The Theory of Complex System

Fetishism and the Theory of Value: Reassessing Marx in the 21st Century  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Nov. 12, 2020
Fetishism and the Theory of Value: Reassessing Marx in the 21st Century

Desmond McNeill, "Fetishism and the Theory of Value: Reassessing Marx in the 21st Century "
English | ISBN: 3030561224 | 2021 | 341 pages | EPUB, PDF | 831 KB + 3 MB

In a Flight of Starlings: The Wonders of Complex Systems  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at July 11, 2023
In a Flight of Starlings: The Wonders of Complex Systems

In a Flight of Starlings: The Wonders of Complex Systems by Giorgio Parisi
English | July 11th, 2023 | ISBN: 059349315X | 144 pages | True EPUB | 4.78 MB

From the 2021 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, an enlightening and personal journey into the practice of groundbreaking science

A Concise Introduction to the Statistical Physics of Complex Systems  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at July 30, 2023
A Concise Introduction to the Statistical Physics of Complex Systems

A Concise Introduction to the Statistical Physics of Complex Systems by Eric Bertin
English | PDF | 2012 | 84 Pages | ISBN : 3642239226 | 0.85 MB

This concise primer (based on lectures given at summer schools on complex systems and on a masters degree course in complex systems modeling) will provide graduate students and newcomers to the field with the basic knowledge of the concepts and methods of statistical physics and its potential for application to interdisciplinary topics.

Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IV (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at Aug. 1, 2022
Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IV (Repost)

Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IV by Rick Riolo, Terence Soule, Bill Worzel
English | PDF | 2007 | 349 Pages | ISBN : 0387333754 | 19 MB

Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IV was developed from the fourth workshop at the University of Michigan’s Center for the Study of Complex Systems to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information related to the rapidly advancing field of Genetic Programming (GP). Contributions from the foremost international researchers and practitioners in the GP arena examine the similarities and differences between theoretical and empirical results on real-world problems. The text explores the synergy between theory and practice, producing a comprehensive view of the state of the art in GP application.

Theory of Orbits: Perturbative and Geometrical Methods  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at March 3, 2024
Theory of Orbits: Perturbative and Geometrical Methods

Theory of Orbits: Perturbative and Geometrical Methods by Dino Boccaletti , Giuseppe Pucacco
English | PDF | 1999 | 429 Pages | ISBN : 3540603557 | 32.7 MB

Half a century ago, S. Chandrasekhar wrote these words in the preface to his 1 celebrated and successful book: In this monograph an attempt has been made to present the theory of stellar dy­ namics as a branch of classical dynamics - a discipline in the same general category as celestial mechanics. [ … ] Indeed, several of the problems of modern stellar dy­ namical theory are so severely classical that it is difficult to believe that they are not already discussed, for example, in Jacobi's Vorlesungen. Since then, stellar dynamics has developed in several directions and at var­ ious levels, basically three viewpoints remaining from which to look at the problems encountered in the interpretation of the phenomenology. Roughly speaking, we can say that a stellar system (cluster, galaxy, etc.) can be con­ sidered from the point of view of celestial mechanics (the N-body problem with N» 1), fluid mechanics (the system is represented by a material con­ tinuum), or statistical mechanics (one defines a distribution function for the positions and the states of motion of the components of the system).

System theory, the schur algorithm and multidimensional analysis  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by insetes at June 12, 2021
System theory, the schur algorithm and multidimensional analysis

System theory, the schur algorithm and multidimensional analysis By Daniel Alpay, Victor Vinnikov
2007 | 330 Pages | ISBN: 3764381361 | PDF | 3 MB

Collectives and the Design of Complex Systems  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by insetes at Feb. 10, 2019
Collectives and the Design of Complex Systems

Collectives and the Design of Complex Systems By Kagan Tumer, David Wolpert (auth.), Kagan Tumer, David Wolpert (eds.)
2004 | 323 Pages | ISBN: 1461264723 | PDF | 9 MB

Theory of Orbits Volume 1: Integrable Systems and Non-perturbative Methods  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at March 3, 2024
Theory of Orbits Volume 1: Integrable Systems and Non-perturbative Methods

Theory of Orbits Volume 1: Integrable Systems and Non-perturbative Methods by Dino Boccaletti , Giuseppe Pucacco
English | PDF | 1996 | 401 Pages | ISBN : 3540589635 | 32.8 MB

Half a century ago, S. Chandrasekhar wrote these words in the preface to his l celebrated and successful book: In this monograph an attempt has been made to present the theory of stellar dy­ namics as a branch of classical dynamics - a discipline in the same general category as celestial mechanics. [ … J Indeed, several of the problems of modern stellar dy­ namical theory are so severely classical that it is difficult to believe that they are not already discussed, for example, in Jacobi's Vorlesungen. Since then, stellar dynamics has developed in several directions and at var­ ious levels, basically three viewpoints remaining from which to look at the problems encountered in the interpretation of the phenomenology. Roughly speaking, we can say that a stellar system (cluster, galaxy, etc.) can be con­ sidered from the point of view of celestial mechanics (the N-body problem with N » 1), fluid mechanics (the system is represented by a material con­ tinuum), or statistical mechanics (one defines a distribution function for the positions and the states of motion of the components of the system).

Elements of the Theory of Functions  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Dec. 13, 2020
Elements of the Theory of Functions

Elements of the Theory of Functions (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Konrad Knopp
2016 | ISBN: 0486601544 | English | 160 pages | EPUB | 20 MB

The Seneca Effect: Why Growth is Slow but Collapse is Rapid  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at May 6, 2020
The Seneca Effect: Why Growth is Slow but Collapse is Rapid

The Seneca Effect: Why Growth is Slow but Collapse is Rapid by Ugo Bardi
English | PDF(Repost),EPUB | 2017 | 219 Pages | ISBN : 3319572067 | 7.9 MB

The essence of this book can be found in a line written by the ancient Roman Stoic Philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca: "Fortune is of sluggish growth, but ruin is rapid". This sentence summarizes the features of the phenomenon that we call "collapse," which is typically sudden and often unexpected, like the proverbial "house of cards."