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IJCAS VOL 17

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS, CHAOS, Liège, Belgium

Volume 17. Physical Systems, Quantum Mechanics and Relativity; Mathematical Modelling, Dynamical Systems and Control; Systems Science, Anticipation, Incursion and Hyperincursion. Partial Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference CASYS'05 on Computing Anticipatory Systems, Liège, Belgium, August 8-13, 2005, D. M. Dubois (Ed.),

 

Publ. by CHAOS, 2006. ISSN 1373-5411 ISBN 2-930396-03-2

 

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CHAOS

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Award

 

Centre for Hyperincursion and Anticipation in Ordered Systems

 

Member of the IFSR: International Federation for Systems Research

 

 

 

The Board of Administrators of the asbl CHAOS

bestowed the  CHAOS Award on

  

 

Mitchell Jay Feigenbaum

 

 

For his outstanding scientific works on

Universal Constants in Chaos

 

 

 

 

Liège, Belgium, August 8, 2005

 

 

 

 

 

Preface

 

This is with a great pleasure that I edit these three volumes 17, 18 and 19 of the International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems, partial proceedings of CASYS’05, the Seventh International Conference CASYS’05 on Computing Anticipatory Systems, Liège, Belgium, August 8-13, 2005.

This conference was organised, as the preceding ones, by our non-profit association (ASBL) CHAOS, Centre for Hyperincursion and Anticipation in Ordered Systems, Institute of Mathematics of the University of Liège. ASBL CHAOS is member of the IFSR, International Federation for Systems Research (Austria).

The Professor Dr Mitchell Jay Feigenbaum received, during the CASYS’05 conference, the CHAOS AWARD, with a Crystal Eagle Owl of Val Saint-Lambert, for his outstanding scientific works on "Universal Constants in Chaos".

   For this CASYS’05 conference, 307 authors and co-authors, coming from 43 countries, submitted 174 papers. The invited and accepted papers were presented in 10 symposia, held in 4 parallel session rooms at HEC Management School – University of Liege. All these authors are thanked for their collaboration to the success of this conference and for their high level scientific contributions.

These CASYS volumes deal with 80 invited and accepted papers, organized as follows:

Volume 17:

-         Physical Systems, Quantum Mechanics and Relativity

-         Mathematical Modelling, Dynamical Systems and Control

-         Systems Science, Anticipation, Incursion and Hyperincursion Volume 18:

Volume 18:

-         Computing Systems, Simulation and Information Networks

-         Soft Computing, Fuzzy Systems and Neural Networks

-         Cognition, Psychology, Disease and Medical Systems

Volume 19:

-         Operations Research and Risk Management Models

-         Engineering Systems, Optimization and Simulation

-         Vigier Session, organized by Richard Amoroso (USA)

-         5th BCSCMsG International Symposium, organised by Peter Marcer (France)

    The American Institute of Physics published the other 56 selected papers in Computing Anticipatory Systems, edited by D. M. Dubois, AIP Conference Proceedings # 839, 2006.

 

The members of the International Program and Scientific Committees are thanked for their collaboration and their role as referees in the review process of all the papers:

 

International Program Committee

Jair Minoro Abe (Brazil), Richard L. Amoroso (USA), Nikitas Assimakopoulos (Greece),

Marcel Ausloos (Belgium), Jean-Paul Broonen (Belgium), Jerry Chandler (USA), Jingde Cheng (Japan), Ron Cottam (Belgium), Tsutomu Da-te (Japan), Fabio Romeu de Carvalho (Brazil), Yagmur Denizhan (Turkey), Daniel M. Dubois (Belgium), Bertil Ekdahl (Sweden), Yasushi Endow (Japan), Louis Esch (Belgium), George L. Farre (USA), Jean Godart (Belgium), Thierry Grisar (Belgium), Stig C. Holmberg (Sweden), Konstantinos Karamanos (Belgium), Loet Leydesdorff (The Netherlands), Peter J. Marcer (France), Koichiro Matsuno (Japan), Ion I. Mirità (Romania), Nicholas A. Nechval (Latvia), Erik Noldus (Belgium), Jean Ramaekers (Belgium), Robert Vallée (France), Gertrudis Van de Vijver (Belgium), Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (Turkey).

