John Henry Holland

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John Henry Holland (1929 2 goe̍h 2 ~ ) sī gián-kiù ho̍k-cha̍p hē-thóng (complex system) kap hui-soàⁿ-sèng kho-ha̍k (nonlinear science) ê sian-hêng-chiá, i mā sī uî-thoân ián-soàn-hoat (genetic algorithm) ê khai-chhòng-chiá.

Holland tī Bí-kok Ann Arbor ê Michigan Tāi-ha̍k the̍h tio̍h tian-náu kho-ha̍k ê phok-sū ha̍k-uī, lō͘-boé tī hia tam-jīm sim-lí-ha̍k, tiān-ki kang-têng, tiān-náu kho-ha̍k ê kàu-siū. I mā sī Michigan Tāi-ha̍k Ho̍k-cha̍p Hē-thóng Gián-kiù Tiong-sim (Center for the Study of Complex Systems, CSCS) kap Santa Fe Gián-kiù-īⁿ (Santa Fe Institute) ê toā-kioh-siàu.

Tù-chok[siu-kái]

  • Adaptation in Natural and Artificial Systems (1975, 1992) Uî-thoân ián-soàn-hoat ê tē 1 pún chu
  • Hidden Order: How Adaptation Builds Complexity (1995)
  • Emergence: From Chaos to Order (1998)

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