@article{Gazya_Kukhareva_Melnikova_Gazya_2023, title={Ergodicity as a Basic Problem of Life Science}, volume={4}, url={https://en.jcyb.ru/nisii_tech/article/view/233}, DOI={10.51790/2712-9942-2023-4-3-06}, abstractNote={<p>in April 1999, Nobel laureate V. Ginsburg presented “the three great problems of physics”. To a large extent, they apply to living systems, or, more exactly, to the definition of biosystems (including human consciousness) from the viewpoint of nonlinear mathematics and physics. These three problems require solutions, and it turned out the solutions can be reduced to two actual problems that no one studied to date. We need to go beyond the modern deterministic and stochastic science (for example, the theory of dynamical systems). We mean the loss of ergodicity and homogeneity in any complex biosystem. These two problems should be studied in detail and, as a result, a new (third) science should be created. Currently, such a new science is being developed by the team of Prof. Eskov V.M. as a theory of chaos-self-organization.</p>}, number={3}, journal={Russian Journal of Cybernetics}, author={Gazya, G. V. and Kukhareva, A. Yu. and Melnikova, E. G. and Gazya, N. F.}, year={2023}, month={Sep.}, pages={55-64} }