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  1. Investigating Human Error: Incidents, Accidents, and Complex Systems by Barry Strauch, 2004-01
  2. Intelligent Complex Adaptive Systems
  3. Analysis and Control of Complex Nonlinear Processes in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Complex Systems)
  4. Complex Systems, Volume LXXXV: Lecture Notes of the Les Houches Summer School 2006 (Les Houches) (Les Houches)
  5. Applications of Complex Adaptive Systems
  6. Complex Systems Science in Biomedicine (Topics in Biomedical Engineering. International Book Series)
  7. Organizational Survival in the New World: The Intelligent Complex Adaptive System (KMCI Press) by Alex Bennet, David Bennet, 2003-12-19
  8. Modeling and Control of Complex Systems (Control Engineering)
  9. The Physics of Traffic: Empirical Freeway Pattern Features, Engineering Applications, and Theory (Understanding Complex Systems) by Boris S. Kerner, 2004-12-22
  10. Multidisciplinary Methods for Analysis, Optimization and Control of Complex Systems (Mathematics in Industry / The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry)
  11. Organizations as complex adaptive systems: Implications of Complexity [An article from: The Leadership Quarterly] by M. Schneider, M. Somers, 2006-08-01
  12. Combinations of Complex Dynamical Systems (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Kevin M. Pilgrim, 2003-12-05
  13. Uncertainty and Surprise in Complex Systems: Questions on Working with the Unexpected (Understanding Complex Systems)
  14. Stepping in Wholes: Introduction to Complex Systems by Jim Ollhoff, Michael Walcheski, 2002-06

41. Ilya Prigogine Center For Studies In Statistical Mechanics & Complex Sytems
(c) 1999 Ilya Prigogine Center for Studies in Statistical Mechancs and complex systems. Powered by Apache .
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to find out. May 28, 2003 - The Passing of Dr. Ilya Prigogine
Spring 2004 Workshop:

"Complexity Science and the Exploration of the Emerging World"
The People of the Center

Meet the research faculty and staff at the Center, and learn about their latest projects and publications. You can find a biography of the late Nobel Laureate Ilya Prigogine here, as well as Acting Director and Prof. Linda Reichl , Prof. Alex de Lozanne , Prof. Allan MacDonald , Prof. Qian Niu , Senior Research Scientist Tomio Petrosky , Prof. W. C. Schieve , Professor Chih-Kang (Ken) Shih , Prof. E.C.G. Sudarshan, Assoc. Prof. Jack Turner , Affiliate Prof. Reuben McDaniel , and an e-mail directory of the Center's personnel. The Center's Bookshelf
Many Center members have written books on a variety of scientific subjects, including chaos, the Arrow of Time, and the many-body problem. Follow this link to find out about these books and how to order them online. Download an E-Print
Looking for a copy of an electronic preprint of one of the Center's publications? You can find several of the latest ones here. Our Educational Annex
Want to learn what Chaos means? Want to learn how the planets of the

42. Networks And Nonlinear Dynamics Group
Networks and Nonlinear Dynamics Group, Department of Mathematics. Control, prediction and optimisation of complex systems. Systems looked at include road traffic, telecoms traffic and production data from noisy realworld industrial processes.
Major Projects
Older Projects
Other Information

Welcome to the web pages for the Networks and Nonlinear Dynamics Group The Group was formally launched on the 4th October 1999, with a welcome and gathering for many of our past, present and future partners. The Networks and Nonlinear Dynamics Group is a new research group in the Department of Mathematics at the University of York , formed by the merging of two existing groups in the department: Mike Smith's York Network Control group and Maurice Dodson's Nonlinear Dynamics group.

43. CMIT - Complex Systems Integration
CSIRO complex systems Integration (CCSI) offers expertise in systems theory, complex systems science and systems integration methodologies We have projects on
CSIRO Complex Systems Integration (CCSI) offers expertise in systems theory, complex systems science and systems integration methodologies We have projects on high speed machine vision, manufacturing systems, industrial automation, field robotics and environmental management, to develop intelligent machines and business networks with high degree of robustness, stability and performance. CCSI brings a commitment to safeguarding assets and improving the ecological balance through all internal and external elements of an enterprise.
The CCSI Team
The CCSI team comprises 47 engineers and scientists ready to provide prototype solutions, products, methods and software tools for a wide range of applications in industrial systems and infrastructure management. Our core disciplines include:
  • Engineering physics Artificial intelligence Automation, robotics, computer vision 3D imaging Signal diagnostics Software engineering, knowledge-based computer systems Applied mathematics, operations research Transport Engineering, City Logistics, spatial analysis modelling

