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Fourth series of experiments: Series 4 from A to B to C
Type: Interactive resource
Title: Fourth series of experiments
Subtitle: Series 4 from A to B to C
Collective Title: Non-linear Effects of Turbulent Institutional Modernization
Creators: Dmitry Zhukov; Sergey Lyamin
Date of Publication: 06.11.2017
Format of Data: *.html, *.swf
Temporal Coverage: 01.01.2000-31.12.2015
Description: Fourth series of experiments, phases A to C: demonstrates development scenarios of a rather realistic initial situation (А).
Variant B-C: if dc decreases, then kc goes up, accompanied by a reconfiguration of modernization drivers. Phased transition occurs almost instantly, and attractors fall into two dense clouds located in different areas.
Variant D-E: If dc goes up, then kc starts decreasing, which means reinforcement of the previous type of modernisation. Attractors pass into the target M-area.
In both variants, if the previous tendency does not change, it is quickly followed by an explosion of attractors and disintegration of institution (С and E). Both scenarios require a targeted and accurate controlling impact in order to stabilize the system as it enters M-area.
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. XX-XX.
Citation: Zhukov, Dmitry; Lyamin, Sergey (2017): Fourth series of experiments: Series 4 from A to B to C. Version: 1. Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS). Interactive resource. http://doi.org/10.15457/jgo_2017-4-4-1.