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Constructal Theory of Social Dynamics
The Distribution of Human Settlements Human Constructions and Flow Fossils in General Patterned Movement and Turbulent Flow Structure Science as a Constructal Flow Architecture Natural Versus Social Phenomena: The Argentine Gheory Network: Mexican Migration to the United States, — How to Distribute Hot Water over an Area Tree Network Generated by Repetitive Pairing Social Determinism and Constructal Theory Patterns in Natural Flows: The River Basins Case Scaling Laws of River Basins Patterns of Global Circulations Fossils of Flows of People Constructal Law and the Generation of Configuration Constructal Pattern Formation in Nature Constructal Patterns Formation in Pedestrian Motion Diffusion and Constrctal in Pedestrian Motion Crowd Density and Pedestrian Flow The Optimal Gates Geometry Optimal Architecture for Different Locomotion Velocities.
The Optimal Queuing Flow Constructal View of Self-organized Pedestrian Movement Population Motion and Spread of Epidemics Modeling the Spreading of an Epidemic Geotemporal Dynamics of Epidemics Foundations of Constructal Theory The Volume-to-Point Flow Problem Relevant Results for Aeronautics Application to the Air Traffic System Spatial Patterns of Airport Construcal Temporal Patterns of Airport Flows Physics and Engineering in Previous Sociology What are the Alternatives to Optimality?
The Natural and the Social Sciences Oslo Agreement Game Empirical Checks and Discussion Land, and Eric Stallard. The Random Walk Model The Fokker—Planck Diffusion Equation Findings from Empirical Applications Extensions of the Random Walk Model Precursors Within Social Network Analysis A Family of Social Potentials Thermodynamic Properties of the Location System Model Job Segregation, Discrimination, and Inequality Settlement Patterns and Residential Segregation Potential Determinants of Ethnic Residential Segregation Sustainability and Its Evaluation Application to Complex Structures: Design of Platform of Customizable Products The Structural Theory of Thermoeconomics Application to Company Sustainability The Objectives of Research Competition for Energy, Fuel, Food, and Wealth Mathematical Description of the IP An Approximation to the Exact Solution The IP, an Evolutionary Process What Is a Written Language?
How Does Constructal Theory Apply? Origins of Written Language Creation of First Pairing Level Evolution of First Pairing Level Creation of Second Pairing Level Evolution of Second Pairing Level Empirism Probabilis and Vis Docial Nature as Matter, Unique-ness and Kaos The Impossible Emergence of the Emergence The Intentional and Non-intentional Beings Historicity, Instinct, Intelligence, and Consciousness Nature and Cognitive Computer Science Neural Networks Versus Constructal Architectures Cellular Automata and the Belousov—Zhabotinsky Reaction RD-Computation or Simulation of the Individuation?
Constructal Law, in Depth The Geometric Vitalism of the Constructal Theory The Constructal Law Definition It is a jungle of flow systems—a vast multiscale system of systems—with organization, pattern, hierarchies, and usefulness design. It is the most difficult to comprehend because we, the individuals who try to make sense of it, are inside the flow system. Difficult, because each of us is like an alveolus in the lung, an eddy in a turbulent river, or a leaf on a tree constrictal.
From such a position of singularity, which is identical in rank to the positions of enormous numbers of individuals, it is a formidable task to see and describe the big picture—the lung, the river basin, and the forest. From this stroke of luck, science was born and developed to the present day, where it is responsible for our physical and intellectual well-being.
The puzzling architecture and history of society has many things in common with the architecture and evolution of other complex but simpler flow systems: Coincidences that occur in the billions are loud hints that a universal phenomenon is in play.
Is there a single physics principle from which the phenomenon of configuration and rhythm can be deduced without recourse to empiricism?
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In this book we show that there is such a principle, and it is based on the common observation that if a flow system e. Observations of this kind come in the billions, and they mean one thing: Existing drawings are replaced by easier-flowing drawings.
This physics principle is the constructal law of the generation of configuration in Nature: Duke is a wonderful place not because of beautiful gardens and basketball, but because of freedom. It is the first account of the ideas, results, and future plans that came out of putting scientists, sociologists, and engineers thekry. The chapters of this book are based on the contributions made by prominent invited speakers at the First International Workshop on the Constructal Theory of Social Dynamics, which was held on 4—5 April at Duke University.
We wish to thank the authors for their contributions to the workshop and to this book: Major threads of this emerging theory of social organization are as follows: The idea is to place the community—community access in geometric terms, and to optimize it everywhere, subject to space constraints.