Posts Tagged ‘networks’

The effect of travel restrictions on the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

April 1, 2020

The effect of travel restrictions on the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Matteo Chinazzi1, Jessica T. Davis1, Marco Ajelli2, Corrado
Gioannini3, Maria Litvinova3, Stefano Merler2, Ana Pastore y Piontti1, Kunpeng Mu1, Luca Rossi3, Kaiyuan Sun4, Cécile Viboud4, Xinyue Xiong1, Hongjie Yu5, M. Elizabeth Halloran6,7, Ira M. Longini Jr.8,*, Alessandro Vespignani1,3,*

A structural transition in physical networks | Nature

August 11, 2019

A structural transition in physical networks

Nima Dehmamy, Soodabeh Milanlouei & Albert-László Barabási

Naturevolume 563, pages676–680 (2018)

Phys. Rev. E 92, 032810 (2015) – Thermodynamic characterization of networks using graph polynomials

March 31, 2017

Thermodynamic characterization of #networks using graph polynomials Application to the stockmarket & biological data

How can Facebook and its users burst the ‘filter bubble’? | New Scientist

December 11, 2016

How can Facebook…burst the filter bubble? How reporting via social networks leads to bias & how to "flip the feed"

Integrated Systems Approach Identifies Genetic Nodes and Networks in Late-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease: Cell

October 1, 2016

Zhang, Bin, Chris Gaiteri, Liviu-Gabriel Bodea, Zhi Wang, Joshua McElwee, Alexei A. Podtelezhnikov, Chunsheng Zhang et al. "Integrated systems approach identifies genetic nodes and networks in late-onset Alzheimer’s disease." Cell 153, no. 3 (2013): 707-720.

Integrated systems approach identifies genetic…#networks in…Alzheimer’s Determining causality from co-expression

PLOS Computational Biology: The Evolutionary Origins of Hierarchy

June 29, 2016

Evolutionary Origins of Hierarchy Simulations explain how connection cost drives formation in sparse #networks

Turns Out All Your Friends Have More Friends Than You

June 9, 2016

All Your Friends Have More Friends Than You Twist on social #networks having a #powerlaw degree distribution
The paradox arises because numbers of friends people have are distributed in a way that follows a power law rather than an ordinary linear relationship. So most people have a few friends while a small number of people have lots of friends.

DREM 2.0: Improved reconstruction of dynamic regulatory networks from time-series expression data | BMC Systems Biology | Full Text

April 8, 2016

DREM…reconstruction of…regulatory #networks from time-series expression Classic approach using 3-level IO #HMMs

Networks, Crowds, and Markets: A Book by David Easley and Jon Kleinberg

February 7, 2016

Understanding multicellular function and disease with human tissue-specific networks : Nature Genetics : Nature Publishing Group

November 28, 2015

Human tissue-specific #networks by @TroyanskayaLab
Brain-specific ones & NetWAS approach for combining #GWAS genes

access all tissue networks including the brain-specific
networks at