I shall review the ubiquitous presence in all branches of science of quasi-power law distributions (i.e., distributions following pure power laws for large values of the argument but remaining finite, usually exponential, for small values). A number of possible sources of such distributions will be presented and discussed in more detail. Some remaining problems will be outlined.
Invited Talk e-session
How information comes to matter: bridging the foundations of complex systems in the natural/formal and human sciencesM. Eunice Gonzales
Multiscale dynamics and symmetries: multifractals and stochastic Lie algebraD. Schertzer I. Tchiguirinskaia
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