Mathematica Notebooks on Complex Systems
# Mathematica Notebooks on Complex Systems

These are Mathematica Notebooks written by
Richard G. Palmer of the
Department of Physics of
Duke University.
## Description

These notebooks were written for the Duke University course
PHY 48: Emergence of Complexity, taken by
first-year students in the
Origins Program,
one of the
Focus Interdisciplinary
Programs.
Notebooks on other
topics are also available.

The notebooks are designed for Mathematica version 4.0.

The notebooks mainly contain text and *unevaluated* Mathematica
expressions. The user is expected to evaluate all such expressions, one
at a time in order, unless otherwise instructed. Evaluating a whole
notebook usually doesn't work, and in any case misses much of the
point.

## Copyright and Usage

**These notebooks are Copyright Richard Palmer (1998).**
They may be freely used by individuals, and by classes at academic
institutions, provided:
- Credit is given to Richard Palmer as the original author; and
- They are not bought or sold or exchanged for profit, or incorporated
into material that is bought or sold or exchanged for profit.

Any other use requires the written permission of Richard Palmer.
## The Notebooks

You'll probably need to save the notebooks into files, start up
Mathematica, and then open the file(s).

*Last Updated: 05-Oct-99*