Aha... That is Interesting! : John H Holland, 85 Years Young by Jan W Vasbinder

By Jan W Vasbinder

John Holland is among the few scientists, who all by means of themselves and by means of their objectives, helped switch the process technology and the wealth of human wisdom. there's infrequently a box of technological know-how or difficulties, that isn't tormented by John's paintings on complexity and specifically, advanced adaptive platforms. at the get together of his eighty fifth birthday, a lot of his acquaintances wrote approximately John, approximately aspects of this notable guy that basically humans just about him can be aware of and tell.

This ebook collects these tales highlighting elements of the construction of complexity technology that might probably now not be present in the books on John's works.

The tales and anecdotes approximately his quests, his collaborators, and his buddies, exhibit his exceptional brain, his boyish interest and explorative power, his philosophy of existence, his huge, immense hospitality and average inclination to make friends.


  • John Holland as Brother, Father, Uncle, pal, Youngest guy, Poker participant, Boss, Colleague, instructor and Evolutionary Paradox
  • About Self Reproducing Automata, the area of Economics, Genetic Algorithms, complicated Adaptive platforms, Agent established Modeling
  • Poem, Poetry, His type, Shoshin, A Tribute, First stumble upon, resource of thought, BACH team, Para Limes

Readership: scholars, lecturers and an individual attracted to complexity technology.
Key Features:

  • Gives a special perception into the area of individuals taken with constructing complexity science
  • A relocating tribute to a privotal determine through buddies, a lot of whom are popular scientists
  • Highlights a curious brain that has stayed younger for eighty five years

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