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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)

Localization and fusion modeling in plasma physics: mathframework for non-equilibrium hierarchies

Michael Zeitlin
IPME, Russian Academy of Sciences

Antonina Fedorova
Mathematical Methods in Mechanics Group, IPME, Russian Academy of Sciences

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Abstract
A fast and efficient numerical-analytical approach is proposed for
description of complex behaviour in non-equilibrium ensembles in the
BBGKY framework. We construct the multiscale representation for
hierarchy of partition functions by means of the variational approach
and multiresolution decomposition. Numerical modeling shows the creation
of various internal structures from fundamental localized (eigen)modes.
These patterns determine the behaviour of plasma. The localized pattern
(waveleton) is a model for energy confinement state (fusion) in plasma.
Presentation is based on arXiv preprints: physics/0603167, physics/0603169
and references therein.




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