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TA.1  Universality  in  the  fragmentation/aggregation  (clustering)  process of solid
matter;
  characteristics   of   the  self-organization   process;   implications   in  the
understanding
 of  the  differences  between the generation process belonging to
certain
 structures (patterns)  in non-living  systems  (structuring  in gradient)  and
living systems (bio-morphogenesis)
TA1.1  Universality  properties  in  the  fragmentation  through  dehydration  and tearing
through shock
.

TA1.2  Modeling of processes with self-organized criticality; consequences within evolving
methods of objectification
.

TA1.3  Methods  of  modeling  and   multi-parametric  measuring  of  complex  structures,
resulted from fragmentation/aggregation processes
.

TA1.4  Methods of complex analysis (data mining)  of temporal data series and of bi and
tri-dimensional structures generated through fragmentation/aggregation processes.

TA1.5  The  study  of  the  non-periodic fluctuations’ (noise) role as the starter of certain
processes,
  the  synchronization  and  evolution  of  physical,   chemical  and  biological
systems.