Science and Education Publishing
American Journal of Systems and Software
2
6
2014
12
10
Introduction to Coding Theory for Flow Equations of Complex Systems Models
146
150
EN
J.
Nescolarde-Selva
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Alicante, Alicante, Spain
J.L.
Usó-Doménech
M.
Lloret-Climent
AJSS2014262
10.12691/ajss-2-6-2
2014
10
15
2014
12
06
2014
12
10
The modeling of complex dynamic systems depends on the solution of a differential equations system. Some problems appear because we do not know the mathematical expressions of the said equations. Enough numerical data of the system variables are known. The authors, think that it is very important to establish a code between the different languages to let them codify and decodify information. Coding permits us to reduce the study of some objects to others. Mathematical expressions are used to model certain variables of the system are complex, so it is convenient to define an alphabet code determining the correspondence between these equations and words in the alphabet. In this paper the authors begin with the introduction to the coding and decoding of complex structural systems modeling.