Top 20 Books Referenced in E:CO papers
Since Volume 8 contributors to E:CO has been required to provide ISBNs for all book
references. This has allowed ISCE-P to not only embed web links into the online
version of E:CO, but also to more easily track which sources have been most influential
(for good or for bad) with E:CO's contributors. Below are details of the Top 20
most referenced titles. The dataset for this analysis starts with Issue 8.1 (2006)
and is updated each time a new issue appears. Unfortunately, different editions
of the same title will have different ISBNs. This list does not take this possiblility
into account and so may be biased against titles that have been published in many
different formats and editions. This also means that a title may appear in the list
more than once. If so, it is probably this title that should to be in the Number
1 spot. As such, this list can only be regarded as no more than a rough indicator.
You can at least be sure that if you're new to complexity, the books listed below
are an essential read.
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