Fungal colony patterning as an example of biological self-organization (Chapter 13)

E. Bystrova, E. Bogomolova, L. Panina, A. Bulianitsa, V. Kurochkin

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In June of 2002, over 500 professors, students and researchers met in Boston, Massachusetts for the Fourth International Conference on Complex Systems. The attendees represented a remarkably diverse collection of fields: biology, ecology, physics, engineering, computer science, economics, psychology and sociology, The goal of the conference was to encourage cross-fertilization between the many disciplines represented and to deepen understanding of the properties common to all complex systems. This volume contains 43 papers selected from the more than 200 presented at the conference. Topics include: cellular automata, neurology, evolution, computer science, network dynamics, and urban planning. About NECSI: For over 10 years, The New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) has been instrumental in the development of complex systems science and its applications. NECSI conducts research, education, knowledge dissemination, and community development around the world for the promotion of the study of complex sys
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnifying themes in complex systems IV (Eds. A.A. Minai & Y. Bar-Yam)
PublisherSpringer
Pages390 стр., 139-148
ISBN (Print)9783540738487
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Bystrova, E., Bogomolova, E., Panina, L., Bulianitsa, A., & Kurochkin, V. (2008). Fungal colony patterning as an example of biological self-organization (Chapter 13). In Unifying themes in complex systems IV (Eds. A.A. Minai & Y. Bar-Yam) (pp. 390 стр., 139-148). Springer.
Bystrova, E. ; Bogomolova, E. ; Panina, L. ; Bulianitsa, A. ; Kurochkin, V. / Fungal colony patterning as an example of biological self-organization (Chapter 13). Unifying themes in complex systems IV (Eds. A.A. Minai & Y. Bar-Yam). Springer, 2008. pp. 390 стр., 139-148
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Bystrova, E, Bogomolova, E, Panina, L, Bulianitsa, A & Kurochkin, V 2008, Fungal colony patterning as an example of biological self-organization (Chapter 13). in Unifying themes in complex systems IV (Eds. A.A. Minai & Y. Bar-Yam). Springer, pp. 390 стр., 139-148.

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Bystrova E, Bogomolova E, Panina L, Bulianitsa A, Kurochkin V. Fungal colony patterning as an example of biological self-organization (Chapter 13). In Unifying themes in complex systems IV (Eds. A.A. Minai & Y. Bar-Yam). Springer. 2008. p. 390 стр., 139-148