Book Review: Networks of the Brain

@article{Anwar2017BookRN,
  title={Book Review: Networks of the Brain},
  author={Fozia Anwar and Afifa Yousafzai and Muaz A. Niazi},
  journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={8}
}
Natural systems consisting of living systems as well as some artificial systems (Altamimi and Ramadan, 2016; Batool and Niazi, 2017) can be classified as Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) (Holland, 2012). These systems have complexity in terms of having nonlinear interactions between numerous agents—interactions which cannot be easily summarized. CAS also have some rather peculiar properties—they adapt such that individual agents do not matter—an example being of cells which can continually get… 
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