Category Archives: Fractals

ECCS 13 in Barcelona

Several of us from the Mechanicity and Eunoia Projects are embarked on an expedition to the European Conference on Complex Systems held this year in Barcelona. Tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday, we present in various satellite sessions devoted to Complexity-Net, our … Continue reading

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ECTQG 2013

CASA members presented at this meeting which is being held at Dourdan near Paris September 6-9. Melanie Bosredon and Robin Morphet presented papers on their various models of land use systems and Mike Batty joined Wolfgang Weidlich and Peter Allen … Continue reading

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MIT’s Media Lab as City Science

Suddenly the world seems to have woken up to the fact that we can treat cities as a science. More than 100 years ago, Patrick Geddes said “Thus, in fact, appear the methods of a Science of Cities …..”  in Cities in … Continue reading

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