Our paper “Geometric Correlations Mitigate the Extreme Vulnerability of Multiplex Networks against Targeted Attacks” has been published in Physical Review Letters. Check out the final version at https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.118.218301.
Evolutionary games on structured populations have been studied extensively in recent years. In reality, social interactions take place in different domains, which naturally requires a multiplex description.… Read more “Topological enslavement and mutual spatial selection in evolutionary games on scale-free multiplex networks”
Today I will give a talk and workshop at Zurcher Kamingespraeche http://www.zuercher-kamingespraeche.de/willkommen.html. Titel: Towards a democratic, scalable, and sustainable digital future (a complex systems perspective) Slides:
The evolution of cooperation in situations where selfish behavior would lead to defection is at the root of the formation of human societies and has attracted a… Read more “New paper: Spatial clustering and heterogeneity in evolutionary games on structured populations: a unified framework”
Read the paper at https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.05952 Abstract: We present a model that takes into account the coupling between evolutionary game dynamics and social influence. Importantly, social influence and game… Read more “New paper: Interplay between social influence and competitive strategical games in multiplex networks”
https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.02246 Abstract: We show that real multiplex networks are unexpectedly robust against targeted attacks on high degree nodes, and that hidden interlayer geometric correlations predict this robustness.… Read more “New paper: Geometric correlations mitigate the extreme vulnerability of multiplex networks against targeted attacks”
I am happy to announce that I will give two talks at this years DPG Spring Meeting in Dresden, 19.-24. of March: SOE 16.1 (46) Location: GÖR… Read more “Talks at DPG conference”