Journal of Complex Systems

Eric Bonabeau bonabeau at
Sat Aug 1 12:43:31 EST 1998



E. Bonabeau=20

Modelling migration and economic agglomeration with=20
active brownian particles=09=09=09=0911
F. Schweitzer=20

Amplitude spectra of fitness landscapes=09=09=0939
W. Hordijk and P. F. Stadler=20

>From neurons to brain: Adaptive self-wiring of=20
R. Segev and E. Ben-Jacob=20

Application of biological learning theories to=20
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The dynamics of specialization and generalization=20
within biological populations=09=09=09=09115
A. J. Spencer, I. D. Couzin and N. R. Franks=20


Representations of informational properties for complex systems=20
C. Joslyn and G. de Cooman=20

Optimal control of singular motion
H. Nosaka, K. Tsuji and A. H=FCbler=20

Social sand piles: purposive agents and self organized criticality
S. E. Page, H. Ishii and W. Yi=20

Synchronization in an array of population dynamic systems
D. Postnov, A. Balanov and E. Mosekilde=20

Dynamics of retinal ganglion cells modeled with hardware coupled=20
nonlinear oscillators
A. W. Przybyszewski, P. S. Linsay, P. Gaudiano and C.M. Wilson=20

Collective choice and mutual knowledge structure
D. Richards, B. D. McKay and W. A. Richards=20

Random walks, fractals and the origins of rainforest diversity
Ricard V. Sole and D. Alonso=20

Language learning and language contact
L. Steels=20

Electrodynamical model of quasi-efficient financial market
K. N. Illinski and A. S. Stepanenko=20

Adaptive agent-driven routing and load balancing in=20
communication networks
M. Heusse, D. Snyers, S. Guerin and P. Kuntz

On-off intermittency and riddled basins of attraction in a coupled
map system
J. Laugesen, E. Mosekilde, Yu. L. Maistrenko and V.L. Maistrenko

The Journal of Complex Systems is a new journal, published by=20
HERMES Publishing Co. Web page:

Subscriptions: hermes at, Attn: Subscriptions Dept.

                         AIMS and SCOPES

The Journal of Complex Systems aims to provide a medium of
communication for multidisciplinary approaches, either empirical=20
or theoretical, to the study of complex systems in such diverse=20
fields as biology, physics, engineering, economics, cognitive=20
science and social sciences, so as to promote the cross-
fertilization of ideas among all the scientific disciplines=20
having to deal with their own complex systems. By complex system,=20
it is meant a system comprised of a (usually large) number of=20
(usually strongly) interacting entities, processes, or agents, the=20
understanding of which requires the development, or the use of,=20
new scientific tools, nonlinear models, out-of equilibrium=20
descriptions and computer simulations. Understanding the behavior=20
of the whole from the behavior of its constituent units is a=20
recurring theme in modern science, and is the central topic of the=20
Journal of Complex Systems.=20

Papers suitable for publication in the Journal of Complex Systems=20
should deal with complex systems, from an empirical or theoretical=20
viewpoint, or both, in biology, physics, engineering, economics,=20
cognitive science and social sciences. This list is not exhaustive.=20
Papers should have a cross-disciplinary approach or perspective, and
have a significant scientific and technical content.=20


                         EDITORIAL BOARD

Eric Bonabeau (Editor-in-Chief), Santa Fe Institute, USA
Yaneer Bar-Yam, NECSI, USA
Eshel Ben-Jacob, Tel Aviv University, Israel=20
Jean-Louis Dessalles, Telecom Paris, France=20
Nigel R. Franks, University of Bath, UK=20
Toshio Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan=20
Paolo Gaudiano, Boston University, USA=20
Alfred Hubler, University of Illinois,Urbana-Champaign, USA=20
Cliff Joslyn, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA=20
Alan Kirman, GREQAM EHESS, France=20
Erik Mosekilde, The Technical University of Denmark=20
Avidan U. Neumann, Bar-Ilan University, Israel=20
Scott Page, University of Iowa, USA=20
Diana Richards, University of Minnesota, USA=20
Frank Schweitzer, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany=20
Ricard V. Sole,Universitat Politcnica de Catalunya, Spain=20
Peter Stadler, University of Vienna, Austria=20
Luc Steels, Brussels, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium=20
Guy Theraulaz, Paul Sabatier University, France=20
Andreas Wagner, Santa Fe Institute, USA=20
Gerard Weisbuch, Ecole Normale Superieure, France=20
David H. Wolpert, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Yi-Cheng Zhang, Universite de Fribourg, Switzerland

                 INSTRUCTIONS for prospective AUTHORS

Original papers can be submitted as regular papers or as letters.=20
Regular papers report detailed results, whereas letters are short=20
communications, not exceeding 3000 words, that report important new=20
results. Ideally, regular papers should contain between 3000 and=20
12000 words, but the editors may consider the publication of shorter=20
or longer papers if necessary. Short reviews and tutorials will also be=20
considered. Please contact the Editor-in-Chief (bonabeau at
before embarking on a review or tutorial.=20

It is extremely important that papers contain a sufficiently long=20
introduction accessible to a wide readership, and that results be put=20
in broader perspective in the conclusion. However, the main body of a=20
paper should not have a low technical content under the pretext that=20
the journal is multi-disciplinary.=20

The submission of a manuscript will be taken to imply that thematerial=20
is original and has not been and will not be (unless not accepted in=20
the Journal of Complex Systems) submitted in equivalent form for=20
publication elsewhere.=20

Papers will be published in English. The American or the British forms=20
of spelling may be used, but this usage must be consistent throughout=20
the manuscript.=20

Electronic submission is requested. Authors that use LaTex should use=20
the template files which are available at the journal's web page=20
( Authors using word processors should=20
conform to the style given in the sample postscript file ( which
can also be downloaded from the journal's web page. A postscript file=20
is sufficient for the first submission. Source files will be requested=20
when the paper is accepted for publication.=20

To submit a paper, upload it by ftp:=20

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Files cannot be downloaded from there, and directories cannot be=20
created. After uploading your files, send an email to=20
bonabeau at including a list of all uploaded files, a brief=20
description of the paper and a list of keywords.=20


4 issues yearly.
Subscriptions: hermes at, Attn: Subscriptions Dept.

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