Slow Takes from the Canopy (My Very Own Internet Tradition)
January 01, 1947
"Learning Spatio-Temporal Dynamics"
Summering in the Adobe Tower
These are my preprints; also, publishers are to be destroyed
Write for My Friends! (Dept. of Signal Amplification)
Work for My Friends! (Dept. of Signal Amplification)
Ten Years of Monster Raving Egomania and Utter Batshit Insanity
Signs I Will Not Recommend Your Manuscript Be Published As Is (No. 891)
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2011
The Nature of Computation
(Moore and Mertens)
Annual Call to the Adobe Tower
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2011
Everything Is Obvious, Once You Know the Answer
"Q: Is Control controlled by its need to control? A: Yes."
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2011
Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning about a Highly Connected World
(Easley and Kleinberg)
"Optimal Nonparametric Prediction and Automated Pattern Recognition in Dynamical Space-Time Systems" (or, Our New Filtering Techniques are Unstoppable!, Part II: The Rise of the Austrian Machines)
(Dept. of Signal Amplification)
Must Macroeconomic Theories Have Microfoundations?
The 2011 SFI Complex Systems Summer School (Dept. of Signal Amplification)
Today! at the Complex Systems Colloquium
Annual Call to the Adobe Tower
Return of "Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three", or, The Adventures of Irene and Joey Along the Back-Door Paths
Upcoming Gigs: Bristol
"Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three"
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2009
In re John Holland
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, February 2009
Chaos, Complexity and Inference: 2009 Syllabus
Chaos, Complexity and Inference: 2009 Course Announcement
From Your Lips...
Behold the Masses (Next Week at the CMU Statistics Seminar)
Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Lecture Notes
MSS. in Preparation, and One-Way Hiatus
Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Syllabus
Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Course Announcement
Windows on the Social Life of the Mind
The Adobe Tower
Why Oh Why Can't We Have Better Econophysics?
Social Information Processing: Call for Papers
Upcoming Gigs: New York
"Natural Complexity: Theory and Data in Dialogue"
Posthumous Preprints in Emergence
So You Think You Have a Power Law --- Well Isn't That Special?
Ninth European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL2007) &mdash Call for Papers
Friday Cat Blogging (Latest Research in Chaos Theory and Complex Systems Issue of Science Geek Edition)
The Evolution of Complexity (Encore Performance)
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2006
A Thousand Years of Nonlinear History
European Conference on Complex Systems 2006
The Evolution of Complexity
Gauss Is Not Mocked
Some Iron Is Best Struck Cold
Our New Filtering Techniques Are Unstoppable!
Quickly, Igor, bring me the manuscript!
A View from Incense-Burner Mountain
Continuing the Flow of Brainy Material
The Structure and Strangeness of Interdisciplinary Research
Networks and Netwars
Sheep or Gulls? (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
This Is Your Brain on Statistical Complexity (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
The Garden of Forking Paths Weighs Like a Nightmare on the Minds of the Living (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
Popular Delusions of Distributed Multi-Agent Systems
"Twelve Thousand Screaming Geophysicists", and One Sloth, in San Francisco
E Pluribus Unum
(This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
Friday Cat Blogging (The Many Worlds of Wallace's Tiger Issue of Science Geek Edition)
"I Got It from Agnes" (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
Of Woman Born (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
Strong Reciprocity Rules OK
We Have Ways of Making You Talk (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium: Divided by a Common Language Edition)
Modeling Complex Systems
Booze, Sex, and Death (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium: Dying, Lost in the Crowd Blues Edition)
Friday Cat Blogging (Science Geek Edition: Special Complex Networks Issue)
William Dembski and the Discovery Institute, Renewing Science and Culture by Re-Inventing the Wheel
Self-Organizing Spiral Ice Canyons of the Red Planet!
Creationism and Stupid Complexity Measures Make a
with Two Backs
The Secret Life of Plants
Lempel-Ziv as a Measure of Complexity, or, Stupid
I Don't Know You People II
Learning Your Way Around Gödel's Theorem
Recognition at Last
Intermittent Finds in Complex Systems and Stuff, No. 1
I Don't Know You People
Methods and Techniques
Scenes from DMCS
Is, After All, Worth Reading Every Week
E-mail Convey Information?
Going to Freedom
Pattern Formation in Cocktails
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