|CS 302 - Modeling Complex Systems|
Margaret (Maggie) J Eppstein
Integrative breadth-first introduction to computational methods for modeling complex systems; numerical methods, cellular automata, agent-based computing, game theory, genetic algorithms, artificial neural networks, and complex networks.
Computer programming (in any language, but Matlab is the language that we use in the course), calculus. Linear algebra is recommended.
Agent-based simulation / cellular automata, Chaos theory, Evolutionary/adaptive computing/simulation, Game Theory, Nonlinear dynamic differential equations, Pattern recognition/classification/data mining
Not specific to any particular application domain
|Frequency: Once a year|
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