Selection of topics

Focus topics of:
Jan Nagler, Lucas Böttcher & Gregory Wheeler

D'Angelo, F., Böttcher, L., 2020. Learning the Ising Model with Generative Neutral Networks, Physical Review Research Vol. 2(2), pp. 1-15.

Nagler, J., Hoven, J., Helbing, D. An Extension of Asimov´s Robotics Laws, in: Dirk Helbing (ed): Towards Digital Enlightenment, Cham: Springer, pp. 41-46 (2018)

Gregory Wheeler (2021). Discounting Desirable GamblesProceedings of Machine Learning Research 147: 331-341, 2021.

Arthur Paul Pedersen and Gregory Wheeler (2018). Dilation and Asymmetric RelevanceProceedings of Machine Learning Research 103: 324--326, 2019.

Gregory Wheeler (2017). Machine Epistemology and Big Data, in Lee MacIntyre and Alex Rosenberg (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Social Science, New York: Routledge, pp. 321-329, 2017.

Focus topics of:
Jan Nagler, Lucas Böttcher & Pia Domschke

Wald, S., Böttcher, L., 2021. From classical to quantum walks with stochastic resetting on networks, Physical Review E Vol. 103(1).

Richter, P., Henkel, M., Böttcher, L., 2020. Aging and relaxation in bistable contagion dynamics, Physical Review E Vol. 102(4).

Böttcher, L., 2020. A Random-Line-Graph Approach to Overlapping Line Segments, Journal of Complex Networks Vol. 8, pp. 1-8.

Böttcher, L., Antulov-Fantulin, N., 2020. Unifying continuous, discrete, and hybrid susceptible-infected-recovered processes on networks, Physical Review Research Vol. 2(3).

Nauer, S., Böttcher, L., Porter, M., 2019. Random-Graph Models and Characterization of Granular Networks, Journal of Complex Networks Vol. 7, pp. 1-27.

Böttcher, L., Herrmann, H., Henkel, M., 2018. Dynamical universality of the contact process, Journal of Physics A Vol. 51(12).

Böttcher, L., Nagler, J., Herrmann, H., 2017. Critical behaviors in contagion dynamics, Physical Review Letters Vol. 118(8).

Böttcher, L., Lukovic, M., Nagler, J., Havlin, S., Herrmann, H., 2017. Failure and recovery in dynamical networks, Scientific Reports Vol. 7.

Fan, Meng, Liu, Saberi, Kurths, Nagler, Universal gap scaling in percolation, Nature Phys. 16: 455 (2020).

D'Souza, R., Gómez-Gardeñes, J., Nagler, J., Arenas, A. Explosive phenomena in complex networks, Adv. in Phys. 68(3):123-223 (2019).

Timme, M., Nagler, J. Propagation patterns unravelled, Nature Phys., Vol. 15, pp. 308-309 (2019).

Böttcher, M. Lukovic, J. Nagler, S. Havlin, H.J. Herrmann, Failure and recovery in dynamical networks, Sci. Rep. 7: 41729 (2017).

Chen, J. Nagler, X. Fu, Information dissemination in social-featured opportunistic networks. In: Social Network Analysis: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Case Studies 10(15):309-342, CRC Press (2017).

Schröder, S. Chakraborty, D. Witthaut, J. Nagler, M. Timme, Interaction Control to Synchronize Non-synchronizable Networks, Sci. Rep. 6: 37142 (2016).

Schröder, W. Chen, J. Nagler, Discrete scale invariance in supercritical percolation, New J. Phys. 18: 013042 (2016).

D’Souza and J. Nagler, Anomalous critical and supercritical phenomena in explosive percolation, Nature Physics, 11: 531 (2015);

Chen, M. Schröder, R. M. D'Souza, D. Sornette, J. Nagler, Micro-transition Cascades to Percolation, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112: 155701 (2014)

Chen, X. Cheng, Z. Zheng, N.N. Chung, R.M. D'Souza, J. Nagler, Unstable supercritical discontinuous percolation transitions, Phys. Rev. E 88: 042152 (2013).

