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This paper defines flows (or discrete dynamical systems) and cyclic flows in a category and investigates how the trajectories of a point might approach a cycle. The paper considers cyclic flows in the categories of Sets and of Boolean algebras and their duals and characterizes the Stone representation of a cyclic flow in Boolean algebras. A cyclic spectrum is constructed for Boolean flows. Examples include attractive fixpoints, repulsive fixpoints, strange attractors and the logistic equation.
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METABOLIC NETWORKS FROM (M, R) SYSTEMS AND AUTOPOIESIS PERSPECTIVE http://www.worldscinet.com/jbs/10/1003/S0218339002000573.html REVIEW: THE ALGEBRAIC RELATIONAL THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS http://www.worldscinet.com/jbs/08/0803/S0218339000000213.html Abstract: This Review concerns the Algebraic Relational Theory of living systems as developed by Leguizamón and coworkers since 1973 and based on the categorical approach championed by Robert Rosen and his (M, R) systems. The Algebraic Relational Theory expanded, by using new mathematical developments such as lattice theory , the relational notions found in (M, R) systems with concepts such as material physical nature and extrinsic energy that reflect aspects of physical reality not captured by standard physical concepts like mass, energy or time. The Algebraic Relational Theory is another effort in the direction of developing a ...
Here is a paper, which might be interesting for mathematicians: The cyclic spectrum of a Boolean flow John F. Kennison This paper defines flows (or discrete dynamical systems) and cyclic flows in a category and investigates how the trajectories of a point might approach a cycle. The paper considers cyclic flows in the categories of Sets and of Boolean algebras and their duals and characterizes the Stone representation of a cyclic flow in Boolean algebras. A cyclic spectrum is constructed for Boolean flows. Examples include attractive fixpoints, repulsive fixpoints, strange attractors and the logistic equation. http://rattler.cameron.edu/EMIS/journals/TAC/volumes/10/15/1015.pdf  
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