Posters list

  1. “Complexity in Neuroscience: How to relate the Digital aspects of Brain function with the Analog-driven Mind Processes?”
    Walter Riofrio
  2. Vasomotion in arteriolar networks
    Martin H. Kroll
  3. Robust Cooepration in Multi-Agent Systems
    Robert Ghanea-Hercock
  4. Peer-to-peer data management: the SP2+SP6 perspective
    Giovanni Cortese, Stefano Leonardi, Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide, Christian Schindelhauer
  5. Fractal Analysis of Eastern and Western Musical Instruments
    Atin Das , Pritha Das
  6. Random versus Chaotic data: Identification using surrogate method
    Pritha Das and Atin Das
  7. Complexity in living organisms : mosaic structures
    Chapouthier, Georges
  8. How complexity theory may explain influence of music
    Svetlana Apjonova and Igor Yevin
  9. Fault tolerance and network integrity measures: the case of computer-based systems
    Peter Andras, Olusola Idowu, Panayiotis Periorelis
  10. Towards adaptive self-aware software
    Peter Andras, Bruce Charlton
  11. The Uncertainty in Modelling Complex Systems
    Steve Whittle, Eshan Rajabally (SEIC, BAE SYSTEMS), John Dalton, Simon Snape (Newcastle University)
  12. Complexity, Networks and the Modernization of Antitrust
    Cristina Poncibo'
  13. Criteria for coalition formation
    Jean-Louis Dessalles
  14. Modeling of the Exocytotic Process by Chemical Kinetic Formalism.
    Aviv Mezer, Esther Nachliel, Menachem Gutman and Uri Ashery
  15. Modeling Reflective, Anticipatory, Complex Adaptive Systems
    Peter McBurney
  16. Environmental uncertainty and language complexity
    P Andras, J Lazarus and J G Roberts
  17. A model for the genetic code
    Frappat L., Sciarrino A., Sorba P.
  18. Strong emergence in a population of agents
    Denis Phan & Jean-Louis Dessalles
  19. Visualising Interactions in Complex Design
    Rene Keller, Claudia M. Eckert, P. John Clarkson
  20. Adaptive rational modelling of complex systems
    Wouter Hendrickx and Tom Dhaene
  21. Traffic distribution in scale-free networks
    A. Fekete, G. Vattay, and L. Kocarev
  22. Managing as Designing : how designers can help managers in designing their organization as complex environments ?
    Brigitte Borja de Mozota
  23. prof
    Romulo Krafta
  24. Analysis of branched-chain amino acid biosynthesis by a Thomas network approach
    A.Urbain, P. Renault, S.D. Ehrlich, J-M. Batto
  25. A General Methodology for Designing Self-Organizing Systems
    Carlos Gershenson
  26. RNA secondary structure prediction
    Stefan Engelen and Fariza Tahi
  27. Stochastic Processes in Complex Systems: exactly solvable models
    Arkhincheev V.E.
  28. A structured approach for modelling of integrated systems in biology
    Nicolas Parisey, Marie Beurton-Aimar, S. Randall Thomas
  29. Probing the robustness of the clustering
    David Gfeller, Jean-Cédric Chappelier, Paolo De Los Rios
  30. Thresholds for the emergence of cooperation between signals
    Ramon Ferrer i Cancho and Vittorio Loreto
  31. A Generative Complexity Theory of Minds Evolving in Peer Interaction
    Ton Jörg
  32. Agent Based Modeling of Consumer Behavior
    Iqbal Adjali, Ben Dias and Robert Hurling
  33. Games networks and elementary modules
  34. Competitive Adaptive Lotka-Volterra Systems with Complex Behavior
    Claudio Tebaldi
  35. What Proteins Are Made From? Informational Way To Protein Alphabet
    Gorban A.N., Kudryashev M., Popova T.
  36. Fractal Analysis of Microglial Morphology
    Karperien, A., Lucas, C., Depardieu, C., Aurel, G. and Jelinek, H.F.
