|InterJournal Complex Systems, 571
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Submission Date: 20531
|Cell-like space charge configurations formed by self-organization in laboratory|
Subject(s): CX.11, CX.13, CX.14
A phenomenological model of self-organization explaining the emergence of a complexity with features that apparently satisfy the specific criteria usually required to recognize the appearance of life in laboratory is presented. The described phenomenology, justified by laboratory experiments, is essentially based on local self-enhancement and long-range inhibition. Its consideration potentially offers a new insight into the intrinsic nonlinear mechanism by which Nature creates, by self-organization, complex systems.
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