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Complex Systems with Self‐Elimination of Dissipation with Implication in Bio‐Structural Behavior Via Nondifferentiability

By Maricel Agop, Decebal Vasincu, Daniel Timofte, Elena Simona Bacaita, Andrei Agop and Stefan Andrei Irimiciuc

Submitted: October 13th 2016Reviewed: February 17th 2017Published: July 26th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/67939

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Maricel Agop, Decebal Vasincu, Daniel Timofte, Elena Simona Bacaita, Andrei Agop and Stefan Andrei Irimiciuc (July 26th 2017). Complex Systems with Self‐Elimination of Dissipation with Implication in Bio‐Structural Behavior Via Nondifferentiability, Fractal Analysis Fernando Brambila, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/67939. Available from:

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