Carl Simon, University of Michigan

Lecture title:

Complex Systems Approaches to Transmission and Transactions


Carl Simon, Mathematics; Economics and Public Policy; Center for Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan

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Semester: Fall 2009

Date: Friday, December 4, 2009

Time: 1:30 - 3:00 PM

Venue: Room K1310, Ross School of Business

Additional Notes:

Introducer: Cory Knobel, School of Information


In lieu of the conventional abstract, Carl has provided the following keyword list for his talk:

Key phrases: Systems, unanticipated consequences, subliminal advertising, simple systems, sex, complex systems (heterogeneity, dynamics, non-random mixing, adaptation, emergence), sex, the heuristics that follow from the simple approach in studying transmission (infection, information) and transaction systems (economic markets), sex.

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