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Second series of experiments: Series 2 from A to E

Type: Interactive resource

Title: Second series of experiments

Subtitle: Series 2 from A to E

Collective Title: Non-linear Effects of Turbulent Institutional Modernization

Numbering: 2,4

Creators: Dmitry Zhukov; Sergey Lyamin

DOI: 10.15457/jgo_2017-4-2-4

Date of Publication: 06.11.2017

License: CC-BY-NC

Languages: English

Availability: Download (html, swf)

Format of Data: *.html, *.swf

Temporal Coverage: 01.01.2000-31.12.2015

Description: Second series of experiments, phases A to E: demonstrates that with a certain combination of factors (including high external pressure) an institution will evolve non-linearly and will be prone to disruption even upon a minor change in one, two or three controlling factors.
А: is the initial situation (the result of the first series of experiments).
B: deconsolidation of attractors (even though they remain a dense cloud; different shades appear in the basin area, which is an indicator of various development scenarios for the system upon different initial conditions.
С: “explosion” of the attractors (a drastic expansion of the attractor cloud) and growing chaos in basins; phase transition.
D: drastic contraction of the survival area upon consolidation of attractors (i.e. significant contraction of initial conditions leading to attractor in the physically possible range).
E: one of the scenarios of institutional disintegration (attractors and basins are ridden by chaos and disappear).

Geographical Area: Russia

Keywords: modernization, institutions, modeling, systemic and dynamic modeling, non-linear dynamics, agent-oriented modeling, system, fractal geometry, self-organized criticality

Structured recordings: Dmitry Zhukov; Sergey Lyamin: Nonlinear effects of turbulent institutional modernization, in: Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 65 (2017), no. 4, pp. 624-650.

Citation: Zhukov, Dmitry; Lyamin, Sergey (2017): Second series of experiments: Series 2 from A to E. Version: 1. Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS). Interactive resource.