Complexity: The Emerging Science at the Edge of Order and Chaos

Author: M. Mitchell Waldrop

How has the universe created such complex structures as galaxies, planets, plants, animals and brains? Why does the economy work in unpredictable ways which cannot even be explained by economists? How can we account for such wonderfully intricate structures as the eye and kidney? This important and highly readable book shows how in all of these examples complex mechanisms….Read More

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