TY - UNPB
T1 - Complexity Explained: A Grassroot Collaborative Initiative to Create a Set of Essential Concepts of Complex Systems.
Y1 - 2019
A1 - Manlio De Domenico
A1 - Chico Camargo
A1 - Carlos Gershenson
A1 - Daniel Goldsmith
A1 - Sabine Jeschonnek
A1 - Lorren Kay
A1 - Stefano Nichele
A1 - José Nicolás
A1 - Thomas Schmickl
A1 - Massimo Stella
A1 - Josh Brandoff
A1 - Ángel José Martínez Salinas
A1 - Hiroki Sayama
AB - Complexity science, also called complex systems science, studies how a large collection of components – locally interacting with each other at small scales – can spontaneously self-organize to exhibit non-trivial global structures and behaviors at larger scales, often without external intervention, central authorities or leaders. The properties of the collection may not be understood or predicted from the full knowledge of its constituents alone. Such a collection is called a complex system and it requires new mathematical frameworks and scientific methodologies for its investigation.
UR - https://complexityexplained.github.io
N1 - https://complexityexplained.github.io
ER -