44. Dynamical Networks In Complex Systems 2001
Topics of interest include complex economic or social interactions, as well as networks include molecular networks in the genome and the immune system, as well
International Conference on
Dynamical Networks in Complex Systems
A Europhysics Conference by the European Physical Society (Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division)
July 25-27, 2001
University of Kiel, Germany
Scope of the conference Pressemitteilung (press info, in german) Networks of many interacting units are observed in complex systems from such diverse areas as physics, biology, economics, ecology, and computer science. This conference brings together researchers from different disciplines interested in dynamics of networks and their structure, as well as those interested in new theoretical concepts to model, predict, and control network structure and dynamics. Topics of interest include complex economic or social interactions, as well as networks in communication and traffic, and the internet. Biological topics include molecular networks in the genome and the immune system, as well as neural networks and ecological webs. The frame of the conference is formed by the common underlying principles of network dynamics and their theoretical description. Theoretical topics include modeling networks as dynamical systems, network morphogenesis and self-organization, as well as new graph theoretical aspects and network reconstruction from experimental data. Conference presentations will provide an overview of the phenomenology of networks with new findings from different fields and will draw a state-of-the-art picture of theoretical methods and approaches. One important goal of the conference is to initiate interdisciplinary exchange between researchers, both experimentalists and theorists, in this new emerging field.

45. CSIRO Complex Systems Science Home Page
complex systemS SCIENCE. EMERGING SCIENCE AREA. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. CSIRO complex systems

46. Home Page Of Carlos Trenado
Includes education, lecture notes, hobbies and photos. Interested in complex systems, dynamical systems and optimal control.
Home page of Carlos Trenado in the
Mathematics Department of NMSU
Mailing Address: Department of Mathematical Sciences, New Mexico State University Po.Box. 30001. Department 3MB, Las Cruces NM 88003-001.
Office: WH-39.
Phone: (505)-6466267, (505)-532-6214 (home).
Home Address: 1140 Monte Vista #7, Las Cruces NM 88001, USA.
Math Projects
  • "Distribution Theory and Ordinary Differential Equations": dvi file
  • "Existence of Solutions for Navier Stokes Equations": dvi file
  • Molecular sequence structure of proteins.
  • Bachelor's Science Thesis:``Theory of existence for optimal control problems with delays in the control functions'' (Spanish), (1999).
  • "Evaporation of fluids in Aeronautics" Proceedings of the Pacific Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Simon Fraser University, Vancouver CA (2002).
  • "Variational Problem in Geophysics" proposed by Talisman Energy Company, Industrial Problem Solving Workshop Proceedings of the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences and the University of British Columbia, Vancouver CA (to appear (2002)).
Recent Activities:

47. CSIRO Centre For Complex Systems Science
complex systemS SCIENCE. The centre also supports a range of linkage activities to ensure crossfertilisation between groups working on complex system science.
COMPLEX SYSTEMS SCIENCE EMERGING SCIENCE AREA Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation About the Centre What is the CSIRO Centre for Complex Systems Science? The Centre for Complex Systems Science was established through the CSIRO Emerging Science Initiative. It acts as a virtual centre with a small core group in Canberra, supported projects throughout CSIRO and a range of linkage activities. The main activity of the centre is through funding projects in CSIRO Divisions. The centre also supports a range of linkage activities to ensure cross-fertilisation between groups working on complex system science. The linkage activities include working groups in specific complex system science areas. Link to summary of activities of the Centre. The centre is managed by an executive, with oversight by a science board. The emerging science areas report to the Emerging Science Oversight Committee chaired by Michael Barber (Executive Director, Science Planning). Description of operation and governance (150 kB pdf).

