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==Tutorial offers==


[[Cellular Automata]]  
=== Week 3: June 18th to 22nd ===
Wed June 13 9 am
* [[Intro to Game Theory]] - DONE


[[Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues]]  
* [[ Closure Under Inversion]] - Tuesday, 19 June, 4:45 to 5:45 pm
!!NOTE NEW NEW NEW FINAL NEW NEW NEW TIME!! Tuesday, June 12, 7pm-7:50pm


[[ Closure Under Inversion]]  
* [[Evolutionary Game Theory]] - Wed June 20, 10:45am-12pm
shifted to Tuesday, 19 June, 4:45 to 5:45 pm


[[Artificial Neural Networks]]  
* [[Simulating and analyzing biochemical networks with COPASI]] - Wed June 20, 4:45-5:30pm
Friday, June 15, 1-2P


[[Applications of non-commutative harmonic analysis]]  
* [[UML for Complex Systems]] - Wed 20 June, 7-8:30pm
Friday, June 15 2-4pm (provisional)


[[Intro to Game Theory]]
* [[R Tutorial]] - Thursday, June 21, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Mon June 18, 7pm to 8:30pm


[[Evolutionary Game Theory]]
=== Week 4: June 25th to 29th  ===
Wed June 20, 10:45am-12pm
*


[[Introduction to Ecological Analysis]]


[[Self Organized Criticality]] Whose idea was this? Simon? Let's do it!!!


[[Complexity for the General Public]]
===Offers===
* [[Genetics (Biological)]]


[[Stochastic search strategies and animal foraging]]
* [[Introduction to Ecological Analysis]]


[[Human physiology or disease process]]
* [[Self Organized Criticality]] Whose idea was this? Simon? Let's do it!!!


[[AHP and ExpertChoice]]
* [[Human physiology or disease process]]


[[Wiki Tutorial 101]]: Ramp up and become a wikimaniac; learn the basics of wiki texting, discussions, etc.
* [[AHP and ExpertChoice]]


[[UML for Complex Systems]] - how to address complexity/chaos in projects using the Unified Modeling Language (UML)
* [[Wiki Tutorial 101]]: Ramp up and become a wikimaniac; learn the basics of wiki texting, discussions, etc.


[[Social Choice Theory and the problem of collective rationality]] - Arrow Theorem and more...
* [[Social Choice Theory and the problem of collective rationality]] - Arrow Theorem and more...


[[Net Assessment]]
* [[Net Assessment]]


[[Agent-Based Modeling: Non-Technical Overview and Applications]]
* [[Programming without lines of code: a graphical approach to programming using LabVIEW]]


[[Programming without lines of code: a graphical approach to programming using LabVIEW]]
* [[Nonlinear Physical Phenomena]]


[[Nonlinear Physical Phenomena]]
* [[Speedreading course]]


[[StataTutorial]]
* [[Discussion on Computational Mechanics]]


[[Simulating and analyzing biochemical networks with COPASI]]
* [[Graph Theory]] : I could offer this if I know what the main interests in this area are. [[Amitabh_Trehan]]


[[Speedreading course]]
* [[Use and Misuse of Null-Hypothesis Significance Testing]] - This is a really critical issue in many branches of science. I can give a tutorial on the correct way to do things if people are interested. [[Ryan_Chisholm]]


[[R Tutorial]]
===Requests===
 
==Tutorial requests==
*Introduction to machine learning and/or statistical learning
*Introduction to machine learning and/or statistical learning


*NetLogo (now that we know what cool stuff it can do, it'd be nice to get a hands-on tutorial; e.g. bring a laptop to the tutorial and have a guided try-this session).
*NetLogo (now that we know what cool stuff it can do, it'd be nice to get a hands-on tutorial; e.g. bring a laptop to the tutorial and have a guided try-this session).
  I totally agree. And some of us need this tutorial REAL SOON ! ( Saleha )


*Game theory, evolutionary game theory, stochastic game theory
*Game theory, evolutionary game theory, stochastic game theory
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*Graph Theory [[http://www.santafe.edu/events/workshops/index.php/Gregor_Obernosterer Gregor]]
*Graph Theory [[http://www.santafe.edu/events/workshops/index.php/Gregor_Obernosterer Gregor]]


==Completed Tutorials==
*[[Social Network Analysis Readings]]
 
=== Week 1: June 4th to 8th ===
* [[Discussion of Finite State Machines]] - Thur June 7th, 7-8:30pm
 
=== Week 2: June 11th to 15th  ===
* [[ Matlab tutorial ]] - Monday June 11th, 7-8:30pm
 
* [[Consciousness and/or visual processing]] - Tuesday June 12th, 9:15am-10:15am, PPT available
 
* [[Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues]] - Tuesday, June 12, 7pm-7:50pm
 
* [[Cellular Automata]] - Wed June 13th, 9 am
 
* [[Agent-Based Modeling: Non-Technical Overview and Applications]] - Thu 14 June, 4:45pm


[[Discussion of Finite State Machines]]
* [[Stochastic search strategies and animal foraging]] - Thu 14 June, 7-8pm


[[ Matlab tutorial ]]
* [[Artificial Neural Networks]] - Friday, June 15, 1-2P


[[Consciousness and/or visual processing]] PPT available
* [[Applications of non-commutative harmonic analysis]] - Friday, June 15 2-4pm (provisional)

Latest revision as of 07:54, 27 June 2007

CSSS Santa Fe 2007


Week 3: June 18th to 22nd

Week 4: June 25th to 29th


Offers

  • Wiki Tutorial 101: Ramp up and become a wikimaniac; learn the basics of wiki texting, discussions, etc.

Requests

  • Introduction to machine learning and/or statistical learning
  • NetLogo (now that we know what cool stuff it can do, it'd be nice to get a hands-on tutorial; e.g. bring a laptop to the tutorial and have a guided try-this session).
  I totally agree. And some of us need this tutorial REAL SOON ! ( Saleha )
  • Game theory, evolutionary game theory, stochastic game theory
  • Genetic algorithms -> I think GA's will be covered in the evolutionary computation lectures. But if not, I'd be happy to give an informal introduction. ->Josh
  • Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
  • Attractor Neural Networks
  • Control theory
  • Sequence Complexity/Information Theory [Gregor] -> Information theory will be covered by Tom_Carter in a late breaking session Friday 8th, 1.30. This will probably cover sequence complexity.
  • Mathematics of Stochastic Processes
  • Stochastic Differential Equations (e.g., Ito Calculus)
  • Speedreading

Week 1: June 4th to 8th

Week 2: June 11th to 15th