Complexity Explorer

Complexity Explorer is a web-based repository of educational materials related to complex systems science. Currently under development by researchers and educators at the Santa Fe Institute and Portland State University, Complexity Explorer will host SFI’s online courses, as well as an extensive complex systems glossary and easily searchable databases of syllabi, citations, and other resources related to complex systems topics. Complexity Explorer will also host a “Virtual Laboratory” consisting of open-source simulation programs illustrating complex systems ideas, theories, and tools, accompanied by curricula designed for both teachers and independent learners who want to take advantage of these simulations. All content of the Complexity Explorer website will be open to anyone.
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Nonlinear Dynamics: Mathematical and Computational Approaches (Complexity Explorer)

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Nonlinear Dynamics: Mathematical and Computational Approaches (Complexity Explorer)
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This course provides a broad introduction to the field of nonlinear dynamics, focusing both on the mathematics and the computational tools that are so important in the study of chaotic systems. The course is aimed at students who have had at least one semester of college-level calculus and physics, [...]
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Fractals and Scaling (Complexity Explorer)

Sep 1st 2015
Fractals and Scaling (Complexity Explorer)
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We will begin by viewing fractals as self-similar geometric objects such as trees, ferns, clouds, mountain ranges, and river basins. Fractals are scale-free, in the sense that there is not a typical length or time scale that captures their features. A tree, for example, is made up [...]
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Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos (Complexity Explorer)

Jan 5th 2015
Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos (Complexity Explorer)
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In this course you'll gain an introduction to the modern study of dynamical systems, the interdisciplinary field of applied mathematics that studies systems that change over time.
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