Complex Systems Summer School 2017-Faculty Publications

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Complex Systems Summer School 2017

David Krakauer

Ten Avatars of Vishnu
Darwinian demons, evolutionary complexity, and information maximization

W. Brian Arthur

The End of Certainty in Economics
Complexity Economics: A Different Framework for Economic Thought
All Systems will be Gamed:Exploitive Behavior in Economic and Social Systems

Liz Bradley

Determinism, Complexity and Predictability in Computer Performance
On the Importance of Nonlinear Modeling in Computer Performance

Jim Crutchfield

Stability and Diversity in Collective Adaptation
The Dreams of Theory
Objects That Make Objects: The Population Dynamics of Structural Complexity

Simon DeDeo

Human Societies
Major Transitions in Political Order
Conflict and Computation on Wikipedia: a Finite-State Machine Analysis of Editor Interactions
Exploration and Exploitation of Victorian Science in Darwin's Reading Notebooks
The civilizing process in London’s Old Bailey
Group Minds and the Case of Wikipedia
Common Knowledge on Networks
Dynamical Structure of a Traditional Amazonian Social Network (see also Informal Summary.)
Collective phenomena and non-finite state computation in a human social system

Animal Societies
Social Feedback and the Emergence of Rank in Animal Society
Evidence of strategic periodicities in collective conflict dynamics
Inductive game theory and the dynamics of animal conflict

Some Theory
Nostalgia and the Laws of Nature
The evolution of lossy compression
Information Theory for Intelligent People
Effective theories for circuits and automata

J. Doyne Farmer

An Explanation of Universality in Growth Fluctuations
The Virtues and Vices of Equilibrium and the Future of Financial Economics
Heterogeneity, Correlations and Financial Contagion

Mirta Galesic

Social Learning in Complex Networks
Social Sampling Explains Apparent Biases in Judgments of Social Environments

Josh Garland

Determinism, Complexity and Predictability in Computer Performance
On the Importance of Nonlinear Modeling in Computer Performance

Stephen Guerrin

Emergence of Constraint in Self-Organizing Systems
Using Computer Games to Simulate Real-World Complex Problems

John Harte

How Information Theory Could Hold the Key to Quantifying Nature
Biodiversity Scales from Plots to Biomes with a Universal Species-Area Curve
Understanding the Global Environmental Crisis

Alfred Hubler

Order and Disorder in Open Systems
Famous Alligator Wrestling Video

Cosma Shalizi

Scaling and Hierarchy in Urban Economies
Quantifying Self-Organization with Optimal Predictors
Cosma's Notebook

Geoffrey West

Life's Universal Scaling Laws
Growth, Innovation, Scaling and the Pace of Life in Cities