Complexity List LO28178

From: Wirth, Ross (
Date: 04/08/02

Replying to LO28145 --

It's hard to know where to start, but I will offer these recommendations:

Books (a couple of classics)
 - Gleick, James. "Chaos: Making a new science"
 - Wheatley, Margaret. "Leadership and the new science"

Web sites

Judy Petre gives a good overview plus other links

Principia Cybernetica goes a bit deeper

>Secondly, I would ask Ross for a basic primer into complexity. I have
>usually got lost in the detail of most books I have tackled.


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