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Percolation, Pretopology and Complex Systems Modeling

BEN AMOR, Soufian and LAVALLEE, Ivan and BUI, Marc (2006) Percolation, Pretopology and Complex Systems Modeling. In: UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)


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A complex system is generally regarded as being a network of elements in mutual interactions, which total behavior cannot be deduced from that of its parts and their properties. Thus, the study of a complex phenomenon requires a holistic approach considering the system in its totality. The aim of our approach is the design of a unifying theoretical framework to define complex systems according to their common properties and to tackle their modeling by generalizing percolation processes using pretopology theory.

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Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (UNSPECIFIED)
BEN AMOR, Soufian
BUI, Marc
Keywords: Complex systems ; percolation ; pretopology; modeling; stochastic optimization.
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Complex Systems
Depositing User: Soufian BEN AMOR
Date Deposited: 06 Jun 2006
Last Modified: 07 Oct 2010 15:14
Item ID: 2769
Public Domain: Yes
Conference Date: 12-13 June, 2006
Conference Location: Paris, FRANCE
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Complex Systems
Date: 2006

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