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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)
 

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Charles Hadlock, Bentley College Mathematical Sciences Department
Guns, germs, and steel on the sugarscape: introducing undergraduates to agent based simulation
Tuesday Evening Session - Complex Systems Education

Vivian Halpern, Department of Physics, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Precursors of a phase transition in a simple model system
Thursday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Timothy Halpin-Healy, Barnard/Columbia Physics
The dynamics of conformity and dissent
Thursday Afternoon Session -

Lora Harris, Marine Biological Laboratory
Ramet rules: merging mechanistic growth models with an individual-based approach to simulate clonal plants
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology

Helen Harte
Session: Healthcare as a Complex System
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Education, Healthcare

Helen Harte
Session: Concepts
Thursday Evening Session - Concepts

Steven Hassan, Freedom of Mind Resource Center inc.
Destructive mind control issues: cults, deprogramming and SIA post 9-11
Thursday Evening Session -

Michael Hauhs, University of Bayreuth
Holger Lange, Norwegian Institute for Forest and Landscape, 
Organisms, rivers, and coalgebras
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Dynamical Methods

Nancy Hayden, Sandia National Laboratories
Richard Colbaugh, Institute for Complex Adaptive Systems, New Mexico Technical University, 
The complexity of terrorism: considering surprise and deceit
Tuesday Evening Session - Homeland Security

Jiang He, Stevens Institute of Technology
M. Hosein Fallah, Stevens Institute of Technology, 
Mobility of innovators and prosperity of geographical technology clusters
Tuesday Evening Session - Innovation

Donald Heathfield, The Future Map
Improving decision making in the area of national and international security – the future map methodology
Monday Evening Session - Homeland Security

Irene Conrad Helen Harte, Individual
Session: Education as a Complex System/Healthcare as a Complex System
Monday Evening Session -

Debra Hevenstone, Sociology and Public Policy, University of Michigan
Employer- Employee Matching with Intermediary Parties: a trade off Between Match Quality and Costs?
Monday Evening Session - Innovation

Koen Hindriks, Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information, Radboud Un
Catholijn Jonker, Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information, Radboud University Nijmegen, Dmytro Tykhonov, Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information, Radboud University Nijmegen, 
Reducing complexity of an agent’s utility space for negotiating interdependent issues
Monday Evening Session - Innovation

Stephen Ho, Charles River Analytics
Paul Gonsalves, Charles River Analytics, Marc Richards, Charles River Analytics, 
Complex adaptive systems-based toolkit for dynamic plan assessment
Monday Evening Session - Homeland Security

Guy Hoelzer, Department of Biology, University of Nevada, Reno
Rich Drewes, Brain Computation Laboratory, University of Nevada, Reno, René Doursat, Department of Computer Science, University of Nevada, Reno, 
Temporal waves of genetic diversity in a spatially explicit model of evolution: heaving toward speciation
Thursday Evening Session - Evolution and Ecology

Guy Hoelzer, University of Nevada, Reno
Session: Ecology
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology

Kenneth Hoffman, The MITRE Corporation
Lindsley Boiney, The MITRE Corporation, Renee Stevens, The MITRE Corporation, Leonard Wojcik, The MITRE Corporation, 
Complex systems landscapes - the enterprise in a socio-economic context
Thursday Afternoon Session - Systems Engineering

John Holmes, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine/Faculty
Communicable disease outbreak detection and emergence of etiologic phenomena in an evolutionary computation system
Wednesday Afternoon Session - Disease

Michael Holroyd, College of William and Mary
Synchronizability and connectivity of discrete complex systems
Thursday Evening Session - Neural dynamics

Mark Hoogendoorn, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Martijn Schut, Department of Artificial Intelligence, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Jan Treur, Department of Artificial Intelligence, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 
Modeling decentralized organizational change in honeybee societies
Monday Evening Session - Engineering

Pedram Hovareshti, University of Maryland College Park
John Baras, Department of Elecectrical and Computer Engineering and the Institute for systems Research, University of Maryland College Park, 
Consensus problems on small world graphs: a structural study
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Networks

Mo-Han Hsieh, Engineering Systems Division, Massachusetts Institute of Tec
Christopher Magee, Engineering Systems Division, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Standards as interdependent artifacts: application to prediction of promotion for internet standards
Monday Evening Session - Engineering

Genie Hsieh, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Universit
Mary Ann Raymond-Stintz, Dept. of Pathology, University of New Mexico, Wennie Shu, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico, Stanly Steinberg, Depr. of Mathematics, University of New Mexico, Bridget Wilson, Dept. of Pathology, University of New Mexico, 
Modeling cell signaling pathways with spatially explicit mobile agents
Monday Evening Session -

C. Anthony Hunt, University of California, San Francisco
Understanding Emergent Biological Behaviors: Agent Based Simulations of In vitro Epithelial Morphogenesis in Multiple Environments
Monday Evening Session - Biology

Michael Hülsmann, Institute for Strategic Competence-Management, Area: Managem
Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Department of planning and control of production sytems, University Bremen, Michael Freitag, Department of planning and control of production sytems, University Bremen, Christine Wycisk, Institute for Strategic Competence-Management, Area: Management of Sustainable System Development, University Bremen, Christoph de Beer, Department of planning and control of production sytems, University Bremen, 
Autonomous Cooperation as a Method to cope with Complexity and Dynamics ? – A Simulation based Analysis and Measurement Concept Approach
Thursday Evening Session - Concepts



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