  37. What Models for Complex Systems?
    Giandomenico Sica
  38. Complex biological memory conceptualized as an abstract communication system –human long term memories grow in complexity during sleep and undergo selection while awake
    Bruce G Charlton, Peter Andras
  39. Centrality and vulnerability in weighted complex networks with spatialconstraints
    Luca Dall'Asta, Alain Barrat, Marc Barthelemy, Alessandro Vespignani
  40. Simple Concepts for Complex Systems: A Model of Emotions as Energy Management Systems Adapted to Social Life
    Jorge Simão
  41. Genetic Self-Assembly: Many Simple or a Few Complex?
    Rudolf M. Füchslin*, Thomas Maeke, Uwe Tangen & John S. McCaskill
  42. Evolving cell phone families
    Salgado, José; Gama, Ricardo;
  43. Connectivity and Routing in Poisson Small-World Networks
    Moez Draief and Ayalvadi Ganesh
  44. Modeling Tumor Growth as the Evolution of a Biological Complex System with Variable Fractal Dimensions.
    Caterina Guiot, Pier Paolo Delsanto, Nicola Pugno & Thomas S. Deisboeck
  45. What are Complex Systems? - What is DELIS?
    Debora Donato, Marco Gaertler, Robert Görke, Stefano Leonardi, Dorothea Wagner
  46. Analysis of large set of elementary flux modes : application to energetic mitochondrial metabolism
    Sabine Pérès, Marie Beurton-Aimar, Jean-Pierre Mazat
  47. Dr., PhD
    Victor F. Dailyudenko
  48. The New Ties project: 3 dimensions of adaptivity and 3 dimensions of complexity scale-up
    A.E. Eiben, N. Gilbert, A. Lörincz, B. Paechter, P. Vogt
  49. Science & Engineering of Business Systems
    Kemal A. Delic
  50. Scaling laws in urban systems (France, South Africa, United States of America)
  51. Functioning-dependent structures
    Michel Thellier, Camille Ripoll, Patrick Amar, Guillaume Legent, Vic Norris
  52. A Novel Medical Diagnosis System
    Barna Laszlo Iantovics
  53. Measuring graph symmetry: discussion and applications
    Carlos Bousoño-Calzón
  54. Percolation for Power Control
    Emilio De Santis, Fabrizio Grandoni, and Alessandro Panconesi
  55. Reliable Broadcasting in an Automotive Scenario
    Jaroslaw Kutylowski, Filip Zagorski
  56. Professeur Associé à l'IMA/UCO
    Alexandre Makarovitsch
  57. Comparison between parallel and serial dynamical behaviour of boolean networks.
    Lilian Salinas, Eric Goles.
  58. The effects of topology on the dynamics of Naming Games
    Andrea Baronchelli, Luca Dall'Asta, Alain Barrat, Vittorio Loreto
  59. Analytic Visualizations and their Applications for the Autonomous System Graph
    Vinay Aggarwal, Anja Feldmann, Marco Gaertler, Robert Görke, Yuval Shavitt, Eran Shir, Dorothea Wagner, Arne Wichmann
  60. Amino acid evolution: an alternative hypothesis
    Peter Andras, Alina Andras, Csaba D. Andras
  61. Why Does BitTorrent Work So Well?
    Simon Patarin, David Hales
  62. Markov chain analysis of an agent based growth model
    B. Gaujal and E. Thierry
  63. Monotonicity and Almost-Monotoniciy in Biological Systems
    G.A. Enciso, E.D. Sontag
  64. Coarse-graining and continuum physics
    Antonio DiCarlo
  65. Creativity Templates in Art Perception
    Adam, R.,Goldenberg, J., Adi-Japh., E, Mazursky, D., Solomon., S.
