2008

Unifying Themes in Complex Systems

Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Complex Systems

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ISBN: 978-3-540-85080-9 (Print) 978-3-540-85081-6 (Online)

Table of contents (77 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiv

  2. Methods

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      Pages 1-1

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      Emergence, Intrinsic Structure of Information, and Agenthood

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      Deep and Broad are the Laws of Emergence?

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      On an irreducible theory of complex systems

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      Pages 27-33

      Measuring and Tracking Complexity in Science

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      Pages 34-41

      Data-Driven Modeling of Complex Systems

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      Modelling Complex Systems by Integration of Agent-Based and Dynamical Systems Models

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      On Elementary and Algebraic Cellular Automata

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      Pages 58-65

      Dual phase evolution — a mechanism for self-organization in complex systems

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      A new measure of heterogeneity of complex networks based on degree sequence

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      Pages 74-81

      Are technological and social networks really different?

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      Pages 82-89

      Evolutional family networks generated by group-entry growth mechanism with preferential attachment and their features

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      Pages 90-97

      Estimating the dynamics of kernel-based evolving networks

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      Pages 98-105

      Consensus Problems on Small World Graphs: A Structural Study

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      Pages 106-113

      Complex Knowledge Networks and Invention Collaboration

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      Pages 114-121

      Complexity, Competitive Intelligence and the “First Mover” Advantage

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      Pages 122-129

      Mobility of Innovators and Prosperity of Geographical Technology Clusters: A longitudinal examination of innovator networks in telecommunications industry

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      Pages 130-137

      Adaptive capacity of geographical clusters: Complexity science and network theory approach

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      Pages 138-145

      Corporate Strategy an Evolutionary Review

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      Pages 146-153

      Towards an evaluation framework for complex social systems

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      Pages 154-161

      Operational Synchronization

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