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65 What is complexity?




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This article is from the sci.fractals FAQ, by Michael C. Taylor and Jean-Pierre Louvet with numerous contributions by others.

65 What is complexity?

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
http://webpages.marshall.edu/~stepp/vri/irc/irc.html

The site life.csu.edu.au has a collection of fractal programs, papers,
information related to complex systems, and gopher and World Wide Web
connections.

LIFE via WWW
http://life.csu.edu.au/complex/

Center for Complex Systems Research (UIUC)
http://www.ccsr.uiuc.edu/

Complexity International Journal
http://www.csu.edu.au/ci/ci.html

Nonlinear Science Preprints
http://xxx.lanl.gov/archive/nlin-sys

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 nlin-sys@xxx.lanl.gov containing the sole line of text:
subscribe your-real-name

The Complexity and Management Mailing List. For more information see
the web archive at http://HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM/archives/complex-m.html
or their lexicon of terms at http://lissack.com/lexicon/lexicon.html.

To subscribe:
http://home.ease.lsoft.com/scripts/wa.exe?SUBED1=complex-m or send a
message to list@lissack.com with the message "subscribe complex-m" in
the "body".

To send a message to the list, send them to COMPLEX@lissack.com or to
COMPLEX-M@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM.

 

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