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Dirk Helbing - Institute for Transport & Economics, Dresden University of Technology, Andreas-Schubert-Str. 23, 01062 Dresden, Germany (email)
Jürgen Jost - Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Inselstr. 22, 04103 Leipzig, Germany (email)
Alessandro Vespignani - School of Informatics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47048, United States (email)
This issue of Networks and Heterogeneous Media (NHM) collects selected papers of the European Conference on Complex Systems ’07, which took place in Dresden, Germany, from October 1 to 6, 2007.
Studying complex systems has enormously changed our view of the world. The discovery that actions and reactions are often disproportionate and that small per- turbations can cause tremendous responses, has led to new scientific disciplines such as catastrophe theory, chaos theory, and the theory of phase transitions.
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Mathematics Subject Classification: XXXX
Published: March 2008.