Complexity Explorer Santa Fe Institute


Chaos, Complexity, and Inference


Instructor
Cosma Shalizi
Department
Statistics
Institution
Carnegie-Mellon University
Topic(s)
non-linear dynamics, chaos, complex systems, stochastic models, statistical inference, information theory, agent-based modeling
Education Level(s)
Undergraduate; Graduate
Class Length
Semester
Year Taught
2009
URL
http://www.stat.cmu.edu/~cshalizi/462/
Textbooks
The Computational Beauty of Nature (Required) Flake
Complex Adaptive Systems (Required) Miller
Chaos: A Very Short Introduction (Required) Smith
Stochastic Modeling of Scientific Data Guttorp
The Self-Organizing Economy Krugman
Hidden Markov Models and Dynamical Systems Fraser
A First Course in Statistical Programming with R Braun

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