

offate enter a person-generating interaction witb fl parmer. While they contribute to the

invisible second (real) culture, they are likely to same day be caught in "sinning" against

the autistic collective first culture for reasons ofpersonal truthfulness to their pn.rtner,

eliciti1zg a deadly mobbing reaction from the part of their first-culture animal society.

1981 "Design for Chaos: The World of Nonperiodic Oscillations" (book),

145pp.

Au a'ttempt to show how to design many types of chaotic systems by e:t-ploring different

st1"ategies. A sizable ml1Jzber of computer-generated pictures of in part nw attractors.

were finished but many more still 1mfinished when the publisher's deadline approached

and went by.

1986 "Aclassical explanation of quantum mechanics: the observer revisited/'

18pp., 14 refs.

A work-in-progress 1'eport,

1989 with D. Hoffmann, "Pauli exclusion in classical ortho-Helium."

A generalization of the "cross mp" of topology is sbown to explain the existence .of two

MISCELLANEA

sillgle-particle Pauli cells (one inside, one outside) in a classiml 3-particle system tbat

colltail/S an injinitely massive attracting aliter and (-£l10 indistinguisbable ollter pmticles

- If 1'otatiol1 symmetry is assumed. This is a first step 011 the ~ v a y towards genuinely 2-

and 3-D gases made up from indistf1zguisbable classical particles.

1990 with G. Kampis, "Complexity reduction in coupled optimizers ('anti-

chaos')," 4pp.,17 refs.

UAnticbaos" is afitting name when the unavoidable illteractional cbaos ofordinary bio-

logical or artificial autonomous motivational systems suddenly gives way to inwpersonal

reliability and trustfulness.

1991 with G.l\1ayer-Kress, I(How isotropic is Planck's constant?," 5pp., 5 refs.

An empiriCfllly decidable question tbat may be of interest under extremal astropbysim/

conditions.

1992 "Rationalismin science, philosophy and theology: an attempted system-

atics in hommage to Alexandre Ganoczy" [in German], 3pp.

Resp01lSe toa discussion witb tbe author ofuChaos, Cbajand Beliefin Creation."

2000a "Redshifted objects: lighter and larger," 4pp., 10 refs.

Possible implications ofa size increase downstairs in a gravitational field.

2000b "Nutcracker and Mouse King: Or what happens when you start com-

municating with the characters of a slowed-down video? An uplifting

report for the turn of the year" [in German], 2pp.

A11 attempt to engage youngpeople in tbe quest to understand the implications 0fco1Jtmu-

nicating with a slowed-down imeradion partner /iving in a slowed-d01im environment.

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