Table of Contents
Volume 16 Issue 2 – In Production
Volume 16 Issue 1
Volume 15 Issue 2-3
Volume 15 Issue 1
Volume 14 Issue 3
Volume 14 Issue 2
Volume 14 Issue 1
Volume 13 Issue 2/3
Volume 13 Issue 1
Volume 12 Issue 3
Volume 12 Issue 2
Volume 12 Issue 1
Volume 11 Issue 3
Volume 11 Issue 2
Volume 11 Issue 1
Volume 10 Issue 3
Volume 10 Issue 2
Volume 10 Issue 1
Franco F. Orsucci
Co-founder and President of Mayfair Academy for Advanced Studies (MAAS), London
Visiting Professor, University College London
Director, Institute for Complexity Studies, Rome
Institute for Complexity Studies, Rome, Italy
CERFIM (Research Center for Mathematics and Physics), Locarno, Switzerland
ISSI (Institute for Scientific and Interdisciplinary Studies), Locarno, Switzerland
Editor’s Author Page: https://novapublishers.com/writer/nicoletta-sala/?orderby=brand
Editorial Board Members
Henry Abarbanel, University of California, San Diego, USA
Fred Abraham, Bluberry Brain Institute, USA & NCU, London
Diederik Aerts, Free University, Brussels, Belgium
Valentin Afraimovich, University of Berlin, Germany
Kazuyuki Aihara, University of Tokyo, Japan
Sergio Albeverio, University of Bonn, Germany
Stefano Boccaletti, National Institute of Optics, Florence, Italy
Gabriele Cappellato, University of Lugano, Mendrisio, Switzerland
Elio Conte, University of Bari, Bari, Italy
Giovanni Dosi, University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy
Jeffrey Elman, University of California, San Diego, USA
Giulio De Felice, Niccolò Cusano University, London
Liane Gabora, University of British Columbia, Canada
Alessandro Giuliani, Istituto Superiore Sanità, Rome, Italy
Celso Grebogi, University of Aberdeen, UK
Fanji Gu, Fudan University, China
Steve Guastello, Marquette University, Milwaukee, USA
Sibel Halfon, Bilgi University Istanbul, Turkey
Alan Hastings, University of California, Davis, USA
Uwe an der Heiden, University of Witten/Herdecke, Germany
Scott Kelso, Florida Atlantic University, USA
Ljubisa Kocic, University of Nis, Yugoslavia
Zbignew Kowalik, University of Dusseldorf, Germany
Juergen Kurths, Universitaet Potsdam, Germany
Terry Marks-Tarlow, UCLA, USA & NCU, London, UK
Danilo Merlini, Cerfim and ISSI, Switzerland
Alexander Mikhailov, Max-Planck-Gesellshaft, Germany
Chiara Mocenni, University of Siena, Siena, Italy
Arianna Palmieri, University of Padua, Italy
Ulrich Parlitz, University Gottingen, Germany
Lou Pecora, Naval Research Laboratory, USA
Heinz-Otto Peitgen, University of Bremen, Germany
Laurent Pezard, Universite Rene Descartes, France
Rita Pizzi, University of Milan, Italy
Kestutis Pyragas, Semiconductor Phys. Inst., Lithuania
Paul Rapp, Norristown State Hospital, USA
Guenther Schiepek, Paracelsus University, Salzburg, Austria
Gabriele Serafini, Universita Niccolo Cusano, Rome, Italy
Bill Sulis, MacMaster University, Canada
Richard Taylor, University of Oregon, USA
Qing Ye Tong, Zhejiang University, China
Wolfgang Tschacher, University of Bern, Switzerland
Ichiro Tsuda, Hokkaido University Sapporo, Japan
Angelo Vulpiani, Università di Roma, Italy
Chuck Webber, Loyola University, USA
Damian Zanette, Centro Atomico Bariloche, Argentina
NOTES FOR CONTRIBUTORS
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