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Human Dynamics

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  •   This special issue belongs to

      International Journal of Housing and Human Settlement Planning

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      Deadline for Manuscript Submission

      March 31st, 2023

      Deadline for Publication

      April 15, 2023

    Special Issue Description

    Dear Collegues,

    The term "human dynamics" refers to a field of statistical physics research on complex systems, including interactions through communications networks, the movement of crowds and lines, and other systems of complicated human interactions. As a field of statistical physics, human dynamics: Its primary objective is to comprehend people's behavior using techniques first introduced in statistical physics. After the publication of A.-L. Barabási's seminal paper the origin of bursts and heavy tails in human dynamics, which introduced a queuing model and tried to claim to be able to explain the long-tailed distribution of inter-event times that naturally occur in human action, research in this area began to pick up steam.

    Previously unrecognized fundamental distinctions in persons are identified and described by the body of knowledge referred to as Human Dynamics. The methods by which people think, plan, learn; feel emotions; interact with others, and go about carrying out tasks and projects are all impacted by these fundamental differences. No matter a person's culture, color, age, or gender, the Human Dynamics study has shown that there are differences in how individuals' inner selves function. Individual relationships are the set of behaviors that people exhibit as they relate to, interact with, and communicate with one another. We are in a position of power when we are aware of and understand the dynamics that operate in our relationships. Three universal principles—the mental, the emotional (or relational), and the physical—are the focus of Human Dynamics research (or practical). Each of these ideas is vital to the growth of a whole, well-rounded individual.


    * Several non-trivial
    * Power-law–distributed
    * Transnationalism
    * Moralities
    * Human Dynamics research

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