Reconstructing the Stochastic Evolution Diagram of Dynamic Complex Systems


  • Navid Bazzazzadeh University of Heidelberg
  • Benedikt Brors University of Heidelberg
  • Roland Eils University of Heidelberg


The behavior and dynamics of complex systems are in focus of many research fields. The complexity of such systems comes not only from the number of their elements, but also from the unavoidable emergence of new properties of the system, which are not just a simple summation of the properties of its elements. The behavior of complex systems can be fitted with a number of well developed models, which, however, do not incorporate the modularity and the evolution of a system simultaneously. In this work, we propose a generalized model that addresses this issue. Our model is developed within the Random Set Theory’s framework and allows for reconstructing the stochastic evolution diagrams of complex systems.




How to Cite

Bazzazzadeh, N., Brors, B., & Eils, R. (2011). Reconstructing the Stochastic Evolution Diagram of Dynamic Complex Systems. Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 25(1), 1760-1761. Retrieved from