Authors: Emanuel Gluskin
In his book (brochure)  “What is life?” Erwin Schrödinger widely uses the terms of “entropy” and “structure”, trying to simply define the physical essence of life. Though  is a problematic work with internal corrections and numerous apologies, i.e. not formal science, just some ideas, the most important concepts involved, structure and complexity, are sufficiently clear for drawing the attention of system specialists to , and even for continuing the line of .
Comments: 46 Pages. These are NDES 2012 (11-13 July, 2012, Wolfenbuttel) conference slides of one of the two my lectures given there. Actually, I had not time for all of the slides, and their content also strongly extends that of the associated Proceedings paper.
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