International Scientific Committee

Adel F. Antippa (Canada), Ioannis Antoniou (Greece), Viveca Asproth (Sweden), Péter B. Béda (Hungary), Mark Burke (Ireland), Zdzislaw Bubnicki (Poland), John Collier (South Africa), John G. Cramer (USA), Daniel M. Dubois (Belgium), Andrée C. Ehresmann (France), Rodolfo Faglia (Italy), Jean-Paul Frachet (France), Walter Freeman (USA), Yukio-Pegio Gunji (Japan), Anita Hakansson (Sweden), Mikulás Huba (Slovakia), Pere Julià (Spain), Eugenia Kalisz (Romania), Louis H. Kauffman (USA), Etienne E. Kerre (Belgium), Eugène Kindler (Czech Republic), Dobilas Kirvelis (Lithuania), George J. Klir (USA), Kljajic Miroljub (Slovenia), Vadim F. Krotov (Russia), Felipe Lara-Rosano (Mexico), Vladimir Levchenko (Russia Federation), Michele Malatesta (Italy), Gianfranco Minati (Italy), Edgar D. Mitchell (USA), Laurent Nottale (France), Eufrosina Otlacan (Romania), Stefan Pickl (Germany), Karl Pribram (USA), Otto E. Rössler (Germany), Peter Rowlands (United-Kingdom), Alfonso Rueda (USA), Salvatore Santoli (Italy), Walter Schempp (Germany), Eric Schwarz (Switzerland), José Luis Simões da Fonseca (Portugal), Pawel Siwak (Poland), Martin C. B. Smith (United Kingdom), Alexander A. Sytnik (Russia), Edwina Taborsky (Canada), Ernst von Glasersfeld (USA), Karl-Erich Wolff (Germany), Lotfi A. Zadeh (USA).

 

It was with a deep emotion that we learned that Professor Zdzislaw Bubnicki, Member of the International Scientific Committee, passed away on 12 March 2006.

 

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© Daniel M. Dubois, 2005

 

Professor Zdzislaw Bubnicki at CASYS’05

 

He was a truly great scientist and a very good friend. His presence among us was very inspiring and will leave us with an unforgettable memory.

 

Daniel M. Dubois,

Director of asbl CHAOS,

President of CASY


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INTRODUCTION and TABLE CONTENTS VOL 17

 

Introduction

The Wave Function of Rest Mass

  

Gilles Nibart, Daniel M. Dubois (France, Belgium)

 

3

VOL 17 1/ Physical Systems, Quantum Mechanics and Relativity

 

About a Theory of the Dual Relativity in a Universe With Three Time and Three Space Dimensions

 

Daniel M. Dubois, Gilles Nibart (Belgium, France)

 

25

Reactive Colimit: a View of Internal Measurement Based on a Hamiltonian System

 

Moto Kamiura, Yukio-Pegio Gunji (Japan)

 

47

Experimental Study of Advanced Correlation of Some Geophysical and Astrophysical Processes

 

Sergey Maratovich Korotaev (Russia)

 

61

Infinitesimal Parametrical Families of the Distributions and the Statistical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

 

Vadim F. Krotov (Russia)

 

77

Nuclear Mesomerie

 

Domitian G. Popescu (France)

 

93

Imaging the Iterons of Automata

 

Pawel Siwak (Poland)

 

105

A Description of Entropy as a Level-Bound Quantity

 

Susie Vrobel (Germany)

 

123

The Whole and its Parts: Are Complementarity and Non-locality Intrinsic to Closed Systems?

