Article 6213

Title of the article

STAGES OF INTERACTION OF AN OBJECT AND ENVIRONMENT 

Authors

Romanenko Vladimir Nikolaevich, Honoured scientist of the Russian Federation, academician of the Russian
Academy of Natural Sciences, doctor of engineering sciences, professor, North-Western Institute of Press
(Saint-Petersburg, 13 Dzhambula alley), ladogalake@gmail.com
Nikitina Galina Vasil'evna, Doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, senior academic secretary, Saint-Petersburg branch of the Academy of Education Informatization, academician of the International Academy of Fundamental Education and the Academy of Education Informatization (Saint-Petersburg, 48 Moyka river embankment), ladogalake@gmail.com

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Abstract

The article considers the most general problems describing the structure of the Universe. On the basis of fundamental philosophical concepts it is pointed out that the structure of the Universe is heterogeneous in space and has a certain duration in time. All nearby and distant from each other parts of the Universe, i.e. obects, interact with each other. This interaction unites the world around us. All interactions between the objects of the Universe is carried out by means of flows. Considering the flows in first approximation they may be divided into flows independently transferring matter, energy and information. Each object is characterized by the presence of income and outgoing flows of every said type. All above mentioned flows do not interact directly with the main part of the object, but with its border. It separates the object from the environment. Correspondingly, interaction of objects with each other, the same as their interaction with the environment, falls into several stages. One stage is interaction of the object with the environment, and another is interaction with surface parts of the object with its internal parts. In other words, every object interacts with the environment only by its surface layer. This surface layer is understood in generalized meaning. The same surface layer interacts also with object’s internal parts. A significant fact is that these interactions take place at various rates. The rates are determined by mechanisms of balance provision in the environment and inside the object. For an obvious example of such interaction staging the authors consider the processes of phase transformations in the “liquid-solid phase” system, as well as a range of biological phenomenon associated with memory. General approach to studying such processes different in nature enables to make some interesting conclusions. They are useful for the research in various fields of knowledge. It is pointed out that one of the main conclusions from the performed analysis is the assumption that the presence of various stages of interaction between the object and the environment taking place at various rates may be considered as one of the general laws of nature.

Key words

object, envinronment, border, interaction rates, adaptation, stability.

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