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Guts In The Edge Of Wealth

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  • Deni Khanafiah

    (Dept. Computational Sociology, Bandung Fe Institute)

Abstract

Jaringan reaksi autokatalisis kolektif merupakan sebuah teori yang berupaya menyingkap rahasia terbesar kehidupan manusia, asal mula kehidupan itu sendiri. Reaksi autokatalisis dilontarkan oleh Stuart Kauffman dalam bukunya Origin of Order. Untuk mempelajari sebuah jaringan reaksi dengan komponen penyusun yang banyak, ribuan bahkan jutaan, dengan kemungkinan berkorelasi antara satu komponen dengan komponen lain secara acak, seperti jaringan reaksi autokatalisis kolektif, Kauffman menggunakan pendekatan sistem dinamik menggunakan NK Random Boolean Network dan mempelajari pola-pola yang terjadi dari susunan reaksi autokatalisis tersebut. Dengan pendekatan ini, didapat 3 daerah besar dalam sistem yaitu daerah order, kompleks dan chaos. Pedekatan ini pun dapat digunakan untuk melihat adanya fasa transisi dari chaos menuju order pada nilai K = 2 – the edge of chaos, sebuah kebrojolan keteraturan dari sistem dinamis yang kompleks.

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  • Deni Khanafiah, 2003. "Guts In The Edge Of Wealth," Departmental Working Papers wpp2003, Bandung Fe Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:bfe:wpsbfi:wpp2003
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