Institut of Complex Systems Paris (ICSP)
Yves Burnod Project MATRICE
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- This second issue of the French Complex Systems Roadmap is the outcome of the Entretiens de Cargese 2008, an interdisciplinary brainstorming session organized over one week in 2008, jointly by RNSC, ISC-PIF and IXXI. It capitalizes on the first roadmap and gathers contributions of more than 70 scientists from major French institutions. The aim of this roadmap is to foster the coordination of the complex systems community on focused topics and questions, as well as to present contributions and challenges in the complex systems sciences and complexity science to the public, political and industrial spheres. ----- Paul Bourgine (ed.), David Chavalarias (ed.), Edith Perrier (ed.), Frederic Amblard, Francois Arlabosse, Pierre Auger, Jean-Bernard Baillon, Olivier Barreteau, Pierre Baudot, Elisabeth Bouchaud, Soufian Ben Amor, Hugues Berry, Cyrille Bertelle, Marc Berthod, Guillaume Beslon, Giulio Biroli, Daniel Bonamy, Daniele Bourcier, Nicolas Brodu, Marc Bui, Yves Burnod, Bertrand Chapron, Catherine Christophe, Bruno Clement, Jean-Louis Coatrieux, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Valerie Dagrain, Katia Dauchot, Olivier Dauchot, Francois Daviaud, Silvia De Monte, Guillaume Deffuant, Pierre Degond, Jean-Paul Delahaye, Rene Doursat, Francesco D'Ovidio, Marc Dubois, Berengere Dubruelle, Marie Dutreix, Robert Faivre, Emmanuel Farge, Patrick Flandrin, Sara Franceschelli, Cedric Gaucherel, Jean-Pierre Gaudin, Michael Ghil, et al. (35 additional authors not shown)
Subjects: Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems (nlin.AO) Cite as: arXiv:0907.2221 [nlin.AO] (or arXiv:0907.2221v1 [nlin.AO] for this version) Submission history From: David Chavalarias [view email]
David Chavalarias (CREA)
- 2. arXiv:nlin/0512048 [pdf]
Modeling Endogenous Social Networks: the Example of Emergence and Stability of Cooperation without Refusal Comments: 36 p Subjects: Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems (nlin.AO); Other Condensed Matter (cond-mat.other); Computer Science and Game Theory (cs.GT); Multiagent Systems (cs.MA); Other Computer Science (cs.OH); Other Quantitative Biology (q-bio.OT); Populations and Evolution (q-bio.PE)
- 3. arXiv:nlin/0508006 [pdf]
Metamimetic Games : Modeling Metadynamics in Social Cognition David Chavalarias (CREA) Comments: this http URL<br>ISSN-1460-7425 Journal-ref: Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation vol. 9, no. 2 (2006) 32 p Subjects: Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems (nlin.AO); Multiagent Systems (cs.MA); Cellular Automata and Lattice Gases (nlin.CG)
- 4. arXiv:nlin/0205067 [pdf, other]
Emergence of cooperation, network formation and selection of interactions David Chavalarias Comments: Deeply revised Subjects: Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems (nlin.AO)
- Global Systems Dynamics
- Prof. Jeffrey Johnson is Professor of Complexity Science and Design at the Open University. His PhD is in mathematics. He is a chartered software engineer and a chartered mathematician. He has extensive experience of distance teaching at the Open University having written major Computer Aided Learning packages and has various awards for his teaching. These include a British Computer Society medal for innovation in computer aided learning. He chairs three OU e-learning courses, and has presented a remote e-learning course for Romanian students.
Johnson is author or editor of five books and his latest, Hypernetworks in the science of complex systems, will be published by Imperial College Press in 2010. He has published many papers on many subjects applying and developing new methods in complex systems science. He is coordinator of the EC Coordination Action ASSYST, and has been Principal Investigator on a number of ESPRC projects. He is President of the Complex Systems Society and chair of its Education committee.
He is Rector of the International Digital University for Complex Systems in Paris. He is particularly interested in the application of new scientific methods in global systems dynamics to address policy issues, and through the ASSYST Project is working towards making links between science and its application to large complex policy problems in the private and public sectors.
Series on Complexity Science: Volume 3 Hypernetworks in the Science of Complex Systems By (author): Jeffrey Johnson (The Open University, UK)
About This Book E-Book Supplementary The modern world is complex beyond human understanding and control. The science of complex systems aims to find new ways of thinking about the many interconnected networks of interaction that defy traditional approaches. Thus far, research into networks has largely been restricted to pairwise relationships represented by links between two nodes. This volume marks a major extension of networks to multidimensional hypernetworks for modeling multi-element relationships, such as companies making up the stock market, the neighborhoods forming a city, people making up committees, divisions making up companies, computers making up the internet, men and machines making up armies, or robots working as teams.
This volume makes an important contribution to the science of complex systems by: (i) extending network theory to include dynamic relationships between many elements; (ii) providing a mathematical theory able to integrate multilevel dynamics in a coherent way; (iii) providing a new methodological approach to analyze complex systems; and (iv) illustrating the theory with practical examples in the design, management and control of complex systems taken from many areas of application.
Sample Chapter(s) Foreword (57 KB) Chapter 1: Introduction (584 KB) Contents: Introduction Sets and Relations Hypergraphs and the Galois Lattice Simplicial Complexes and Q-Analysis Backcloth and Traffic: Dynamics Constrained by Topology Hypernetworks Multilevel Systems Time, Events, Prediction and Forecasting Hypernetworks and Design Policy, Design, Planning and Science Notes and Reflections