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Modeling of Complex Systems: Seventh Granada Lectures, Granada, Spain, 2-7…

by Pedro L. Garrido (Editor), Joaquín Marro (Editor)

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The Granada Seminar is defined as a small topical conference whose pedagogical effort is especially aimed at young researchers. In fact, one interesting aspect of this meeting is the opportunity given to the young scientists to present their results and to discuss their problems with leading specialists. This year's seminar mainly covered the modeling of complex systems (with some emphasis on its computational aspects). This timely topic importantly relies on the creative use of computers and it is of interest in an increasing number of fields, from chemistry, biology and geology to engineering, communications and economics. Each topic is comprehensively described. The ‘Granada Lectures’ help introduce the beginner to novel advances in statistical physics and to the creative use of computers in scientific research. They serve as a work of reference for teachers, students and researchers.

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