2015 Complex Systems Summer School Proceedings

Proceedings:

Keith Burghardt1, Christopher Verzijl, Junming Huang Matthew Ingram ,Binyang Song, and Marie-Pierre Hasne - Testing Modeling Assumptions in the West Africa Ebola Outbreak 

Andrew Schauf, Jae Beum Cho, Masahiko Haraguchi, and Jarrod J. Scott - Discrimination of economic Input-Output networks using Persistent Homology 

Stefano Gurciullo, Michael Smallegan, María Pereda, Federico Battiston, Alice Patania, Sebastian Poledna, Daniel Hedblom, Bahattin Tolga Oztan - Complex Politics: A Quantitative Semantic and Topological Analysis of UK House of Commons Debates 

Sara Lumbreras, María Pereda, Ilaria Bertazzi, Alice Patania, Jean-Gabirel Young, Daniel Citron, Masahiko Haraguchi - 

Complex Systems Techniques applied to Power Transmission Expansion Planning. Introduction 

Complex Systems Techniques applied to Power Transmission Expansion Planning. Part I: Generating Random Networks that are Consistent with Power Transmission 

Complex Systems Techniques applied to Transmission Expansion Planning. Part II: An Agent-Based Model for Transmission Expansion Planning 

Complex Systems Techniques applied to Transmission Expansion Planning. Part III: Using Topological Information to Build More Robust Networks 

In Publication Process: Links will appear upon publication

John Thomas, Anna Zaytseva - Mapping Complexity/Human Knowledge as a Complex Adaptive System

Sara Lumbreras, Ilaria Bertazzi, Daniel Friedman, Glenn Magerman, Urs Braun, John Thomas, Sam Way - Music and the Brain

Sara Lumbreras, Penny Mealy, Christopher Verzijl, Samuel F. Way - -Quantifying Convergence in the Sciences

James Caton, Anna Zaytseva, Melissa Eitzel - An Individualist Theory of Collective Knowledge Creation

Jelle Bruineberg, Matthew Cobain, Tobias Morville, Matthew Osmond, Sussanne Pettersson, Margaret Simon, Martina Steffen - The Free-Energy Principle: What it is and how to use it

Melissa Viola Eitzel Solera, Chao Fan, Haitao Shang - Resilience and complexity in rural Zimbabwe: understanding households through extended kinship networks

Melissa Viola Eitzel Solera, Andre Veski, Kleber Tulio Neves, Oluwasola Omoju - Resilience and Complexity in Rural Zimbabwe: Land-use planning for a feedback-rich system using agent-based modeling

Bios of the CSSS 2015 Participants can be found here