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The dynamics of human gait
- M. Perc
- Computer Science
- 1 May 2005
It is shown that short continuous recordings of the human locomotory apparatus possess properties typical of deterministic chaotic systems, and user-friendly programs are provided for each implemented method.
Coevolutionary Games - A Mini Review
Languages cool as they expand: Allometric scaling and the decreasing need for new words
- A. Petersen, J. Tenenbaum, S. Havlin, H. Stanley, M. Perc
- LinguisticsScientific reports
- 10 December 2012
The annual growth fluctuations of word use has a decreasing trend as the corpus size increases, indicating a slowdown in linguistic evolution following language expansion.
Social diversity and promotion of cooperation in the spatial prisoner's dilemma game.
This work considers different distributions of extrinsic factors that determine the social diversity of players, and finds that the power-law distribution enables the best promotion of cooperation.
Evolutionary dynamics of group interactions on structured populations: a review
- M. Perc, J. Gómez-Gardeñes, A. Szolnoki, L. Floría, Y. Moreno
- BiologyJournal of The Royal Society Interface
- 10 January 2013
The review particularly highlights that the study of the dynamics of group interactions, like several other important equilibrium and non-equilibrium dynamical processes in biological, economical and social sciences, benefits from the synergy between statistical physics, network science and evolutionary game theory.
Detecting chaos from a time series
The chaotic behaviour of a driven resonant circuit is studied directly from the experimental data. We use basic nonlinear time series analysis methods that are appropriate for undergraduate courses.…
Functional Connectivity in Islets of Langerhans from Mouse Pancreas Tissue Slices
Focusing on the temporal evolution of the network under stimulation with glucose, it is shown that the dynamics are more correlated under stimulation than under non-stimulated conditions and that the highest overall correlation is observed in the activation and deactivation phases when cells are driven by the external stimulus.
Statistical Physics of Human Cooperation
Statistical physics of vaccination
Evolutionary Establishment of Moral and Double Moral Standards through Spatial Interactions
The findings suggest that the consideration of punishment strategies allows one to understand the establishment and spreading of “moral behavior” by means of game-theoretical concepts, demonstrating that quantitative biological modeling approaches are powerful even in domains that have been addressed with non-mathematical concepts so far.