International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)


Socio-economic systems topics of interest:

There have been increasing interdisciplinary efforts to model and understand fundamental aspects of complex social and economic systems using tools from a variety of disciplines, including physics, computer science and network theory. Examples of topics pertinent to this section are

  • Traffic (automotive, pedestrian, information)
  • Stock and commodity markets
  • Economic development and macroeconomics
  • Urban planning
  • Models of epidemics
  • Counter-terrorism and security
  • Voting and opinion dynamics
  • Memetics
  • Negotiation and coordination

We also welcome the presentation of new methods and tools applicable to these problems, including

  • Agent-based models
  • Cellular automata
  • AI approaches
  • Game theory
  • Network analysis (see also the networks page)
  • Time-series analysis and prediction
  • Analytic methods

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