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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)

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Jonathan R. A. Maier
Timothy Troy
Jud Johnston
Vedik Bobba
Joshua D. Summers
A Case Study Documenting Specific Configurations and Information Exchanges in Designer-Artifact-User Complex Systems
Monday Evening Session

Robert Wiebe
Dan Compton
Dave Garvey
A System Dynamics Treatment of the Essential Tension Between C2 and Self-Synchronization
Thursday Evening Session

Jeff Sutherland
Anton Victorov
Jack Blount
Adaptive Engineering of Large Software Projects with Distributed/Outsourced Teams
Thursday Evening Session

Justin Werfel
Yaneer Bar-Yam
Radhika Nagpal
Automating construction with distributed robotic systems
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Sarah Sheard
Bridging Systems Engineering and Complex Systems Sciences
Tuesday Evening Session

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

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

Chi-Kuo Mao
Cherng G. Ding
Hsiu-Yu Lee
Comparison of post-SARS arrival recovery patterns
Monday Evening Session

Kenneth Hoffman
Lindsley Boiney
Renee Stevens
Leonard Wojcik
Complex systems landscapes - the enterprise in a socio-economic context
Thursday Afternoon Session

Predrag Tosic
Distributed Coalition Formation for Sparsely Networked Large-Scale Multi-Agent Systems
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Fred Discenzo
Francisco Maturana
Raymond Staron
Distributed diagnostics and dynamic reconfiguration using autonomous agents
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Sarjoun Doumit
Ali Minai

Distributed resource exploitation for autonomous mobile sensor agents in dynamic environments
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Carlos Troche
Documenting Complex Systems in the Enterprise
Thursday Afternoon Session

Zafar Mahmood
Dr. Nadeem Lehrasab
Muhammad Iqbal
Dr. Nazir Shah Khattak
Dr. S. Fararooy Fararooy
Eigen Analysis of Model Based Residual Spectra for Fault Diagnostics Techniques
Monday Evening Session

Russ Abbott
Emergence explained
Monday Evening Session

John J. Roberts
Enterprise Analysis and Assessment of Complex Military Command and Control Environments
Thursday Evening Session

George Rebovich
Enterprise Systems Engineering: New and Emerging Perspectives
Thursday Evening Session

Chad Foster
Daniel Frey
Estimating complex system robustness from dual system architectures
Monday Evening Session

Dean Bonney
Inquiry and Enterprise Transformation
Thursday Afternoon Session

Javier Alcazar
Ephrahim Garcia
Interconnecting Robotic Subsystems in a Network
Monday Evening Session

Mark Hoogendoorn
Martijn Schut
Jan Treur
Modeling decentralized organizational change in honeybee societies
Monday Evening Session

Abhinay Venuturumilli
Ali Minai
Obtaining Robust Wireless Sensor Networks through Self-Organization of Heterogenous Connectivity
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Brian White
On the Pursuit of Enterprise Systems Engineering Ideas
Thursday Afternoon Session

Bogdan Danila
Andrew Williams
Kenric Nelson
Yong Yu
Samuel Earl
John Marsh
Zoltan Toroczkai
Kevin Bassler
Optimally Efficient Congestion Aware Transport On Complex Networks
Monday Evening Session

Fred M. Discenzo
Dukki Chung
Power scavenging enables maintenance-free wireless sensor nodes
Tuesday Afternoon Session

May Lim
Dan Braha
Sanith Wijesinghe
Stephenson Tucker
Yaneer Bar-Yam
Preferential Detachment: Improving Connectivity and Cost Trade-offs in Signaling Networks
Wednesday Afternoon Session

Martin Greiner
Proactive robustness control of heterogeneously loaded networks
Wednesday Afternoon Session

Jonathan R. A. Maier
Matt Motyka
Georges M. Fadel
Representing the Complexity of Engineering Systems: A Multidisciplinary Perceptual Approach
Tuesday Evening Session

Adel Sadek
Nagi Basha
Self-Learning Intelligent Agents for Dynamic Traffic Routing on Transportation Networks
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Orrett Gayle
Daniel Coore
Self-organising text in an amorphous computing environment
Monday Evening Session

Neena George
Ali Minai
Simona Doboli
Self-organized inference of spatial structure by randomly deployed sensor networks
Wednesday Afternoon Session

Michael McFarren
Fatma Dandashi
Huei-Wan Ang
Service Oriented Architectures Using DoDAF
Thursday Evening Session

Fred Discenzo
Session: Engineering
Monday Evening Session

Joe DeRosa
Session: From Complex Systems To Enterprise Systems Engineering
Thursday Afternoon Session

Doug Norman
Session: Systems Engineering
Thursday Evening Session

Joe DeRosa
Session: Systems Engineering
Thursday Evening Session

Doug Norman
Session: Systems Engineering
Tuesday Evening Session

Keith McCaughin
Joseph DeRosa
Stakeholder Analysis To Shape the Enterprise
Thursday Afternoon Session

Mo-Han Hsieh
Christopher Magee
Standards as interdependent artifacts: application to prediction of promotion for internet standards
Monday Evening Session

Anne-Marie Grisogono
Success and failure in adaptation
Tuesday Evening Session

Richard Schmidt
Synthesis of Systems of Systems [SoS] is in fact the Management of System Design Complexity
Tuesday Evening Session

Thomas Speller
Daniel Whitney
Edward Crawley
System Architecture Generation based on Le Pont du Gard
Thursday Evening Session

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

Tony De Simone
The Global Information Grid
Thursday Afternoon Session

Michael Kuras
Joseph DeRosa
What is a system?
Tuesday Evening Session

Jacob Beal
What the assassin's guild taught me about distributed computing
Tuesday Afternoon Session



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