This article is from the Fractal FAQ, by Ermel Stepp email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
Emerging paradigms of thought encompassing fractals, chaos,
nonlinear science, dynamic systems, self-organization, artificial life,
neural networks, and similar systems comprise the science of complexity.
Several helpful online resources on complexity are:
Institute for Research on Complexity
The site life.anu.edu.au [18.104.22.168] has a collection of fractal
programs, papers, information related to complex systems, and gopher and
World Wide Web connections.
The ftp path is life.anu.edu.au:/pub/complex_systems ; (look in
fractals, tutorial, and anu92).
The gopher path is:
The Word Wide Web access is
http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~ale/cplxsys.html Complex Systems
http://jaguar.cssr.uiuc.edu/CCSRHome.html Complex Systems Research
http://life.anu.edu.au/ci/ci,html Complexity International Journal or
ftp://xyz.lanl.gov/ Nonlinear Science Preprints
Nonlinear Science Preprints via emaiL:
To subscribe to public bulletin board to receive announcements of the
availability of preprints from Los Alamos National Laboratory, send email
to firstname.lastname@example.org containing the sole line of text: