About this book series

SpringerBriefs in Complexity are a series of slim high-quality publications encompassing the entire spectrum of complex systems science and technology. Featuring compact volumes of 50 to 125 pages  (approximately 20,000–45,000), Briefs are shorter than a conventional book but longer than a journal article. Thus Briefs serve as timely, concise tools for students, researchers, and professionals.

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  • A manual describing underlying principles and best practices for an experimental or computational technique
  • An essay exploring new ideas broader topics such as science and society

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Electronic ISSN
2191-5334
Print ISSN
2191-5326
Series Editor
  • Henry D. I. Abarbanel,
  • Dan Braha,
  • Péter Érdi,
  • Karl J. Friston,
  • Hermann Haken,
  • Kunihiko Kaneko,
  • Scott Kelso,
  • Jürgen Kurths,
  • Ronaldo Menezes,
  • Andrzej Nowak,
  • Hassan Qudrat-Ullah,
  • Peter Schuster,
  • Frank Schweitzer,
  • Didier Sornette,
  • Stefan Thurner

Book titles in this series

  1. Target in Control

    Social Influence as Distributed Information Processing

    Authors:
    • Andrzej K. Nowak
    • Robin R. Vallacher
    • Agnieszka Rychwalska
    • Magdalena Roszczyńska-Kurasińska
    • Copyright: 2019
    • Published: 27 February 2020

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. zbMATH