Non‐Linear Dynamics, Complexity and Randomness: Algorithmic Foundations

@article{Velupillai2010NonLinearDC,
  title={Non‐Linear Dynamics, Complexity and Randomness: Algorithmic Foundations},
  author={Kumaraswamy Velupillai},
  journal={ERN: Theoretical Dynamic Models (Topic)},
  year={2010}
}
  • K. Velupillai
  • Published 1 July 2011
  • Mathematics
  • ERN: Theoretical Dynamic Models (Topic)
In this paper I make an attempt to describe, discuss and extend a few aspects of the rich mathematical tapestry that can be woven with rigorous notions of non‐linear dynamics, complexity and randomness, in terms of algorithmic mathematics. It is a tapestry that I try to weave with economic analysis, economic theory and economic modelling in mind. All three notions – that is, non‐linear dynamics, complexity and randomness – have a rich conceptual, modelling or analytic tradition in core areas of… 

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