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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)

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Diane McDonald
George Weir
A methodology for exploring emergence in learning communities
Monday Evening Session

Adam Groothuis
Philip Vos Fellman
Agent based simulation of punctuated technology succession : a real-world example using medical devices in the field of interventional cardiology
Monday Evening Session

Thomas Brantle
M. Hosein Fallah
Complex knowledge networks and invention collaborations
Tuesday Evening Session

Kazuyuki Takahashi
Md. Mahbubush Salam Khan
Complexity on Politics -How we construct perpetual peace -
Tuesday Evening Session

Philip Fellman
Jonathan Post
Complexity, competitive intelligence and the “first mover” advantage
Tuesday Evening Session

Philip Fellman
Matthew Dadmun
Neil Lanteigne
Corporate strategy: from core competence to complexity--an evolutionary review
Monday Evening Session

Sharon Mertz
Adam Groothuis
Philip Fellman
Dynamic Modeling of New Technology Succession: Projecting the Impact of Macro Events and Micro Behaviors on Software Market Cycles
Monday Evening Session

Debra Hevenstone
Employer- Employee Matching with Intermediary Parties: a trade off Between Match Quality and Costs?
Monday Evening Session

Svetlana Ikonnikova
Games the parties of Eurasian gas supply network play: analysis of strategic investment, hold-up and multinational bargaining
Monday Evening Session

Manuel Dias
Tanya Araújo
Hypercompetitive environments: an agent based model approach
Monday Evening Session

Jeroen Struben
Identifying challenges for sustained adoption of alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure
Tuesday Evening Session

Md. Mahbubush Salam Khan
Kazuyuki Ikko Takahashi
Mathematical model of conflict and cooperation with non-annihilating multi-opponent
Monday Evening Session

Jiang He
M. Hosein Fallah
Mobility of innovators and prosperity of geographical technology clusters
Tuesday Evening Session

Adam Groothuis
Sharon Mertz
Philip Vos Fellman
Multi-agent based simulation of technology succession dynamics
Monday Evening Session

Koen Hindriks
Catholijn Jonker
Dmytro Tykhonov
Reducing complexity of an agent’s utility space for negotiating interdependent issues
Monday Evening Session

Iqbal Adjali
Session: Innovation
Tuesday Evening Session

Nunzia Carbonara
Ilaria Giannoccaro
Vito Albino
The competitive advantage of geographical clusters as complex adaptive systems: an exploratory study based on case studies and network analysis
Tuesday Evening Session

Ian Wilkinson
Robert Marks
Louise Young
Toward Agent Based Models of the Development And Evolution of Business Relations and Networks
Tuesday Evening Session

Diane McDonald
Nigel Kay
Towards an evaluation framework for complex social systems
Monday Evening Session



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