First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015

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Paul Bourgine, Pierre Collet, Pierre Parrend
Springer, Dec 24, 2016 - Science - 424 pages

This book contains the proceedings as well as invited papers for the first annual conference of the UNESCO Unitwin Complex System Digital Campus (CSDC), which is an international initiative gathering 120 Universities on four continents, and structured in ten E-Departments. First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015 features chapters from the latest research results on theoretical questions of complex systems and their experimental domains.

The content contained bridges the gap between the individual and the collective within complex systems science and new integrative sciences on topics such as: genes to organisms to ecosystems, atoms to materials to products, and digital media to the Internet.

The conference breaks new ground through a dedicated video-conferencing system – a concept at the heart of the international UNESCO UniTwin, embracing scientists from low-income and distant countries. This book promotes an integrated system of research, education, and training. It also aims at contributing to global development by taking into account its social, economic, and cultural dimensions.

First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015 will appeal to students and researchers working in the fields of complex systems, statistical physics, computational intelligence, and biological physics.

 

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Contents

Piaget Jung and Commons
1
POEMCOPA Collaborative Open Peer Assessment
15
A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Sport Performance Physical Education and Physical Activity
28
A Multiagent System Approach to LoadBalancing and Resource Allocation for Distributed Computing
41
Is the Lean Organisation a Complex System?
55
An Artificial Immune Ecosystem Model for Hybrid Cloud Supervision
71
Analysis of a Planetary Scale Scientific Collaboration Dataset Reveals Novel Patterns
85
A Formal Model to Compute Uncertain Continuous Data
91
Software is Not Fragile
202
A Challenge to Open Systems Problems
213
An Example with EcosystemsManagement
222
Entropy Earthquakes and Tumors
245
Sterically Stabilized Liposomes
254
Understanding and Modeling the Complexity of the Immune System
261
A Simple Paradigm for Nooconomics the Economy of Knowledge
271
On the Blue Economy in Terms of Knowledge Flow
283

A Social Science Gateway for Modeling Ethnographic Archaeological Historical Ecological and Biological Variables
98
A General Approach to the Linear Stability Analysis of Miscible Viscous Fingering in Porous Media
109
Viscosity Scaling in Hydrodynamic Instabilities in Porous Media
117
MOOC as a Complex System
124
Emerging Dance Movements Under Ecological Constraints in Contact Improvisation Dancers with Different Background
133
How Do Swimmers Modify Propulsive Action as a Function of Speed?
140
Emerging Collective Shared Behaviors from Individual Exploration in Football SmallSided Games
149
Matrimonial Patterns and TransEthnic Entities
156
Are Innovation Systems Complex Systems?
167
Dynamic Emissions Reduction from Vehicles with Technical and Behavioral Approach
174
Frontal Systems as Mechanisms of Fish Aggregation
183
Are We Oriented to a Transdisciplinary Science?
187
The Influence of Segmental and Global Motion Information on FollowtheLeader Coordination
190
From the Athlete Mouth to the Coach Hands
195
Lyapunov Exponents and Oceanic Fronts
199
Exploring the Synergy Between Motorists and Motorcyclists in Urban Mobilization
291
Synergetic Economics Scientifical Approaches of Synergistic Economic Networks and Systems
296
Synergy Drives the Evolutionary Dynamics in Biology and Economics
311
A Case Study in the Emergence of Recursive Phrase Structure
332
From Traces and Human Trace to HumanTrace Paradigm
337
Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging
351
A Key to Manage Supply Chain Complexity
375
Performance Improvement of Baggage Handling System in the SoekarnoHatta International Airport
383
Territory as a Narrative
385
Fractal Density and Singularity Analysis of Extreme GeoProcesses
395
Globalisation Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in Mozambique
406
Lagrangian Approach to Phytoplankton Mesoscale Biogeography in the Kerguelen Region
415
Erratum
420
Index
421
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About the author (2016)

Paul Bourgine is President of the Complex Systems Digital Campus (CS-DC), honorary director of RNSC (the National Network of Complex Systems) and former director of CREA-Ecole Polytechnique. He was the First president of the Complex Systems Society. His main scientific interests are complex adaptive systems and large interactive networks.

Pierre Collet is Professor in Computer Science at the University Strasbourg, and the co-coordinator of UNESCO Unitwin Complex System Digital Campus (CS-DC). He is performing research in the domain of evolutionary stochastic optimization.

Pierre Parrend is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at ECAM Strasbourg-Europe Engineer School. He leads the e-laboratory ‘4P Factory: the Factory of the Future’ of the CS-DC, and performs his researches in anomaly detection and artificial immune systems.