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Authors:  Sergey Kamenshchikov
Abstract:
Evolution of arbitrary stochastic system was considered in frame of phase transition description. Concept of Reynolds parameter of hydrodynamic motion was extended to arbitrary complex system.

Basic phase parameter was expressed through power of energy, injected into system and power of energy, dissipated through internal nonlinear mechanisms. It was found out that basic phase parameter as control parameter must be delimited for two types of system - accelerator and decelerator.

It was suggested to select zero state entropy on through condition of zero value for entropy production. Zero state introduces universal principle of disorder characterization. On basis of self organization S theorem we have derived relations for entropy production behavior in the vicinity stationary state of system. Advantage of these relations in comparison to classical Prigogine theorem is versatility of their application to arbitrary nonlinear systems. It was found out that extended Prigogine theorem introduces two relations for accelerator and decelerator correspondingly, which remarks their quantitative difference. At the same time classic Prigogine theorem makes possible description of linear decelerator only. For unstable motion it corresponds to strange attractor. 


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