[Yoshitaka Saiki] Construction of a synchronization theory based on hetero-dimensional cycle: Toward an understanding of complex phenomena

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Yoshitaka Saiki

Yoshitaka Saiki

Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University
Associate Professor

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It is difficult to understand, predictict and control sudden changes in complex phenomena such as fluid turbulence, climate dynamics, economics and finance. These phenomena can be considered to be coupled dynamics, where inhomogeneous elements couple with each other under asymmetric interactions. Therefore, I will construct a synchronization theory by focusing on hetero-dimensional cycle which is applicable to understand such phenomena.

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