 

Nikolaus von Stillfried, Harald Walach (Germany, United Kingdom)

 

137

Conceptual Representation of Particles, Waves, and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Relation

 

Karl Erich Wolff (Germany)

 

147

The Mass Deficiency Correction to Classical and Quantum Mechanical Descriptions: Alike Metric Change and Quantization Nearby an Electric Charge, and a Celestial Body                         

Part I: A New General Equation of Motion for Gravitationally or Electrically Bound Particles                                       

 

Tolga Yarman, Vladislav B. Rozanov (Turkey, Russia)

 

172

Part II: Quantum Mechanical Deployment for Both Gravitationally and Electrically Bound Particles

 

Tolga Yarman, Vladislav B. Rozanov (Turkey, Russia)

 

186

VOL 17 2/ Mathematical Modelling, Dynamical Systems and Control

 

From Frequencies to the Forecasting Processes

 

Jean Alphonse Doucet (Belgium)

 

203

Constrained Thermal Plant Control Based on the First Order Models

 

Martin Kamenský, Mikuláš Huba (Slovakia)

 

217

Constrained Thermal Plant Control Based on the Second Order Models

 

Martin Kamenský, Mikuláš Huba (Slovakia)

 

227

Ergodic Properties of the Relaxation Phase in Nonchaotic Unimodal Maps

 

Konstantin Karamanos, I. Kapsomenakis, F. K. Diakonos (Belgium, Greece)

 

239

 

 

Toward the Investigation of Vorticity Development and Fragmentation of Structures in 3D Media with the Memory Effects

   

Alexander Makarenko, Taras Swirsky (Ukraine)

 

254

A Mathematical Theory of Dynamic Systems Built on Differential Calculus in Semi-Normed Spaces

 

Eufrosina Otlacan (Romania)

 

264

VOL 17 3/ Systems Science, Anticipation, Incursion and Hyperincursion

 

 

Anticipation as a Bridge Between Theory and Praxis

 

Wiktor H. Adamkiewicz (Poland)

 

277

Anticipative Anti-Anti-Anthropomorphism

 

Ronald Cottam, Willy Ranson, Roger Vounckx (Belgium)

 

286

Science Hyperincursive Integration

 

Arturo Graziano Grappone (Italy)

 

292

Transdisciplinarity: Towards Anticipatory Models of Evolutionary Learning?

 

Hellmut Karl Loeckenhoff (Germany)

 

312

Emergence of Collective Beings Systemics, Collective Behaviours, Dynamic Usage of Models

 

Gianfranco Minati (Italy)

 

326

Anticipation of Mouse Pointer Movement Using Pressure Sensors

 

Hidetoshi Nonaka, Masahito Kurihara (Japan)

 

342

System Growth Modelling – An Insight into the Linguistic Theory of Growth

 

Kazimierz Turkiewicz, Domenica B. Turkiewicz (Australia)

 

354

A Nested Detector with a Fractal Temporal Interface

 

Susie Vrobel (Germany)

 

366

 

Author Index

 

 

377

IJCAS VOL 18

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS, CHAOS, Liège, Belgium

Volume 18. Computing Systems, Simulation and Information Networks; Soft Computing, Fuzzy Systems and Neural Networks; Cognition, Psychology, Disease and Medical Systems. Partial Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference CASYS'05 on Computing Anticipatory Systems, Liège, Belgium, August 8-13, 2005, D. M. Dubois (Ed.),

 

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CASYS AWARD

 

 

The International Scientific and Program Committees of

CASYS'05

The Seventh International Conference on

Computing Anticipatory Systems

 

Bestowed the CASYS AWARD to

 

 

John Horton Conway

 

 

For his outstanding scientific works on

 

The Surreal Numbers

 

 

 

 

Liège, Belgium, August 8-13, 2005

 

 

 

 

 


 

Preface

 

This volume 18 is the continuation of the partial proceedings of the Seventh International Conference CASYS'05, on Computing Anticipatory Systems, Liège, Belgium.

 

I thank my Vice-President, Dr Adel F. Antippa, Professor of Physics at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada, for having given his precious time to the CASYS’05 conference, during the whole week, August 8-13, 2005. He was a very efficient collaborator and very attentive to all aspects of the organisation of the conference.

 

The International Program and Scientific Committees of CASYS'05 bestowed the CASYS AWARD to Prof. Dr John Horton Conway (USA), with a Crystal Book of the Val Saint-Lambert, for his outstanding scientific works on "The Surreal Numbers". 

