Nodo de Teoría de Organizaciones

Organization Theory Node
Chemical reaction networks are compounded by a set of molecular species {a,b,c,d,...} and a set of reactions. For example:

2a+b+c —> a+2b+d   is a reaction.
The picture on the left shows how to represent a system where multiple reactions can occur.
Chemical organization theory explains how to use information provided by the network to predict long-term qualitative behaviour, mainly the stability or decaying of the species.
For a detailed introduction visit here, or contact Tomás Veloz for more info.
Furthermore, the reaction network approach can be used to model social systems. Most social models are besed on agents as the basic unit of modeling (MAS). In our approach, rather than simulate agents, we use molecular species that represent decisions that agents can take. The interaction among these decisions generates new decisions (molecular species). We can apply chemical organization theory to study the stability of large scale decision systems. (see Publications section).


Dr.(c) Tomás Veloz

Dr. Pablo Razeto Barry
External collaborators:

Dr. Peter Dittrich
Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Institute of Computer Science Bio Systems. Analysis Group, 07743 Jena, Germany.

Mg. Alejandro Fajardo
Departamento de Biología, Universidad de los Andes, Cra 1 N 18A-12, Bogotá, Colombia.


VELOZ, T. 2013. Teoría de organizaciones químicas: un lenguaje formal para la autopoiesis y el medio ambiente. pp. 229-245. En RAZETO-BARRY, P. & RAMOS-JILIBERTO, R. (eds.). Autopoiesis. Un concepto vivo. Editorial Nueva Civilización. Santiago, Chile.

VELOZ, T., RAZETO-BARRY, P., DITTRICH, P., FAJARDO, A. 2014. Reaction networks and evolutionary game theory. Journal of Mathematical Biology 68(1-2): 181-206.