66-107
DC Freshman Seminar: Modeling Complex Systems

Fall 2017
/ Dietrich College Interdisciplinary /

Pre-requisites: None
Co-requisites: None
Units: 9.0

Description

Most of the major issues confronting humanity---such as climate change, financial collapse, ecosystem survival, terrorism, and disease epidemics---are the result of complex systems where the interactions of the pieces of the system create a whole that is rather different thanany of its parts. Unfortunately, traditional scientific methods that focus on reducing systems to their parts and then analyzing each part provide little insight into such systems. This seminar explores the behavior of complex systems as well as how to model and understand them using both traditional tools and computer-based approaches.

Lectures

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['Miller, John']
today Tuesday, Thursday
access_time From 10:30AM to 11:50AM
explore PH A19A


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