48. Intelligent Living Systems, Brandeis Complex Systems
Encyclopedia Britannica online; complex systems; ANU Bioinformatics; Dynamics of cooperation at Xerox Parc. A very impressive research
Intelligent Systems
It is impossible that man should not be a part of nature, or that he should not follow her general order -Spinoza
What is Life?
Life AI Future References In Star Trek there is often a scene where the captain asks the first officer to "scan for signs of life". But how would one build such a detector. The question about what is life reaches into the question over who we are, since obviously we are living. What is this thing which is life? How is it different to inert objects such as rocks and so forth? If we desire to build artificial intelligence, the basic principles upon which life is founded must be analysed. In the 1944 the Nobel prize winning physicist, Erwin Schrödinger wrote up his thoughts about living systems in a book titled, What is life? He observed that:
  • living systems tend to preserve their structure over time. The Laws of thermodynamics only permit average entropy to increase, yet biological systems can do the reverse (maintain order). Tornadoes are similar order-maintaining phenomena. Schrodinger thought that perhaps living systems maintained orde by 'consuming order' from the surrounding environment.
  • the molecular structure of living matter is far more complex than inorganic.
  • 49. Symposium
    The symposium Understanding complex systems is designed to bring together researchers from many academic disciplines and industry and stimulate cross
    C S O Y M S P T L E E M X S
    Symposium Focus this year: Networks
    May 17-20, 2004
    Department of Physics
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Audio Recordings The symposium Understanding Complex Systems is designed to bring together researchers from many academic disciplines and industry and stimulate cross-disciplinary research activities. A small group of distinguished invited speakers will introduce key complex systems concepts in the context of their discipline. These invited plenary talks are on a 'Scientific American' level. Three hands-on tutorials are in parallel with technical sessions, covering the most recent research findings. The organizers will provide information about funding opportunities for complex systems research and promote linkages for interdisciplinary proposals. Keywords: networks (regulatory, cellular, molecular, metabolic, neural, computer, signaling, social, production), food webs, bio-informatics, systems biology, cybernetics, artificial life, evolving societies, adaptive agent systems, evolution, attractors far from equilibrium, rare events, avalanches, self-assembly and self-repair of complicated materials, chaos, fractals, cellular automata, genetic algorithms, adaptive computation, data mining, game theory, fuzzy logic. Keynote Talk:
    Stephen Wolfram
    , Wolfram Reseach, Champaign After Dinner Talk:
    Richard H. Herman

    50. Links On Complexity, Self-organization And Artificial Life
    Boids , Flocks, Herds, and Schools a Distributed Behavioral Model; The Swarm simulation system a software system for complex system simulation devloped at SFI;
    Links on Complexity, Self-organization and Artificial Life
    Complexity, Self-Organization

    51. Sumeet Gupta's Neural Network Page
    Includes related fields like genetic algorithms, fuzzy logic, adaptive computing and complex systems and descriptions of each site.
    Sumeet's Neural Network Page
    Actually you will find much more than just Neural Nets here. Sites on related topics such as neuroscience, genetic algorithms,fuzzy logic, artficial life etc. have also been listed. Sorry but you will have to do the sorting yourself. You might want to visit my homepage Aberdeen Electronics Research Group - Look out for the Computational Intelligence Research and publications on neural networks and hybrid systems. Adaptive Simulated Annealing (ASA) : Code and related preprints. Lester Ingber. Alberta - Biological Computation Project : Research and references on the motion correspondence problem, the value unit connectionist architecture, network interpretation, redundant networks, medical diagnosis, and issues in cognitive science. Amsterdam - Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group - Robotics and Neurocomputing : Research papers, preprints, introductory textbook on neural networks. Antwerp - Born Bunge Foundation - Theoretical Neurobiology Unit : Realistic models of neurons to explore the function of the nervous system, particularly the mammalian cerebellum. Artificial Life Bibliography : Maintained by Ezequiel A Di Paolo at University of Sussex.

    How Can Evolution Cause Irreducibly complex systems? This system is Irreducibly Complex. Each example shows that stepby-step evolution can arrive at an Irreducibly Complex system.

    53. CoSCo - Complex Systems Computation Group
    complex systems Computation Group. CoSCo. NEW! Position open for a postdoc and/or researcher in the Next Generation Information Retrieval team Read more.
    Complex Systems Computation Group
    NEW! Position open for a postdoc and/or researcher in the Next Generation Information Retrieval team
    Read more
    Wray Buntine will give an invited talk "Intelligent Open Source Search" at ICDM-04

    Wray Buntine gives an invited talk on "Automatic Programming for Learning" at ILP 2004
    ILP 2004

    Professor Henry Tirri was selected as a Program Co-chair of the 2003 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI 2004)
    Professor Henry Tirri gives a Keynote Talk on " "Networked: The New Science of Collaborative Giftedness" at ECHA'04

