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Michael Webb, MITRE
Capability-Based Engineering Analysis (CBEA)
Thursday Afternoon Session - Systems Engineering

Justin Werfel, MIT CSAIL/NECSI
Yaneer Bar-Yam, Radhika Nagpal,
Automating construction with distributed robotic systems
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Engineering

Bruce West, Individual
TBA
Tuesday Afternoon Session -

Bruce West, US Army Research Office
Fractional Calculus In Physiologic Networks
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Physiology

Brian White, The MITRE Corporation - D400 Systems Engineering
On the Pursuit of Enterprise Systems Engineering Ideas
Thursday Afternoon Session - Systems Engineering

Daniel Whitney, MIT
Network Models of Mechanical Assemblies
Monday Evening Session - Networks

Daniel Whitney, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
David Alderson, California Institute of Technology, 
Are technological and social networks really different?
Monday Evening Session - Networks

Cynthia Whitney, Galilean Electrodynamics, Editor and Publisher
On Seeing the Superluminals
Thursday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Cynthia Whitney, Galilean Electrodynamics, Editor and Publisher
On Seeing the Superluminals
Thursday Afternoon Session -

Robert Wiebe, the Boeing Company -- Phantom Works
Dan Compton, The Boeing Company -- Phantom Works, Dave Garvey, The Boeing Company -- Phantom Works, 
A System Dynamics Treatment of the Essential Tension Between C2 and Self-Synchronization
Thursday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Mark Wierman, Computer Science at Creighton University
Mary Dobransky, Systems Science at Binghmaton University, 
An Empirical Study of Search Algorithms Applied to Reconstructability Analysis
Thursday Evening Session - Reconstructability Analysis

Karoline Wiesner, Computational Science & Engineering Ctr, University of C
James Crutchfield, Computational Science & Engineering Ctr, Physics, University of California, Davis, 
Computation in Finitary Quantum Processes
Tuesday Afternoon Session - Physical Systems

Sanith Wijesinghe, MillenniumIT
Thursday Afternoon Breakout Session on Global Systems
Thursday Afternoon Session - Global Systems

Ian Wilkinson, University of New South Wales
Robert Marks, Australian Graduate School of Management, Louise Young, School of Marketing, University of New South Wales, 
Toward Agent Based Models of the Development And Evolution of Business Relations and Networks
Tuesday Evening Session - Innovation

Craig Williams, Southern New Hampshire University
Transaction Costs, Agency Theory and the Complexity of Electric Power Distribution Governance
Thursday Afternoon Session - Global Systems

Joyce Williams, MITRE
Systems Thinking: The “Softer Side” of Complex Systems Engineering
Thursday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Leonard Wojcik, The MITRE Corporation
Sam Chow, ESD MIT, Olivier de Weck, ESD MIT, Christian LaFon, ESD MIT, Spyridon Lekkakos, ESD MIT, James Lyneis, ESD MIT, Matthew Rinaldi, ESD MIT, Zhiyong Wang, ESD MIT, Paul Wheeler, ESD MIT, Marat Zborovskiy, ESD MIT, 
Can Models Capture the Complexity of the Systems Engineering Process?
Tuesday Evening Session - Systems Engineering

Roxana Wright, Keene State University
Philip Fellman, Southern New Hampshire University, Jonathan Post, Computer Futures, Inc., 
Path Dependence, Transformation and Convergence- A Mathematical Model of Transition to Market
Thursday Afternoon Session - Global Systems

Chris Wright, USGS Center for Earth Resources Observation and Science
Lotka-Volterra community organization increases with added trophic complexity
Thursday Afternoon Session - Evolution and Ecology

Jun Wu, College of Information Systems and Management, National Univ
Yue-jin TAN, College of Information Systems and Management, National University of Defense Technology, Hong-zhong DENG, College of Information Systems and Management, National University of Defense Technology,  Da-zhi ZHU , College of Information Systems and Management, National University of Defense Technology, 
A new measure of heterogeneity of complex networks based on degree sequence
Monday Evening Session - Networks



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