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Identifying optimal targets of network attack by belief propagation
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We apply the BPD algorithm (which has approximately linear time complexity) to the network optimal attack problem and demonstrate that it has much better performance than a recently proposed collective information algorithm [Morone and Makse, 2015]. Expand
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Spin glass approach to the feedback vertex set problem
  • H. Zhou
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • 26 July 2013
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A feedback vertex set (FVS) of an undirected graph is a set of vertices that contains at least one vertex of each cycle of the graph. Expand
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Social cycling and conditional responses in the Rock-Paper-Scissors game
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We observe population-level persistent cyclic motions in a laboratory experiment of the discrete-time iterated RPS game under the traditional random pairwise-matching protocol. Expand
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Fast and simple decycling and dismantling of networks
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In this paper we propose a simple and extremely fast algorithm, CoreHD, which recursively removes nodes of the highest degree from the 2-core of the network. Expand
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Co-emergence of multi-scale cortical activities of irregular firing, oscillations and avalanches achieves cost-efficient information capacity
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We propose a generic, biologically plausible neural circuit model that captures excitation-inhibition balance and realistic dynamics of synaptic conductance. Expand
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Solving the undirected feedback vertex set problem by local search
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In this paper we develop a simulated annealing local search algorithm for the undirected FVS problem. Expand
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Statistical physics of hard combinatorial optimization: The vertex cover problem
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We use the vertex cover problem, a basic nondeterministic-polynomial (NP)-complete combinatorial optimization problem of wide application, as an example to introduce the statistical physical methods and algorithms. Expand
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Active online learning in the binary perceptron problem
  • H. Zhou
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • 1 February 2019
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We demonstrate that it is mathematically possible to achieve perfect (error-free) inference using only $N$ designed training patterns, but this is computationally unfeasible for large systems. Expand
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Nuclear Localization in the Biology of the CD40 Receptor in Normal and Neoplastic Human B Lymphocytes*
CD40 is a tumor necrosis factor (TNF) receptor superfamily, (TNFR; TNFRSF-5) member, that initiates important signaling pathways mediating cell growth, survival, and differentiation in B-lymphocytes.Expand
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Elastic property of single double-stranded DNA molecules: theoretical study and comparison with experiments.
This paper aims at a comprehensive understanding of the novel elastic property of double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) discovered very recently through single-molecule manipulation techniques. A generalExpand
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