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Coevolutionary dynamics in large, but finite populations.
Coevolving and competing species or game-theoretic strategies exhibit rich and complex dynamics for which a general theoretical framework based on finite populations is still lacking. Recently, anExpand
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Coevolutionary dynamics: from finite to infinite populations.
Traditionally, frequency dependent evolutionary dynamics is described by deterministic replicator dynamics assuming implicitly infinite population sizes. Only recently have stochastic processes beenExpand
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Induction of slow oscillations by rhythmic acoustic stimulation
Slow oscillations are electrical potential oscillations with a spectral peak frequency of ∼0.8 Hz, and hallmark the electroencephalogram during slow‐wave sleep. Recent studies have indicated a causalExpand
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Estimation of time delay by coherence analysis
Using coherence analysis (which is an extensively used method to study the correlations in frequency domain, between two simultaneously measured signals) we estimate the time delay between twoExpand
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Offdiagonal complexity: A computationally quick complexity measure for graphs and networks
A vast variety of biological, social, and economical networks shows topologies drastically differing from random graphs; yet the quantitative characterization remains unsatisfactory from a conceptualExpand
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Non-Gaussian fluctuations arising from finite populations: Exact results for the evolutionary Moran process.
  • J. Claussen, A. Traulsen
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 24 September 2004
The appropriate description of fluctuations within the framework of evolutionary game theory is a fundamental unsolved problem in the case of finite populations. The Moran process recently introducedExpand
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A Thalamocortical Neural Mass Model of the EEG during NREM Sleep and Its Response to Auditory Stimulation
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A neural mass model of the thalamocortical system during natural non-REM sleep, which is able to generate fast sleep spindles (12–15 Hz), slow oscillations (<1 Hz) and K-complexes, as well as their distinct temporal relations, and response to auditory stimuli. Expand
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Cyclic dominance and biodiversity in well-mixed populations.
Coevolutionary dynamics is investigated in chemical catalysis, biological evolution, social and economic systems. The dynamics of these systems can be analyzed within the unifying framework ofExpand
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Similarity-based cooperation and spatial segregation.
We analyze a cooperative game, where the cooperative act is not based on the previous behavior of the coplayer, but on the similarity between the players. This system has been studied in a mean-fieldExpand
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Drift reversal in asymmetric coevolutionary conflicts: influence of microscopic processes and population size
Abstract.The coevolutionary dynamics in finite populations currently is investigated in a wide range of disciplines, as chemical catalysis, biological evolution, social and economic systems. TheExpand
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