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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)

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Michael Hülsmann
Bernd Scholz-Reiter
Michael Freitag
Christine Wycisk
Christoph de Beer
Autonomous Cooperation as a Method to cope with Complexity and Dynamics ? – A Simulation based Analysis and Measurement Concept Approach
Thursday Evening Session

Jonathan Post
Philip Fellman
Complexity in the Paradox of Simplicity
Thursday Evening Session

Diane McDonald
George Weir
Developing a conceptual model for exploring emergence
Thursday Evening Session

Daniel Polani
Emergence, Intrinsic Structure of Information, and Agenthood
Thursday Evening Session

Rush D. Robinett, III
David G. Wilson
Alfred W. Reed
Exergy Sustainability for Complex Systems
Thursday Evening Session

Susan and Bruce Sgorbati and Weber
How Deep and Broad are the Laws of Emergence?
Thursday Evening Session

Pierpaolo Andriani
Jack Cohen
Innovation in biology and technology: exaptation precedes adaptation.
Thursday Evening Session

Victor Korotkikh
Galina Korotkikh
On an irreducible theory of complex systems
Thursday Evening Session

Burton Voorhees
Paradigms of Order
Thursday Evening Session

Irina Ezhkova
Self-Organizing Architecture of Complex Systems
Thursday Evening Session

Helen Harte
Session: Concepts
Thursday Evening Session

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