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Effective networks: a model to predict network structure and critical transitions from datasets

@article{Eroglu2019EffectiveNA,
  title={Effective networks: a model to predict network structure and critical transitions from datasets},
  author={Deniz Eroglu and Matteo Tanzi and Sebastian van Strien and Tiago Pereira},
  journal={arXiv: Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems},
  year={2019}
}
Real-world complex systems such as ecological communities and neuron networks are essential parts of our everyday lives. These systems are composed of units which interact through intricate networks. The ability to predict sudden changes in network behaviour, known as critical transitions, from data is important to avert disastrous consequences of major disruptions. Predicting such changes is a major challenge as it requires forecasting the behaviour for parameter ranges for which no data on… Expand

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