CS 346U Exploring Complexity in Science and Technology
Introduction to Complex Systems, an interdisciplinary field that studies how collections of simple entities organize themselves to produce complex behavior, use information, and adapt and learn. Focuses on common principles underlying complexity in science and technology, and includes ideas from physics, biology, the social sciences, and computer science. The course may not be used as one of the upper-division CS Electives for the BS degree in Computer Science. This course is the same as SySc 346; course may be taken only once for credit.
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