InterJournal Complex Systems, 3117
Status: Submitted
Manuscript Number: [3117]
Submission Date: 120425
Principle of Least Action and Theory of Cyclic Evolution
Author(s): Anonymous

Subject(s): CX.11, CX.13

Category: Article

Abstract:

A natural process is defined as an act, by which a system organizes itself with time. Any natural process drives a system to a state of greater organization. Organization is a progressive change, while evolution is expressed in the effects of accumulating marks acquired from contingent encounters. Co-existence of the system in states of maximum organization as well as maximum action forms the core idea of the paper. Major influences have been drawn from the Principle of Least Action. This allows us to see how this most basic law of physics determines the development of the system towards states with less action i.e. organized states. Based on this, it has been proposed, that the development of a system towards states of greater organization is cyclic in nature and thus evolution is a cyclic process.

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