List of Publications

David P. Feldman

List of publications and citations on google scholar


  1. D.P. Feldman. Chaos and Fractals: An Elementary Introduction. Oxford University Press. 2012. See also the website for the book.


  2. A.E. Demeo, D.P. Feldman, and M.L. Peterson. A Human Ecological Approach to Energy Literacy through Hands-On Projects: An Essential Component of Effectively Addressing Climate Change. Journal of Sustainability Education. 4. Jan, 2013.

  3. M.D. Robinson, D.P. Feldman, and S.R. McKay. Local Entropy and Structure in a Two-Dimensional Frustrated System. Chaos. 23(3):037114. 2011.

  4. D.P. Feldman, C.S. McTague, and J.P. Crutchfield. The Organization of Intrinsic Computation: Complexity-Entropy Diagrams and the Diversity of Natural Information Processing. Chaos. 18:043106. 2008. DOI: 10.1063/1.2991106. Also available at: arXiv:0806.4789v1.

  5. D.P. Feldman and J.P. Crutchfield, Synchronizing to Periodicity: The Transient Information and Synchronization Time of Periodic Sequences. Advances in Complex Systems. 7(3-4): 329-355, 2004.

  6. D.P. Feldman and J.P. Crutchfield, Structural Information in Two-Dimensional Patterns: Entropy Convergence and Excess Entropy. Physical Review E. 67:051104. 2003.

  7. J.P. Crutchfield and D.P. Feldman, Regularities Unseen, Randomness Observed: The Entropy Convergence Hierarchy. Chaos, 15: 25-54. 2003.

  8. J.P. Crutchfield and D.P. Feldman, Synchronizing to the Environment: Information Theoretic Constraints on Agent Learning. Advances in Complex Systems, 4:251-264, 2001.

  9. J. P. Crutchfield, D. P. Feldman, and C. R. Shalizi, Comment I on ``Simple Measure for Complexity''. Physical Review E, 62:(2), pp. 2996-7, 2000.

  10. D. P. Feldman, Computational Mechanics of Classical Spin Systems, Ph.D. Dissertation, Physics Department, University of California, Davis, (September, 1998).

  11. D.P. Feldman and J. P. Crutchfield, Discovering Non-critical Organization: Statistical Mechanical, Information Theoretic, and Computational Views of Patterns in Simple One-Dimensional Spin Systems. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 98-04-026.

  12. D. P. Feldman and J.P. Crutchfield, Statistical Measures of Complexity: Why? Physics Letters A, 238:(4-5), 244-252, 1998.

  13. J. P. Crutchfield and D. P. Feldman, Statistical Complexity of Simple One-Dimensional Spin Systems, Physical Review E, 55:(2), R1239-42. 1997.

Book Reviews

  1. Review of "Complex and Adaptive Dynamical Systems". Physics Today, 62(7):58-9, July 2009.

  2. Review of "Monte Carlo Methods in Statistical Physics", by M.E.J. Newman and G.T. Barkema. Computers in Science and Engineering, 2:73-4, 2000.


(Last Updated August 2012.)