The Santa Fe Institute has posted the papers from their 2014 Complex Systems Summer School - and they have made the first batch of them (more to come) available online as a free PDF downloads. Links for contacting the authors are available at the SFI site (here).
Oct. 8, 2014
Proceedings from the 2014 Complex Systems Summer School are now posted, complete with a network map of the students’ collaborations. The students welcome comments and feedback.
Included in the proceedings are an exemplary set of more than two dozen papers -- more than half of which are being considered for publication.
Some of the topics: Can simple models reproduce complex transportation networks? What are the non-linear effects of pesticides on food dynamics? What role do fractals and scaling play in finance models?
Pursue these and other compelling questions by visiting the CSSS proceedings on the alumni page of SFI's website.
Alberto Antonioni, Luis A. Martinez-Vaquero, Nicholas Mathis, Leto Peel, and Massimo Stella --
Brais Alvarez, Matthew Ayres, Alireza Goudarzi, Francesca Lipari, and Vipin P. Veetil -
Brais Alvarez, Alireza Goudarzi, Leonhard Horstmeyer, Francesca Lipari --
Brais Alvarez-Pereira, Matthew Ayres, Ana María Gomez Lopez, Shai Gorsky, Sean Hayes, Zhi Qiao, Jessica Santana --
Cecilia S. Andreazzi Alberto Antonioni, Alireza Goudarzi, Sanja Selakovic, and Massimo Stella --
Elizabeth Lusczek, Nhat Nguyen, Sanja Selakovic, Brian Thompson - Non-Linear Effects of Pesticides on Food Web Dynamics - - Coming soon
Fahad Khalid, Emília Garcia-Casademont, Sarah Laborde, Claire Lagesse, Elizabeth Lusczek --
Flavia M. D. Marquitti, Degang Wu, Luis A. M. Vaquero, Massimo Stella, Alberto Antonioni, Claudius Graebner, and Blaž Krese --
In Publication Process: Links will appear upon publication
Alberto Antonioni, Alex Brummer, Morgan Edwards, Bernardo Alves Furtado, James Holdener, Michael Kalyuzhny, Claire Lagesse, Diana LaScala-Gruenewald, Yu Liu, Rohan Mehta - Can simple models reproduce complex transportation networks: Human cities and ant colonies -
Blaž Krese, Sarah Marzen, Cornelia Metzig, Zhi Qiao, Vipin P. Veetil - Fractals and Scaling in Finance: a comparison of two models -
Brais Alvarez-Pereira, Catherine Bale, Bernardo Alves Furtado, James E. Gentile , Claudius Graebner, Heath Henderson, and Francesca Lipari - Social Institutions and Economic Inequality Modeling the onset of the Kuznets Curve -
Claire Lagesse and Alireza Goudarzi - Structural Robustness in Road Networks -
Cole Mathis, Yu Liu, José Aguilar-Rodríguez, Stojan Davidovic, Rohan Mehta, Emília Garcia-Casademont, Zhi Qiao, Ali Kharrazi, Renske Vroomans, Sean M. Gibbons -The tradeoff between division of labor and robustness in complex, adaptive systems is shaped by environmental stability -
Cornelia Metzig, Diego R. Barneche, Michael Kalyuzhny - Toward a joint unified framework to understanding biodiversity -
Ellsworth M. Campbell, Morgan R. Edwards, Jennifer K. Hellmann, Lin Li, Nicolas K. Scholtes - Financial stability through self-quarantine vs. system regulation in the interbank market -
Emilia Garcia-Casademont, Shai Gorsky, Claudius Gräbner, Sarah Laborde, Luis Martinez-Vaquero - Three approaches to model one complex social-ecological system: Conceptual and methodological insights from studying the proliferation of fishing techniques in the Logone Floodplain in Cameroon -
Fahad Khalid, Diana LaScala-Gruenewald, Ana María Gomez Lopez, Renske Vroomans, Stojan Davidovic, Zhi Qiao - Is Evolution a Software Engineer? A Case-based Comparative Analysis of Biological and Software Systems -
Hiroshi Ashikaga, Jose Aguilar-Rodriguez, Shai Gorsky, Elizabeth Lusczek, Flavia Maria Darcie Marquitti, Brian Thompson, Degang Wu, Joshua Garland - Information Theory of the Heart -
Jennifer Hellmann, Leonhard Horstmeyer, Lin Li, Anna Olson, and Stefan Pfenninger - Network Analysis of Interdisciplinary Research in the Physical Sciences -
Jose Aguilar-Rodrıguez, Leto Peel, Massimo Stella - The topology of an empirical genotype-phenotype map: Genotype networks of transcription factor binding sites -
Junjian Qi, Stefan Pfenninger, Ali Kharrazi, Cecilia S. Andreazzi - Controlling the Self-organizing Dynamics in Sandpile Models by Failure Tolerance and Applications to Economic and Ecological Systems -
Bios of the CSSS 2014 Participants can be found