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Gell-Mann

Murray. born 1929, US physicist, noted for his research on the interaction and classification of elementary particles: Nobel prize for physics in 1969
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Born in New York City on September 15, 1929, Gell-Mann was encouraged to study physics by his father, and earned a doctorate in the subject from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1951.
(4) L'extrait utilise par Gell-Mann est le suivant ; << Three quarks for Muster Markl/Sure he has not got much of a bark/And sure any he has it's all beside the mark.
Complex adaptive systems (CAS) are oriented to the study of systems in which global behaviors depend more on the interactions between the parts than the actions of each one (Gell-Mann, 1994; Holland, 1992).
Ahora bien, he de admitir que Volpi tiene todo el derecho de inclinarse por versiones menos polemicas en relacion con este tema, como, por ejemplo, la que mas arriba comente, al citar a Murray Gell-Mann (2007).
In the Ruhlen and Gell-Mann's tree, subject-verb-object languages always descend from subject-object-verb languages, but never the other way around.
Here, physicist Murray Gell-Mann states that complexity, defined as "the edge of chaos," is at its maximum between the extremities of order and disorder.
In their on-and-off collaborations, Gell-Mann once complained that Feynman spent his time "generating anecdotes about himself:' and even Krauss's account of his scientific life reveals histrionic and egotistical episodes.
Os organismos que apresentam estas caracteristicas recebem o nome de sistemas adaptativos complexos (SACs) (Gell-Mann, 1996; Holland, 1997; Stacey, 1996).
Los generadores de grupo para las matrices de Pauli, N = 2, y las matrices de Gell-Mann, N = 3, son Hermitianos, Ta = T!!, por lo tanto se puede generalizar que VAI > 2, entonces se deduce que
From Galileo to Gell-Mann; the wonder that inspired the greatest scientists of all time in their own words.
The portraits of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy and Nobel Prizewinning physicist Murray Gell-Mann were painted three years ago when Tift was visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the invitation of a commercial gallery there.
All entities in the universe are in constant change; nothing is static, even matter such as a stone that seems inert is abuzz with activity at the subatomic level (Gell-Mann, 1994; Greene, 1999).