the study of complex and chaotic systems and how order, pattern, and structure can arise from them.
the theory that processes having a large number of seemingly independent agents can spontaneously order themselves into a coherent system.
(maths) the study of complex systems, including subjects such as chaos theory and genetic algorithms
(computing) a field in theoretical computer science dealing with the resources required during computation to solve a given problem
[adjective, verb kuh m-pleks, kom-pleks; noun kom-pleks] /adjective, verb kəmˈplɛks, ˈkɒm plɛks; noun ˈkɒm plɛks/ adjective 1. composed of many interconnected parts; compound; composite: a complex highway system. 2. characterized by a very complicated or involved arrangement of parts, units, etc.: complex machinery. 3. so complicated or intricate as to be hard to understand or […]
[muh-sheen] /məˈʃin/ noun 1. an apparatus consisting of interrelated parts with separate functions, used in the performance of some kind of work: a sewing machine. 2. a mechanical apparatus or contrivance; mechanism. 3. Mechanics. 4. Older Use. 5. a bicycle or motorcycle. 6. a vending machine: a cigarette machine. 7. any complex agency or operating […]
noun 1. a mathematical expression (a + bi) in which a and b are real numbers and i 2 = −1. noun 1. any number of the form a + ib, where a and b are real numbers and i = √–1 See number (sense 1) complex number (kŏm’plěks’) A number that can be expressed […]
- Complex odontoma
complex odontoma n. An odontoma in which the various odontogenic tissues appear in a haphazard arrangement that bears no resemblence to teeth.