Intra-system two-particle interactions between the system's own qualities according to the switching model occur under conditions of non-equilibrium constraints and metastability. The types and forms of interactions corresponding to the complete switching model are considered. These are: interaction when the model participants are extremely complete and incomplete; interaction when a single participant is blocked and a one-part interaction is implemented; three-part interaction according to the joining model; interaction that forms a consistent variability of all model values based on global (local) mechanisms that are directly controlled by the parameters of the pseudo-switching model. The main mechanism of interaction on switching is described, which explains the change in the "jump" level of the value of a special vertex of one participant while maintaining the level of the value of another participant. It is shown that the difference between the main types of switching interaction is insignificant in cases of blocking one of the model participants and the associated decay of the two-particle interaction.

Authors: T. L. Kachanova, B. F. Fomin

Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control

Keywords: Open systems, physics of open systems, intrinsic qualities of systems, models of two-particle interactions, switching interaction, types and forms of switching interaction

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