S316p.14 — Star clusters evolution simulation on basement of linguo- combinatorial approach

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Aug 10th at 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM




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Author(s): Mikhail B. Ignatyev1

Institution(s): 1. St-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation

Each of the clusters of star systems can be described using linguo- combinatorial approach through a formula that determines the number of arbitrary factors in the structure of equivalent equations as the number of combinations of n by m + 1, where n - number of stars in the cluster, m - number of constraints imposed on the stars cluster(M.Ignatyev “The linguo- combinatorial simulation in modern physics”\\ J. of Modern Physics,USA, 2012, Vol.1, No 1, p.7-11). Such clusters can be multiple, they can be combined into larger clusters or clusters can decay based on the effect of the collective. For example, if we have two clusters are characterized by the number of arbitrary coefficients S1 and S2, where
m1 + 1 m2 + 1
S1 = C S2 = C
n1 n2
then by imposing general restrictions mcol we will have
m1 + m2 + mcol +1
Scol = C
n1 + n2
At the same time, depending on the specific parameters can be Scol > S1 + S2, when the union in collective increases the adaptive capabilities, and can be Scol < S1 + S2, where adaptive capacity of less than the sum of the collective adaptation a possibly initial clusters. In the first case, we can observe the effect of the formation of new large clusters, in the second case - the collapse of large clusters into smaller ones. The report deals with the simulation of the evolution of star clusters on the basement of linguo- combinatorial approach.