NECSI

AcronymDefinition
NECSINew England Complex Systems Institute
NECSINew England Complexity Science Institute
NECSINew England Computer Solutions, Inc. (Massachusetts)
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Davidson, Complex Decision Making: Theory and Practice, NECSI, Cambridge, Mass, USA, 2015.
Bertrand et al., "A complex systems science approach to healthcare costs and quality," NECSI Report, 2012.
That diversion leaves less corn for human consumption -- enough to feed more than half-a-billion people, the NECSI study found -- and drives up the wide variety of products produced from corn, as well as the cost of animal feeds and, thus, the price of meat.
Dan Braha, Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and a co-faculty of the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) in Cambridge, MA, gave an exciting lecture on modeling complex dynamic systems.
necsi.edu/events/iccs/openconf/author/papers/f183.pdf
"Let me start with statistics," he says over the phone from his office at the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI), surrounded by the Kendall Square campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
International conferences sponsored by government agencies or new organizations like NECSI (New England Complex Systems Institute, founded 1996) have sponsored serial conferences of initially high rigor involving workers from all of the conventional sciences and many technology fields.
There are increasing numbers of young graduate and postdoctoral students at annual meetings of other complex systems societies, and major professors are beginning to send students to such meetings to meet established workers as the natural sciences increasingly recognize the complex systems aspects of their conventional disciplines (as for example, ICCS biannual meetings in the northeast, at necsi.org; or the ICSB meeting series, at icsb2001.org or any other year since then).