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This page stub is meant to stimulate research on learning curve in complex systems at a variety of scales: universal, geochemical, biological, psychological, sociological or technological.  
 
If you would like to collaboratively edit it, you are welcome to [[Join EDU]]. You are welcome to email [mailto:ggeorgi2000@gmail.com Georgi Georgiev] [mailto:johnsmart@gmail.com John Smart] or [mailto:clement.vidal@philosophons.com Clément Vidal] to add more questions here, suggest corrections or solutions.  
 
If you would like to collaboratively edit it, you are welcome to [[Join EDU]]. You are welcome to email [mailto:ggeorgi2000@gmail.com Georgi Georgiev] [mailto:johnsmart@gmail.com John Smart] or [mailto:clement.vidal@philosophons.com Clément Vidal] to add more questions here, suggest corrections or solutions.  
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== Definition ==
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A learning curve – a curve that describes the parameters of self-organization in complex systems.
  
 
== Situation ==
 
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== Problems ==  
 
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* What are the main kinds of learning curves?
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* Can we categorize them as illustrating either evolutionary or developmental dynamics?
  
 
== Benefits ==  
 
== Benefits ==  

Latest revision as of 15:49, 7 March 2012

This page stub is meant to stimulate research on learning curve in complex systems at a variety of scales: universal, geochemical, biological, psychological, sociological or technological. If you would like to collaboratively edit it, you are welcome to Join EDU. You are welcome to email Georgi Georgiev John Smart or Clément Vidal to add more questions here, suggest corrections or solutions.

Definition

A learning curve – a curve that describes the parameters of self-organization in complex systems.

Situation

Problems

  • What are the main kinds of learning curves?
  • Can we categorize them as illustrating either evolutionary or developmental dynamics?

Benefits

Bibliography