Title: Emergence: Complexity and Organization
Publisher: Emergent Publications (Litchfield Pk, Arizona, US)
Publication date (electronic): 30 June 2007
External link: http://22.214.171.124
This paper describes how complexity theory can be applied to itself at a metaphorical level to generate ideas about complexity, including proposals for modeling the evolution of complexity theory and treating computer modeling as a part of complexity theory, not just a medium of its expression. Proposals for more rigorous application of complexity theory to itself include studying the fitness of ideas within complexity theory, using various proxies for measuring those ideas, studying the autocatalysis of ideas, estimating the fractal geometry, and developing general computer models of complexity theory.
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