 

CASYS'05 was enhanced with the following Personalities of the Honorary Committee:

 

Dr Claude Ancion, Député-Bourgmestre de Sprimont

Madame Marie Arena, Ministre-Présidente, chargée de l'enseignement obligatoire, de la Communauté française, et Ministre de la Formation du Gouvernement wallon,

Dr Daniel Bacquelaine, Député-Bourgmestre de Chaudfontaine

Michel Daerden, Ministre du Budget, des Finances, de l'Equipement et du Patrimoine du Gouvernement wallon, Professeur à HEC-ULg

Dr Ir Nicolas M. Dehousse, Professeur Emérite de l'Université de Liège, Président d'honneur du Comité de l'Académie Royale de Belgique pour les Applications de la Science

Marc Dubru, Directeur Général de HEC-Ecole de Gestion de l'Université de Liège

Willy Demeyer, Bourgmestre de Liège

Michel Firket, Echevin de l'Urbanisme, de l'Environnement, du Tourisme et du Cadre de vie

Michel Foret, Gouverneur de la Province de Liège

Jean-Pierre Grafé, Député Honoraire, Ancien Ministre

Louis Michel, Commissaire Européen 

Georges Pire, Député permanent à la Province de Liège

Didier Reynders, Vice-Premier Ministre et Ministre des Finances du Gouvernement fédéral, Professeur à HEC-ULg

Madame Marie-Dominique Simonet, Vice-Présidente et Ministre de l'Enseignement Supérieur, de la Recherche scientifique et des Relations Internationales de la Communauté française, et Ministre de la Recherche, des Technologies nouvelles et des Relations extérieures du Gouvernement wallon

Jean-Claude Van Cauwenberghe, Ministre-Président du Gouvernement wallon

Guy Verhofstadt, Premier Ministre du Gouvernement Fédéral

Marc Verwilghen, Ministre de l'Economie, de l'Energie, du Commerce extérieur et de la Politique scientifique

 

On behalf of the administrators of ASBL CHAOS, I would like to thank all these personalities for their constant interest in the successive CASYS conferences.           

 

Daniel M. Dubois,

Director of asbl CHAOS,

President of CASYS.

 

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INTRODUCTION and TABLE CONTENTS VOL 18

 

Introduction

Discrete Tomography: a Joint Contribution by Optimization, Equivariance Analysis and Learning

  

Oznur Yasar, Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (Canada, Turkey)

 

3

VOL 18 1/ Computing Systems, Simulation and Information Networks

 

The Magic Square as a Benchmark

 

José Barahona da Fonseca (Portugal)

 

27

Constrained Pole Assignment Control of Double and Triple Integrator

 

Pavol Bisták, Peter Tapák, Mikuláš Huba (Slovakia)

 

34

Synthesis of Constrained Controller in Computer Algebra System

 

Pavol Bisták, Peter Tapák, Mikuláš Huba (Slovakia)

 

50

Persistent Computing Systems as an Infrastructure of Computing Anticipatory Systems

 

Jingde Cheng, Feng Shang (Japan)

 

61

Synthesis of two Anticipatory Models in Design and Life-Cycle of Hospitals

 

Ivan Krivy, Eugene Kindler (Czech Republic)

 

75

Computer Simulation of Evolution: Genetic and “Memetic” Ways

 

Vladimir F. Levchenko, Vladimir V. Menshutkin (Russia)

 

86

Telematic Transport System Model

 

Krzysztof Nowicki, Wojciech Wawrzyński (Poland)

 

102

The Decision of a Goal-Directed Behavior Problem in a Class of Systems Described by one-to-one Transformations

 

Alexander A. Sytnik, Natalia Sergeevna Vagarina (Russia)

 

120


About Models of Automats at Organization Fault-Tolerant Computing Processes

 

Alexander A. Sytnik, Claudia P. Vakhleava (Russia)

 

127

Heterarchical Cognitive Maps: Anticipatory System in Virtual Maze

 

Daisuke Uragami, Yukio-Pegio Gunji (Japan)

 

135

VOL 18 2/ Soft Computing, Fuzzy Systems and Neural Networks

 

An Analysis of Controllable Processes with Uncertainties

 

Rudolf F. Albrecht (Austria)

