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Think Complexity: Complexity Science and Computational Modeling 2nd Edition

Allen Downey ... 200 pages - Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 2nd edition (July, 2018) ... Language: English - ASIN: B07FFC87K8 by Amazon.

Complexity science uses computation to explore the physical and social sciences. In Think Complexity, you’ll use graphs, cellular automata, and agent-based models to study topics in physics, biology, and economics.Whether you’re an intermediate-level Python programmer or a student of computational modeling, you’ll delve into examples of complex systems through a series of worked examples, exercises, case studies, and easy-to-understand explanations. In this updated second edition, you will: Work with NumPy arrays and SciPy methods, including basic signal processing and Fast Fourier Transform + Study abstract models of complex physical systems, including power laws, fractals and pink noise, and Turing machines + Get Jupyter notebooks filled with starter code and solutions to help you re-implement and extend original experiments in complexity; and models of computation like Turmites, Turing machines, and cellular automata + Explore the philosophy of science, including the nature of scientific laws, theory choice, and realism and instrumentalism. Ideal as a text for a course on computational modeling in Python, Think Complexity also helps self-learners gain valuable experience with topics and ideas they might not encounter otherwise.

Think Complexity: Complexity Science and Computational Modeling 2nd Edition, Allen Downey

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