Patterns formation occurs in various system, such as biological, chemical, economical, astronomical, etc. These patterns are everywhere we look and they share some laws that we can use to understand human matters. In this presentation, Zulma A. Jiménez reveals some of these patterns, tells us where we can find them, and why it is important to study them.
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