 

147

Fuzzy Model Based Classification of Non Compatible Data: Improvisation on Comprehending Heterogeneous Information

 

Vijayarani Ponraj Deepak, Venkateswaran Ananth Kumar (India)

 

161

A Model of Nitric Oxide Diffusion Based in Compartmental Systems

 

P. Fernandez Lopez, C.P. Suarez Araujo, P. Garcia Baez, J.L. Simões da Fonseca (Spain, Portugal)

 

172

 

 

Utility and Helpfulness of Probability of the Fuzzy Events in Some Economic Problems

 

Tadeusz Gerstenkorn, Jacek Mań ko (Poland)

 

187

ACADA, An Anticipatory Design Approach

 

Stig C. Holmberg (Sweden)

 

196

Quasi-Optical Neural Structures for Model-Based Anticipatory Control

 

Dobilas Kirvelis (Lithania)

 

207

An Anticipatory Reasoning Engine for Anticipatory Reasoning-Reacting Systems

 

Shinsuke Nara, Feng Shang, Takashi Omi, Yuichi Goto, Jingde Cheng (Japan)

 

225

 

 

VOL 18 3/ Cognition, Psychology, Disease and Medical Systems

 

Elucidating the Trigger of Alzheimer’s Disease: A Complex Anticipatory Systems Approach

 

Richard L. Amoroso, Paul J. Amoroso (USA)

 

237

The Rosetta Stone and the Codes of Central Nervous System

 

José Barahona da Fonseca, Isabel Barahona da Fonseca, C. P. Suarez Araujo, J.L. Simões da Fonseca (Spain, Portugal)

 

251

 

 

Anticipatory Psychological Model of European University

 

Danguole Beresneviciene (Lithuania)

 

258

Anticipatory Model of Constructivistic Creative Thinking

 

Danguole Beresneviciene, Gediminas Beresnevicius, Ausrine Gumuliauskiene, Dobilas Kirvelis (Lithuania)

 

277

 

 

Prevision of Medical Diagnosis Based on Paraconsistent Annotated Logic

 

Fabio Romeu de Carvalho, Israel Brunstein, Jair Minoro Abe (Brazil)

 

288

 

 

The Implosion of Reality. Schizophrenia, the Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Anticipation

 

Dieter De Grave (Belgium)

 

298

Evaluation of the Exact Moment of Random-dot Stereogram Cognition by EOG and its Process by EEG

 

Shusaku Nomura, Kentaro Nakagawa, Tomomasa Nagashima (Japan)

 

314

 

 

A Fractal Model of Consciousness

 

Gildas Rouvillois (France)

 

330

Surviving in the Bermuda Triangle of Semeiosis

 

Auke J. J. van Breemen, Janos J. Sarbo (The Netherlands)

 

337

Synergy and Sympoiesis in the Writing of Joint Papers (Anticipation with/in Imagination)

 

John Wood, Otto van Nieuwenhuijze (United Kingdom, The Netherlands)

 

347

 

 

 

Author Index

 

 

371

IJCAS VOL 19

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS, CHAOS, Liège, Belgium

Volume 19. Operations Research and Risk Management Models; Engineering Systems, Optimization and Simulation; Vigier Session; 5th BCSCMsG International Symposium. Partial Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference CASYS'05 on Computing Anticipatory Systems, Liège, Belgium, August 8-13, 2005, D. M. Dubois (Ed.),

 

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INTRODUCTION ans TABLE CONTENTS VOL 19

 

 

 

Introduction

Science Responsibility and Scientists Concern for Evolution of Planet Earth: a Manifesto on Action for World's Peace and Harmony

 

  

Michel Bounias + (France) and K.E. Wolff, G. Tsirigotis, V. Krasnoholovets, M. Kljajić, J. Chandler, V. Burdyuzha, A. Bonaly (Germany, Greece, Ukraine, Slovenia, USA, Russia, France)

 

 

 

3

VOL 19 1/ Operations Research and Risk Management Models

 

Economic Problems of the Anticipation of Technology Development

 

Wiktor H. Adamkiewicz  (Poland)

 

