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Tutorial offers
Cellular Automata Wed June 13 9 am
Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues !!NOTE NEW NEW NEW FINAL NEW NEW NEW TIME!! Tuesday, June 12, 7pm-7:50pm
Closure Under Inversion shifted to Tuesday, 19 June, 4:45 to 5:45 pm
Artificial Neural Networks Friday, June 15, 1-2P
Applications of non-commutative harmonic analysis Friday, June 15 2-4pm (provisional)
Intro to Game Theory Mon June 18, 7pm to 8:30pm
Evolutionary Game Theory 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
Stochastic search strategies and animal foraging
Human physiology or disease process
Wiki Tutorial 101: Ramp up and become a wikimaniac; learn the basics of wiki texting, discussions, etc.
UML for Complex Systems - how to address complexity/chaos in projects using the Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Social Choice Theory and the problem of collective rationality - Arrow Theorem and more...
Agent-Based Modeling: Non-Technical Overview and Applications
Programming without lines of code: a graphical approach to programming using LabVIEW
Simulating and analyzing biochemical networks with COPASI
Tutorial 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).
- 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.
- Agent-based models of social systems Non-Technical Introduction and Overview - see above offerings
- Mathematics of Stochastic Processes
- Stochastic Differential Equations (e.g., Ito Calculus)
- Speedreading
- Graph Theory [Gregor]
Completed Tutorials
Discussion of Finite State Machines
Consciousness and/or visual processing PPT available