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I. Lugo and Gershenson, C., Decoding Road Networks into Ancient Routes: The Case of the Aztec Empire in Mexico, in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Complex Sciences: Theory and Applications {(COMPLEX 2012)}, vol. 126, K. Glass, Ed. Berlin, Germany: Springer, 2014, pp. 228–233.
C. Gershenson, Design and Control of Self-organizing Systems, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium, 2007.
C. Gershenson, Design and Control of Self-organizing Systems. Mexico: CopIt Arxives, 2007.
C. Gershenson and Rosado, J., Dolor, placebos y complejidad, in Actualidades en el manejo del dolor y cuidados paliativos, S. Bistre-Cohén, Ed. Mexico: Editorial Alfil, 2014.PDF icon dolor.pdf (121.87 KB)
C. Gershenson, El Juego de la Vida En 3D, in Memorias X Congreso Nacional {ANIEI}, Monterrey, México, 1997.
C. Gershenson, Enfrentando a la Complejidad: Predecir vs. Adaptar, in Complèxica: cervell, societat i llengua des de la transdisciplinarietat, Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, 2015, pp. 25–38.
C. Gershenson, Enfrentando a la Complejidad: Predecir vs. Adaptar, in Complejidad y Lenguaje, X. Martorell and Massip, A., Eds. 2011.
C. Gershenson, Epidemiolog{\'ıa y las Redes Sociales, Cirug{\'ıa y Cirujanos, vol. 79, pp. 199-200, 2011.
C. Gershenson and Lenaerts, T., Evolution of Complexity, Artificial Life, vol. 14, pp. 1–3, 2008.
C. Gershenson and Lenaerts, T., Evolution of Complexity: Introduction to the Workshop, in {ALife X} Workshop Proceedings, 2006, pp. 71–72.
C. A. Piña-García, Gu, D., Gershenson, C., J. Siqueiros-García, M., and Robles-Belmont, E., Exploring Dynamic Environments Using Stochastic Search Strategies, Research in Computing Science, vol. 121, pp. 43–57, 2016.PDF icon 14-Exploring Dynamic Environments Using Stochastic Search Strategies.pdf (764.5 KB)
C. Gershenson, Facing Complexity: Prediction vs. Adaptation, in Complexity Perspectives on Language, Communication and Society, A. Massip and Bastardas, A., Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 2013, pp. 3-14.
C. Gershenson, Hacia un sistema de salud autoorganizante y emergente, in Estado del Arte de la Medicina 2013-2014: Las ciencias de la complejidad y la innovación médica: Aplicaciones, E. Ruelas Barajas and Corona, R. Mansilla, Eds. Mexico: Academia Nacional de Medicina, 2015, pp. 245–254.PDF icon CG-SysSalud.pdf (204.02 KB)
C. Gershenson, Harnessing the Complexity of Education with Information Technology, Complexity, vol. 20, pp. 13–16, 2015.PDF icon 24-eduCx.pdf (146.08 KB)
C. Gershenson and Heylighen, F., How Can We Think the Complex?, in Managing Organizational Complexity: Philosophy, Theory and Application, K. Richardson, Ed. Information Age Publishing, 2005, pp. 47–61.
C. Gershenson, The Implications of Interactions for Science and Philosophy, Foundations of Science, vol. Early View, 2013.
C. Gershenson, Improving Urban Mobility by Understanding Its Complexity, in The Pursuit of Legible Policy: Encouraging Agency and Participation in the Complex Systems of the Contemporary Megalopolis, Mexico City, Mexico: {Buró–Buró, 2016, pp. 149–151.
C. Gershenson, Info-computationalism or Materialism? Neither and Both, Constructivist Foundations, vol. 9, pp. 241–242, 2014.
N. Fernández, Maldonado, C., and Gershenson, C., Information Measures of Complexity, Emergence, Self-organization, Homeostasis, and Autopoiesis, in Guided Self-Organization: Inception, M. Prokopenko, Ed. Springer, 2014, pp. 19-51.PDF icon InfoGSO.pdf (13.3 MB)
T. Froese, J. Siqueiros, M., Aguilar, W., Izquierdo, E. J., Sayama, H., and Gershenson, C., Introduction, in Proceedings of the Artificial Life Conference 2016, 2016, pp. 3–9.PDF icon 42-ALifeXV-Intro.pdf (681.92 KB)
C. Gershenson, Introduction to Random {Boolean} Networks, in Workshop and Tutorial Proceedings, Ninth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems {(ALife} {IX)}, Boston, MA, 2004, pp. 160–173.