19

Simulation and Anticipation in Critical Situations Caused by Flooding

 

Viveca Asproth, Anita Hakänsson (Sweden)

 

28

Optimal Multiperiod Investment Strategy for Project Portfolio

 

Gundars Berzins, Nicholas A. Nechval, Edgars K. Vasermanis (Latvia)

 

37

 

 

Use of System Dynamics and Modelling in Tourism

 

Tadeja Jere Lazanski (Slovenia)

 

48

The Variance-Free Characterization of Heteroscedastic Normal Variables with an Application in Financial Econometrics

 

Max V. Moldovan, Nicholas A. Nechval (Australia, Latvia)

 

60

Improve Supply Chain Management Using Neural Networks and Regressive KPI Relationship Metamodels

 

Roberto Mosca, Roberto Revetria, Maurizio Schenone (Italy)

 

70

Anticipation of Performance Parameters Evolution in a Container Terminal

 

Violeta Popescu, Eugenia Kalisz (Romania)

 

85

VOL 19 2/ Engineering Systems, Optimization and Simulation

 

Using Meta-heuristic Models for Simulation of Sediment Transport in Rivers

 

Saeed Alimohammadi, Ebrahim Jabbari (Iran)

 

97

Nested Anticipation in Design of Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems

 

Pascal Berruet, Eugene Kindler (France, Czech Republic)

 

109

Determination of Feasible set of Solutions for Mixed Integer Nonlinear Optimization Problem

 

Ryszard Klempous (Poland)

 

123

Virtual Data Models in Anticipatory System of Railway Transportation

 

Eugene Kopitov, Vasilijs Demidovs (Latvia)

 

135

In-Service Inspections of Multiple Systems Under Availability Requirement

 

Konstantin N. Nechval, Nicholas A. Nechval, Uldis Rozevskis (Latvia)

 

146

 

VOL 19 3/ Vigier Session : Mechanical and Physical Systems

 

Vigier Session : Mechanical and Physical Systems

organized by Richard L. Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute (USA)

The Physical Implications of Multidimensional Geometries and Measurement

 

Elizabeth A. Rauscher, Richard L. Amoroso (USA)

 

161

Descartesian Mechanics : The Fourth Generalization of Newton's Mechanics

 

Gennady I. Shipov (Thailand)

 

178

Anticipation at the Juncture of Geometry and Calculus

 

Jose G. Vargas, Douglas G. Torr (USA)

 

194

The Idiosyncrasies of Anticipation in Demiurgic Physical Unification with Teleparallelism

 

Jose G. Vargas, Douglas G. Torr (USA)

 

210

VOL 19 4/ The Fundamental Semantic Foundations of the Sciences Computational Rewrite Systems

 

5th BCSCMsG International Symposium

 

organised by Peter Marcer,

British Computer Society - Cybernetic Machine Specialist Group (BCS)

 

D: The Infinite Square Roots of –1

 

Bernard M. Diaz, Peter Rowlands (United Kingdom)

 

229

Multidimensional Time

 

Uri Fidelman (Israel)

 

236

The Significance of “Advanced” and “Retarded” Signals for a Transactional Interpretation of Ideomotor Action Control and Inter-Hemispheric Cortical Synchronisation

 

Uwe Kämpf (Germany)

 

247

A Remarkable Quantum Mechanical Discovery

 

Peter J. Marcer, Peter Rowlands (France, United Kingdom)

 

261

Is Dark Matter Quantum Coherent in Astrophysical Scales?

 

Matti Juhani Pitkänen (Finland)

 

279

Quantum State Tomography of Nanostructures and the Heisenberg Nilpotent Lie Group Model of Quantum Information Processing

 

Walter Schempp (Germany)

 

296

Watergates : Logic Operations in Water

 

Cyril W. Smith (England)

 

323

Consciousness and/of Freedom of Choice in our Living Body - The Dynamic Logic of Dimensional Phase Change

 

Otto van Nieuwenhuijze (The Netherlands)

 

332

The Blind Spot of Science : Life, Love, Consciousness and Health

 

Otto van Nieuwenhuijze (The Netherlands)

 

347

 

Author Index

 

 

363