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In this series of talks, Melanie Mitchell traces the intellectual history of the science of complex systems, bringing together ideas from many disciplines in order to discover general laws governing systems of great complexity with power of self-organization.

These lectures were given September 16-18, 1997.

Melanie Mitchell is External Professor, Santa Fe Institute, and Professor of Computer Science, Portland State University.

NOTE: Please excuse the production quality of some of our older videos. They were transferred from our video tape archive.

The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity Santa Fe Institute

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In this series of talks, Melanie Mitchell traces the intellectual history of the science of complex systems, bringing together ideas from many disciplines in order to discover general laws governing systems of great complexity with power of self-organization.

These lectures were given September 16-18, 1997.

Melanie Mitchell is External Professor, Santa Fe Institute, and Professor of Computer Science, Portland State University.

NOTE: Please excuse the production quality of some of our older videos. They were transferred from our video tape archive.

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    Lecture I: The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity

    Lecture I: The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity

    • 1 hr 17 min
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    Lecture II: The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity

    Lecture II: The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity

    • 1 hr 21 min
    • video
    Lecture III: The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity

    Lecture III: The Past and Future of the Sciences of Complexity

    • 1 hr 18 min

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