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Dealing with complexity

a neural networks approach

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Published by Springer in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neural networks (Computer science),
  • Computational complexity.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementM. Kárný, K. Warwick, and V. Kůrková (eds.).
    SeriesPerspectives in neural computing
    ContributionsKárný, M., Warwick, K., Kůrková, V. 1948-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.87 .D468 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 308 p. :
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL679879M
    ISBN 103540761608
    LC Control Number97026400

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May 25,  · Dealing with complex systems is a premier challenge for evaluators working in real life situations. As a practitioner in the field I cannot emphasize the value of this book enough.

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Summar 4/5(9). Dealing with Complexity An Introduction to the Theory and Application of Systems Science. Authors: Flood, Robert L., Carson, Ewart Free Preview. In almost all areas of science and engineering, the use of computers and microcomputers has, in recent years, transformed entire subject areas.

What was not even considered possible a decade or two ago is now not only possible but is also part of everyday practice. As a result, a new approach. The text offers a framework for understanding the underlying theory of systems science to assist decision makers in resolving a wide range of real-world problems in their fields.

Various approaches to problem solving in the natural and social sciences are described, including the systematic view model and model decomposition. The book also presents clear and coherent accounts of systems.

Fortunately there has emerged, particularly over the past four decades, the discipline of systems science, which provides a framework for dealing with such complexity. This book gives an account of the underlying theory of systems science and illustrates its applicability to a.

Dealing with complex systems is a premier challenge for evaluators working in real life situations. As a practitioner in the field I cannot emphasize the value of this book enough.

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As our work becomes more complex, so do our ethical dilemmas. Jan 15,  · The book tries to deal with complexity science, a new, broad and ill-defined domain which attracted scientists with varying backgrounds: physics, economics, biology.

Instead of showing ideas in complexity it shows how certain scientists got on to this idea/5. Recognizing that complexity calls for innovative, conceptual, and methodological solutions, Dealing with Complexity in Development Evaluation by Michael Bamberger, Jos Vaessen, and Estelle Raimondo offers practical guidance to policymakers, managers, and evaluation practitioners on how to design and implement complexity-responsive evaluations that can be undertaken in the real world of time.

Apr 01,  · The First Edition of Dealing with Complexity has gratified us tremendously by its sales and adoption in many courses throughout the English-speaking world. The aim of producing this Second Edition is to develop a volume to be established firmly as the introduction to systems science that will take us into the next millennium.4/5(9).

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Pete is the author of Lean for the Process Industries—Dealing with Complexity (Productivity Press, ), and several published articles on the application of Lean concepts to process operations. He is the co-author of The Product Wheel Handbook—Creating Balanced Flow in High Mix Process Operations.

INTRODUCTION We start this book with Theme A (see Figure P. I in the Preface), which aims to develop an essential and fundamental understanding of systems science. So, what is systems science. this difficulty that identified the need for a comprehensive well-documented account such as is presented here in Dealing with Complexity.

Keywords. These techniques are described later in this book. The rule of thumb when dealing with complexity is—embrace essential, or as we might call it, domain complexity, and eliminate or decrease the accidental complexity. Your goal as a developer is not to create too much accidental complexity.

Dealing With Complexity Our attitude about complexity has a major impact on the approaches we take. Many people take a simple approach, believing attending to just a few things will be sufficient. Linear complexity O(n) Operations grow with the input in a ratio.

A typical algorithm is iteration, when you scan input once and apply an operation to each element of it. Linearithmic complexity O(n log n) Complexity is a mix between logarithmic and linear complexity.

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