Death as structural dissolution of the SDSR loop


The right loop tries to thrust its arm to the left. However, since the left area is already occupied by another loop, a dissolving state is generated on the pathway of signals at the upper left part of the right loop. The dissolving state travels counterclockwise along the tube and dissolves neighboring sheaths one after another. Eventually, the structure of the right loop is completely dissolved.

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New England Complex Systems Institute

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