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John Holland

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John Holland is considered one of the seminal thinkers in Complex Adaptive Systems theory.


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Signal and Boundaries: building blocks for complex adaptive systems

This key text by John Holland helps explain how individual building blocks are able to process inputs and self-organize without central control

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