New Methods for Understanding Complex Systems (Part 2)
As the challenges of systems analysis develop, so must its methods. The system analyst’s tool chest can be expanded in three ways:
- by taking advantage of as yet untapped advances in mathematics and computer science,
- by the gradual honing of tools applied and developed in a disciplinary context, and
- by trans-disciplinary innovation and cross-fertilization.
This session will provide an extensive horizon scan of new methods and approaches that have potential for strengthening systems analysis in the 21st century.
Introduction & chair: Ulf Dieckmann, IIASA
- Stefan Thurner, IIASA, Medical University of Vienna & Santa Fe Institute: Management of systemic risk – PDF
- Soo Hong Chew, National University of Singapore: Familiarity bias breeds investment if you have the right gene – PDF
- Boris Mirkin, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow: Data summarization at clustering and ranking – PDF
- Mauro Martino, IBM: Data visualization and artificial intelligence: The real time exploration of unstructured big data – PDF