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Applications of Kauffman’s coevolutionary NKCS model to management and organization studies (2011)
Book Chapter
Vidgen, R., & Bull, L. (2011). Applications of Kauffman’s coevolutionary NKCS model to management and organization studies. In P. Allen, S. Maguire, & B. McKelvey (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Complexity and Management, 201-219. SAGE Publications Limited

A number of studies have used tuneable, abstract models of organism evolution like Kauffman's (1993) NK model to capture and explore aspects of organizations and their adaptation in the business environment (eg Levinthal, 1997; Rivkin, 2000; Lenox... Read More about Applications of Kauffman’s coevolutionary NKCS model to management and organization studies.

Computing with planar toppling domino arrangements (2011)
Book Chapter
Stevens, W. (2011). Computing with planar toppling domino arrangements. In C. S. Calude, J. Kari, I. Petre, & G. Rozenberg (Eds.), Unconventional Computation, 10th International Conference, UC 2011, 224-233. Springer

A method for implementing Boolean logic functions using arrangements of toppling dominoes is described. Any desired combinational function can be implemented. A circuit constructed using this method has no timing or order constraints on its inputs an... Read More about Computing with planar toppling domino arrangements.

Towards physarum robots (2011)
Book Chapter
Jones, J., Tsuda, S., & Adamatzky, A. (2011). Towards physarum robots. In Y. Meng, & Y. Jin (Eds.), Bio-Inspired Self-Organizing Robotic Systems, 215-251. Springer-Verlag