This is an extremely fascinating introductory book that was created for a sizable audience of graduate students studying engineering and the natural sciences. It works just as well for teaching as it does for self-education.
Learn about a variety of discoveries made in the field of quantitative complex system research that aid in making sense of our complicated environment. The book offers an approachable entrée into this intriguing and crucially essential topic and is written at an introductory level.
This second edition includes an introduction to information theory, a new chapter on quantifying and measuring complexity in given systems, an extended portion of problems and solutions, and both new and amended subsections.