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  • > In physics, a “system” is anything that involves discrete particles operating as part of a wider network. Although bigger in scale, the way in which icebergs function as part of an ice floe, or the way that individual vehicles move within a flow of traffic (and indeed sometimes jam), can be studied using a similar theoretical basis.

    I’ve always wondered in what contexts these systems are studied for evidence of anomalous behavior, which could be indicative of a perturbation to the systems from any number of causes. Makes me wonder about neurological applications as well.

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