Complexity in social systems: from data to models
In the last twenty years, the complex systems approach to the study of social systems has experienced a very fast development.
Topics belonging to very different domains such as markets dynamics, urban planning and segregation problems, (...)
Interactions dans les Systèmes Complexes (ISC)
Cette conférence internationale a pour objet l’analyse et la modélisation des interactions dans le champ interdisciplinaire des sciences humaines et sociales, des mathématiques, de l’informatique, de la (...)
Xuding Zhu, "Graph Theory model for scheduling problems"
Scheduling is the process of deciding how to commit resources between a variety of possible tasks. A typical phenomenon is that there are conflicts between pairs of tasks that forbids them to share a resource. In this case, graphs provide an ideal model for the problem. Vertices represent tasks, and two vertices are connected by an edge if there are conflicts between the corresponding tasks.