Dynamic Pattern Synthesis (DPS) explores complexity in datasets and changing patterns. It finds stable patterns versus instability and noise.
DPS open source publications are available at the White Horse Publications Page
Link to Excel Spreadsheet with supporting Data for DPS using Microsoft Excel 2nd Edition 2023
References to DPS and its application
- Alemna, D (2022) Monetary Convergence Across the Economic Community of West African States: Lessons for the Envisioned West African Monetary Union. Complexity Governance and Networks 7 (1) Available at Research Gate
- Alemna, D., & Artaraz, K. H. (2021). The complexity and instability of policy conditionality and transfer: IMF interventions in the political economy of South America. Complexity Governance and Networks, 6(1), 14-31. Available at Research Gate
- Bicket, M., Christie, I., Gilbert, N., Hills, D., Penn, A., & Wilkinson, H. (2020). Handling Complexity in Policy Evaluation: Supplementary Guide to Magenta Book. London: HM Treasury. Magenta_Book_supplementary_guide._Handling_Complexity_in_policy_evaluation.pdf (publishing.service.gov.uk)
- Haynes, P. (2017). Social Synthesis: understanding patterns in complex social systems. Oxon: Routledge.
- Haynes, P., & Alemna, D. (2022). From aggregations to multimethod case configurations. Case diversity in quantitative analysis when explaining COVID-19 fatalities. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-12. doi: 10.1080/13645579.2022.2122224 Available at IJSRM
- Taylor, L., Haynes, P., & Darking, M. (2021). English local government finance in transition: towards the ‘marketization of income’. Public Management Review, 23(7), 1081-1106. Available at Public Management Review