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Introduction to the Theory of Complex Systems -

Introduction to the Theory of Complex Systems

By Stefan Thurner, Rudolf Hanel, Peter Klimek

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Complex systems are everywhere: ecosystems, financial markets, traffic, the economy, the internet and social media are complex systems. These systems are hard to understand and are often beyond our control and manageability. The science of complex systems tries to understand complex systems on the basis of physics, mathematics and computer science. A thorough study of these systems will allow us to understand their efficiency, robustness and their risk of collapse better. This book is a first step to learn the basic mathematical concepts behind complex systems. It is addressed to readers with a background in the quantitative sciences.

Product code: 9780198821939

ISBN 9780198821939
Publisher Oxford University Press
No. Of Pages 448
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H252xW177xS27
Complex systems are everywhere. Ecosystems, financial markets, traffic, the economy, the internet and social media are complex systems. This textbook summarizes our understanding of complex systems and the methodological progress made over the past 20 years in a clear, structured, and comprehensive way.