Robust Design: A Repertoire of Biological, Ecological, and by Erica Jen
By Erica Jen
Powerful layout brings jointly sixteen chapters through an eminent team of authors in quite a lot of fields providing facets of robustness in organic, ecological, and computational structures. The volme is the 1st to deal with robustness in organic, ecological, and computational structures. it really is an outgrowth of a brand new learn software on robustness on the Sante Fe Institute based through the David and Lucile Packard origin. For these attracted to complexity or interdisciplinary technology, robustness is noticeable as at present one of the such a lot intellectually energetic and promising study components with vital functions in all fields of technology, enterprise, and economics.
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