- Conference date: 6-11 June 2005
- Location: Vaxjo (Sweden)
Non‐commutative diagrams, where X → Y → Z is allowed and X → Z → Y is not, may equally well apply to Malusian experiments with photons traversing polarizers, and to sequences of elementary chemical reactions. This is why non‐commutative probabilistic, logical, and dynamical structures necessarily occur in chemical or biological dynamics. We discuss several explicit examples of such systems and propose an exactly solvable nonlinear toy model of a “brain‐heart” system. The model involves non‐Kolmogorovian probability calculus and soliton kinetic equations integrable by Darboux transformations.
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