Published 1983 by Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program/World Science Division in Reading, Mass .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||J.F. Traub, G.W. Wasilkowski, H. Woźniakowski.|
|Contributions||Wasilkowski, G. W., Woźniakowski, H.|
|LC Classifications||QA297 .T69 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||82016428|
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“Uncertainty”, as treated in this book, are afforded a brief introduction. “Complex”– Complexity science and chaos theory are two sides of the same coin – sadly the coin itself lacks a name and many argue whether chaos is a subset of complexity and vice versa.
For many the two are synonymous. Complexity. This book shows how to do systems thinking and translate that thinking into praxis (theory informed practical action).
It will be welcomed by those managing or governing in situations of complexity and uncertainty across all domains of professional and personal life.
The development of capabilities to think and act systemically is an urgent priority.5/5(1). VUCA is an acronym – first used indrawing on the leadership theories of Warren Bennis and Burt Nanus – to describe or to reflect on the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations; The U.S.
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Traditional and business-as-usual models of organizational management are not only inadequate, but hazardous. Comprehensive and integrated treatment of uncertainty arising in engineering and scientific phenomena – algorithmic complexity, statistical independence, and nonlinear chaotic behavior Extensive exercise sets, examples, and Mathematica ® computer experiments that.
The ultimate goal of GIT is to develop the capability to deal formally with any type of uncertainty and the associated uncertainty-based information that we can recognize on intuitive grounds and therefore to model problems of organized complexity appropriately.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See Reviews: 1. This book shows how to do systems thinking and translate that thinking into praxis (theory informed practical action). It will be welcomed by those managing or governing in situations of complexity and uncertainty across all domains of professional and personal life.
The development of capabilities to think and act systemically is an urgent. Global Higher Education and VUCA – Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity: /ch VUCA describes today's chaotic, turbulent, and rapidly changing education environment, which is the new educational normal.
VUCA; volatility, uncertainty. Complexity and the Sciences of Uncertainty: The Importance of Local Interaction in the Emergence of Population-Wide Patterns of Continuity and Change 4.
Complexity and What most Writers on Organizations do with it: Obscuring Local Interaction and mostly Re-Presenting the Dominant Discourse 5. 'This book is the first I know of to step firmly. The axiomatic approach to Kolmogorov complexity was further developed in the book (Burgin ) and applied to software metrics (Burgin and Debnath, ; Debnath and Burgin, ).
In information theory, information fluctuation complexity is the fluctuation of information about information entropy. It is derivable from fluctuations in the. The book is focused on helping practitioners struggling to interpret and react to increasingly VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) times.
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This book is the outcome of a discussion meeting of leading scholars and critical thinkers with expertise in complex systems sciences and leaders from a variety of organizations sponsored by the Prigogine Center at The University of Texas at Austin and the Plexus Institute to explore strategies for understanding uncertainty and surprise.
On the bookshelves this year in the Agile Project Management category is Adaptive Project Framework: Managing Complexity in the Face of Uncertainty by Robert K.
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Precise statements and proofs may be found in Information-Based Complexity, Academic Press, (with G. Wasilkowski and H. Wozniakowski). Earlier monographs are: Information, Uncertainty, Complexity, Addison-Wesley, (with G.
Wasilkowski and H. Wozniakowski), and A General Theory of Optimal Algorithms, Academic Press, (with H. Similar to uncertainty, complexity poses a challenge to the interface between science and policy.
Complexity theory is used by many authors to critique the use of reductionist science to guide decision-making [, ], and is used to encourage more pragmatic, humble, reflexive and adaptive approaches to policy making [37,38,45,56].
'This book provides a significant development of understanding organizational life from a complexity perspective. It takes the uncertainty of organizational life seriously; exploring reflexivity and making sense of one's experience in a manner that clarifies the paradoxes of organizational life.
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Information uncertainty which is inherent in many real world applications brings more complexity to the visualisation problem. Despite the increasing number of research papers found in the literature, much more work is needed.
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Chaos science describes unpredictable effect of small changes, uncertainty and transitions. Complexity is the science of the many dynamic social, biologic, behavioral, political and other nonlinear interactions with often unexpected outcomes, and complex systems, with many interdependent and interrelated parts, follow the rules of complexity ().
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The web site of the Association for Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, is a good source of up-to-date information on topics related to uncertainty in artificial intelligence. The existence of many interdependent variables in a given system, where more variables and higher interdependence mean greater complexity and xity is subjective (Dorner, ).
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Journal American Society for Information Science, 50 (5), What makes the Cooplexity model unique is the fact that it is based on a vast number of observations of synthesised behaviour, through repeated application of the same constructed environment of uncertainty and complexity.
In this book, the reader will find the critical guidelines for facilitating the emergence of collaborative behaviours, as. The book is a collection of Arthur's papers on complexity and the economy. The papers cover a range of topics: the El Farol problem, the artifical stock market, competing technologies and lock-in, how economic systems are gamed, cognition in the economy, how complexity evolves in systems, how the economy forms from its technologies, how.
The "complexity" in "specified complexity" is a measure of improbability. This implies that it is a function of the probability of an object. On page Dembski introduces the information as I(E) = def - log 2 P(E), where P(E) is the probability of event E.
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