Complex Systems are an interdisciplinary subject of research and are used as the theoretical framework in a wide range of experimental fields such as economic and medical disciplines, as well as in mathematical and computer science studies.
A complex system is composed by a large number of elements that interact with other.
The microscopic interaction among the elements gives rise to a global behavior of the system that can be very different, and at times even counterintuitive, with respect to the evolution rules of the single parts.
The simulated system does not necessarily reproduce the real one in all the details. Indeed, it is rather a synthetic representation of the real world that portraits a subset of the real observables that are supposed to be relevant for the description of the process under investigation.
That is why in complex-systems research projects the most important task is to identify and select the relevant variables and the structural foundations of the system being simulated.
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The scientific study of complex systems offers a method for understanding how elements interact to give rise to global properties. Bringing together scholars and students from all fields, the Conference on Complex Systems will convene in September 17-22, 2017 in Latin America.
The first International Conference on Synthetic Populations to consolidate the emerging community of scientists and practitioners in this area and to contribute to the ongoing discussion from both the modeling and the computer science point of view.
The #CCS2016 has just started! From today until September 22, the International Conference for Complex Systems & Interdisciplinary Science will be held in Amsterdam with a full program of events and great speakers.
The SSC 2016 will be the 6th joint meeting (previously know as WCSS) of main societies for Social Simulation, Social Systems Science and Computational Social Science.
The conference will be held in Rome (Italy), September 19-23, 2016.
This workshop on PADABS is a satellite workshop of Euro-Par 2016, 22nd International European Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing that will be held in Grenoble, France (22-26 August, 2016).
An online course about Global Systems Science and Policy will start on September 5th on Future Learn platform. Through this resource you can learn how Global Systems Science can inform and model the impact of social, economic, political and environmental policy making.
The event will be held for the second year in Frankfurt, from June 19 to June 23, 2016. ISC High Performance is the Europe’s most important conference and networking event for the HPC community and CoeGSS will be among exhibitors.
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