"Complex systems" is an emerging field of science which generalises certain aspects of sociology, biology, physics and other traditional disciplines of science, as well as engineering, management, and medicine. It deals with systems composed of number of smaller units (complex particles) and studies their mutual interaction and their interaction with the system environment.
Agent-based computational economics.
A weblog and hub for the field of complex systems. Covers the science, engineering, history, and philosophy.
Dynamics and bifurcations of patterns in dissipative systems.
Introductory article with computer program samples.
A collection of annotated links.
An open-access resource for academics and practitioners working in finance and economics, physics, applied mathematics and computing.
Review of the Principia Cybernetica Project (long paper by F. Heylighen, 2000)
A world-wide organization collaboratively developing a computer-supported evolutionary-systemic philosophy, in the context of the transdisciplinary academic fields of systems science and cybernetics.
News, tutorials, data library, and information on conferences.
EuroWorkshop in association with the programme on 'Interaction and Growth in Complex Stochastic Systems'. Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK; 8--12 December 2003.
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