Complex Adaptive Systems

@inproceedings{Holland2003ComplexAS,
  title={Complex Adaptive Systems},
  author={John H. Holland},
  year={2003}
}
Course Description: A graduate level introduction to selected topics in complex adaptive systems focusing on computational tools to simulate and measure complexity, and analysis of biological and social complex adaptive systems. Topics include definitions of complexity, cellular automata, evolution and genetic algorithms, dynamical systems, scaling and fractals, ant colonies and ant colony algorithms. 
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