    Professor Henry Tirri gives a Keynote Talk on "Fundamental Challenges of Next Generation Information Retrieval" at ICETE2004
    Alvis kick-off meeting
    Professor Henry Tirri gives a talk "Needle from a Yottabyte - how does a search engine work?" at TIEDE03 lecture series (Heureka) TIEDE03 events Wray Buntine gives an invited talk "Intelligent Open Source Search" at IS-03 conference (Ljubjana, Slovenia) INFORMATION SOCIETY 2003 IS-03 Professor Henry Tirri will give an invited talk "Predictive probability models: A unified approach to Mobile device positioning" at International Symposium on Location Based Systems (Hong Kong) International Symposium on Location Based Systems Professor Henry Tirri gives a talk "On Future Search Engine Technologies" at the FENIX Tehnology Programme seminar Seminar programme Hannes Wettig presents the paper "Supervised Learning of Bayesian Network Parameters Made Easy" at IJCAI-03 conference (Acapulco, Mexico)

    54. Evolution Of Complexity - HOME
    read then there are many. an essay on the evolution of complex systems; many papers, and; hyper essays on complexity and evolution.
    Complexity, Self-Emergence, Evolution, Artificial Life I am interested in complexity, self-emergence, ALife. I think these issues will profile the future of computing. A system based on evolution might be able to generate smart designs (i.e. Nature). In the future, when the greedy random number needs of the genetic algorithms can be satisfied by chaotic series via quantum properties of micro design, the speed of evolutionary systems will be beyond our imagination, far surpassing the speed that can be possible by massive parallelism only. The challenge is there waiting to be solved. I will be pleased if you comment on my thoughts about facing this challenge, which is also my PhD thesis work at Bogazici University Computer Engineering Department If you are looking for papers to read then there are many

    STRUCTURE AND CHANGE IN complex systemS. by Wallace H. Provost Jr. INTRODUCTION As thought ascends to ever higher levels, previously
    by Wallace H. Provost Jr.
    As thought ascends to ever higher levels, previously valid premises must yield to more comprehensive points of view, . William N. Johnston In 1958 I moved my family to a small village in the Berkshires, convinced that the danger of a nuclear holocaust was too great to chance remaining in the city. In the 1960s everyone was convinced that early in the twenty-first century the population of the world would reach the point where people would be standing on each others shoulders. Now, as I am writing this in the 1980s it appears that our crystal balls have turned into pits of despair. Even the most optimistic projections fail to present a reasonable course that will carry the human race into the twenty- first century without major cultural upheaval, In fact, aside from a few political dreamers, I don't even find anyone predicting 1983 except as an economic disaster area. Being an optimist, it is my strong feeling that the reasons for all of this negative reaction to the course of human history is our lack of understanding of human culture and human cultural change. In my search for this understanding, I find that it is likely that our quandary is deeper than just social and cultural systems, that what we seem to lack is a good understanding of complex systems in general. .

    56. Complex Systems And Soft Materials Program In Norway
    NORSK VERSJON. A Science Program in Norway complex systems and Soft Materials. The complex systems and Soft Materials Program is a
    A Science Program in Norway
    Complex Systems and Soft Materials
    The Complex Systems and Soft Materials Program is a collaborative effort between three research groups in Norway: The Complex Systems and Soft Materials Group at the University of Oslo, the Complex Systems and Soft Materials Group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and the Physics Department at the Institute for Energy Technology (IFE). Since January 2003 we have been awarded funds and status as a STRATEGIC UNIVERSITY PROGRAM (SUP) in Norway by the Norwegian Research Council (NFR). This grant is given based on a thorough evaluation of our work by a group of renowned international experts. The SUP grant is a formal recognition of the importance of our research to the international as well as to the Norwegian society. Our focus is the physics of soft condensed matter and collective phenomena in mesoscopic and macroscopic systems. An example of soft condensed matter is clay. It is soft, i.e. macroscopically non-crystalline, and it shows a fantastic richness in behavior under different conditions. Given that the world is full of clay, it is surprising how little is known about its physical properties. An example of a collective phenomenon in a macroscopic physical system is that of fracture: When a material is failing under stress, fractures develop due to the stress field. The stress field in turn develops due to the fractures. It becomes a bootstrap process, and this is the meaning of a collective phenomenon.