  66. Studying complex social change: Linking levels and meaning through adult and child personal reflections
    Uprichard, Emma and Byrne, David
  67. The importance of parallel and anti-parallel alignment in the collective motion of self-propelled particles
    F. Peruani, M. Baer and A. Deutsch
  68. Complex Systems and Cognition: the incoherent dynamics implementation using multi-agents systems
    Leonardo Lana de Carvalho & Salima Hassas
  69. Are epidemics on scale-free networks predictable?
    Fabián Alvarez, Pascal Crépey and Marc Barthélemy
    Lucio Biggiero & Enrico Sevi
  71. Investigating Complexity with the New Ties Agent
    A.R. Griffioen, Á. Bontovics, A.E. Eiben, Gy. Hévízi, and A. Lorincz
  72. Developing a domain independent model of Emergence
    Diane M. McDonald and George R.S. Weir
  73. Towards a Simulation Architecture for Emergent Properties
    Heather R. Turner, Susan Stepney, and Fiona A. C. Polack
  74. A way to characterize complex cellular automata and those able to perform density classification
    Gabriele Anna Rosa e Gervasi Stefania
  75. Clusters of computations for a linear transition system
    Vladimir Filatov, Rostislav Yavorskiy, Nikolay Zemtsov
  76. Bayesian Reconstruction of Particle Size Dynamic Distributions of Particulate Polydisperse Systems from in vitro Drug Dissolution Data
    Ana Barat, Heather Ruskin, Martin Crane
  77. Clustering Data Streams - A Survey
    Gereon Frahling and Christian Sohler
  78. One single molecule to access another scale? PAI-1, Microenvironment and Cancer cell migration.
    M.Malo, F. Delaplace and G. Barlovatz Meimon
  79. Studying decentralized collective change of behaviours : the example of phase transitions in elementary cellular automata
    Nazim Fates
  80. Tracing experience as a potential support for meaning negotiation between human and computer agents
    Arnaud Stuber, Salima Hassas, Alain Mille
  81. A Collaborative Open Architecture for Data Collecting and Interpretation on Complex Artificial Systems
    Silviu Ionita, Ionel Bostan, Petre Anghelescu, Alin Mazare
  82. Evolutionary influence of the protein network topology on gene organisation in artificial organisms
    Carole Knibbe, Guillaume Beslon, Jean-Michel Fayard
  83. Peanuts: A Top-Down Peer-to-Peer Network
    Peter Mahlmann, Christian Schindelhauer
  84. A note on fixed points of generalized ice pile models
    E. Formenti and B. Masson
  85. Complexity Measures in Manufacturing Systems
    Zanutto Gianluca, De Toni Alberto F., Nonino Fabio, Nardini Alessio
  86. Incremental and unifying modelling formalism for biological interaction networks
    Anastasia Yartseva and Hanna Klaudel and Francois Kepes
  87. R&D Networks as Complex Systems: the Case of European Networks
    J. C. Fdez. de Arroyabe and N. Arranz
  88. Coordinated Action of a Large Scale Robotic System through Self-Organizing Processes
    Steffen Wischmann and Martin Huelse
  89. Complex Systems Perspectives & Inter-Discilinary Curriculum-a real challenge and opportunity for the Romanian Higher Education System
  90. Robotics in the science of complex systems
    Jeffrey Johnson
  91. Self organisation in large scale computing networks
    K.Bertels, B.Pour Ebrahimi, K. Sigdel, S.Li
  92. The structure of large social networks
    Dominik Batorski
  93. Analysis of the complex system "TE-TA-P" [telomeres-telomerase-proliferation] coupled to experimental data in cancer cells.
    J Deschatrette, C Wolfrom
    Laszlo Gulyas
  95. A generic model simulating two temporalities of evolution in the European system of cities
    Anne Bretagnolle and Jean-Marc Favaro
  96. Conceptual analysis of the complexity of socio-technical systems
    Bjørn Jespersen, Maarten Ottens, Maarten Franssen
  97. Towards evaluation methodology of p2p systems for complex network management scenarios
    Federico Morabito, Giovanni Cortese, Fabrizio Davide
  98. An overview of the quest for regulatory pathways in microarray data
    Nizar Touleimat , Florence d-Buc and Marie Dutreix