    57. Complex Systems Research
    complex systems Research. Fractals, Self NSW, Australia. Also in complex systems 96 From Local Interactions to Global Phenomena.
    Complex Systems Research
    Fractals, Self-Organisation, Biological and Chemical Complexity, Nonlinearity, Branching Networks, Nanotechnology, Molecular Computing, Information Science, Art and Design
    S. cerevisiae cultured and differentially stained on CD. view gallery May 25 th , 2004 - Publication List for Dr Cameron L Jones one page overview in pictures audio, graphics and movies generated with molecular computing Interested in Higher Degree Research at PhD Level?
    JONES, C.L. (2004). Sound and Image Processing with Optical Bio-Nanocomputers: Implications for Molecular Computing of Digital Information. Problems of Nonlinear Analysis in Engineering Systems. No.1(20), v10: p.1-15 (in Russian p.16-21). PDF Extended Abstract PDF Preprint (~9MB) Journal Website JONES, C.L. (2004). A Rapid Method for Website Graphic Design Using Optical Bio-Computing . (Rapid Methods). ASM 2004 Annual Scientific Meeting. 26 September-1 October, Sydney, Australia. Australian Society for Microbiology. JONES, C.L. (2004). Exploiting the Surface Plasmon Resonance Effect Using Recordable Compact Discs for Gram-Stain Cell Classification. (Public Health Microbiology). ASM 2004 Annual Scientific Meeting.

    58. Complex Systems And Artificial Life, Dortmund
    Department of Computer Science, Chair of System Analysis, complex systems and Artificial Life group. Research and academic activities concerning Complex Adaptive Systems, Artificial Life and Emergent Computation.
    Artificial Life
    Chair of
    Systems Analysis
    Department of
    Computer Science

    W elcome to the Artificial Life and Complex Systems Page at the Chair of System Analysis, Department of Computer Science, University of Dortmund, Germany. H ere you can find an overview of our research and academic activities concerning Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) Artificial Life (AL) and Emergent Computation as well as collection of links to related places. AL-Activities
    at Dortmund Overview
    BinSys Project

    Socionics Project

    Other Projects
    Getting Started
    with AL
    Introduction The Artificial Life FAQ Books to start with ... The web-page to start with ... ... An applet as "first contact" AL-Links Artificial life in germany Resource-Lists Unmaintained collected links AL-Dates German Workshop on AL Artificial Life Treff This page has been last recently mofified by: Peter Dittrich

    59. Complex Systems Media Home
    complex systems Media Home. Science. A complex system is really then just a set of nested patterns of meaning that function as an integrated whole!

    Complex Systems Media: Home
    chaos, fractals, self-organization
    technology news and reviews

    chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology

    cross-disciplinary studies
    visual and performing arts
    the "art of fashion" in pop culture

    mp3 resources, digital audio/video

    new art methods
    digital-human interactivity
    pattern formation and image processing
    novel computing paradigms - e.g. molecular computation, biocomputing, quantum computation nano-biotechnology ... high performance computing
    • Media
    new media, multimedia, micromedia digital-media construction/deconstruction
    • Biological
    biomedical engineering
    • Social
    social science digital culture and sociology interviews, WEV-TV, streaming content, online media (discussion forums) virtual environments, and other allied concepts ... media marketing
    • Business
    increasing returns news advances in engineering
    • Education
    online education
    • Number
    novel advances in pure/applied mathematics
    • a-Life
    artificial life artificial intelligence Coming Soon: FREE STUFF SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS COMPETITIONS CSM in the Media Find this: any language English Chinese Czech Danish Dutch Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hebrew Hungarian Icelandic Italian Japanese Korean Latvian Lithuanian Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Spanish Swedish Type or paste text or Web address (beginning with http://) here: Translate from: English to French English to German English to Italian English to Portuguese English to Spanish French to English German to English Italian to English Spanish to English Portuguese to English

    60. Cybernetics, Systems Theory, And Complexity
    Whitaker); Introduction to complex systems (David Kirshbaum). Resources. Gregory Semiotics; Yogesh Malhotra complex systems Research page. Complexity
    Martin Ryder
    University of Colorado at Denver
    School of Education
    Cybernetics, Systems Theory and Complexity
    related pages: enactivism memetics Corollary Sources
    Some Basics
    • Bollen (1995) Adaptive Hypertext Networks
  • Geyer (1994) The Challenge of Sociocybernetics
  • Francis Heylighen
  • Kevin Kelly
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