Chen, J. Nagler, X. Cheng, X. Jin, H. Shen, Z. Zheng, and R. M. D'Souza, Phase transitions in supercritical explosive percolation, Phys. Rev. E 87: 052130 (2013).

Schröder, H.E. Rabari, and J. Nagler, Crackling noise in fractional percolation, Nature Commun. 3: 2222 (2013)

Nagler, T. Tiessen, H.W. Gutch, Continuous percolation with discontinuities, Phys. Rev. X 2: 031009 (2012)

Nagler, A. Levina, M. Timme, Impact of single links in competitive percolation, Nature Physics 7: 265-270 (2011); accompanied by media coverage.

Y.S. Cho, M.G. Mazza, B. Kahng, J. Nagler, Genuine non-self-averaging and ultra-slow convergence in gelation, Phys. Rev. E 94:022602 (2016)

A. Saberi, S. H. Ebrahimnazhad Rahbari, H. Dashti-Naserabadi, A. Abbasi, Y. S. Cho, J. Nagler, Universality in boundary domain growth by sudden bridging, Sci. Rep. 6: 21110 (2016).

Domschke, P., Lang, J., Strauch, E., 2021. Adaptive Single- and Multilevel Stochastic Collocation Methods for Uncertain Gas Transport in Large-Scale Networks, arXiv:2012.03565

Domschke, P., Kolb, O., Lang, J., 2021. Fast and Reliable Transient Simulation and Continuous Optimization of Large-Scale Gas Networks. arXiv:2012.02737

Mindt, P., Lang, J., Domschke, P., 2019. Entropy-Preserving Coupling of Hierarchical Gas Models, SIAM Journal of Mathematical Analysis Vol. 51(6), pp. 4754-4775.

Domschke, P., Dua, A., Stolwijk, J., Lang, J., Mehrmann, V., 2018. Adaptive refinement strategies for the simulation of gas flow in networks using a model hierarchy, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis Vol. 48, pp. 97-113.

Domschke, P., Kolb, O., Lang, J., 2016. Adaptive Modelling, Simulation and Optimization of Gas and Water Supply Networks, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Vol. 16(1), pp. 839-840.

Domschke, P., Kolb, O., Lang, J., 2015. Adjoint-based error control for the simulation and optimization of gas and water supply networks, Applied Mathematics and Computation Vol. 259, pp. 1003-1018.

Domschke, P., Kolb, O., Lang, J., 2011. Adjoint-based control of model and discretisation errors for gas flow in networks, International Journal of Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Optimisation Vol. 2(2), p. 175.

Domschke, P., Geissler, B., Kolb, O., Lang, J., Martin, A., Morsi, A., 2011. Combination of Nonlinear and Linear Optimization of Transient Gas Networks, INFORMS Journal on Computing Vol. 23(4), pp. 493-655.

Domschke, P., Kolb, O., Lang, J., 2010. An adaptive model switching and discretization algorithm for gas flow on networks, Procedia Computer Science Vol. 1(1), pp. 1331-1340.

Kolb, O., Domschke, P., Lang, J., 2010. Modified QR decomposition to avoid non-uniqueness in water supply networks with extension to adjoint calculus, Procedia Computer Science Vol. 1(1), pp. 1427-1434.

Kolb, O., Lang, J., Bales, P., Domschke, P., 2010. An implicit box scheme for subsonic compressible flow with dissipative source term, Numerical Algorithms Vol. 53(2-3), pp. 293-307.

Focus topics of:
Jan Nagler

Schröder, M., Nagler, J., Timme, M., Witthaut, D. Hysteretic percolation from locally optimal individual decisions, Phys. Rev. Lett.120(24) (2018)

Schröder, N.A.M. Araújo, D. Sornette, J. Nagler, Controlling percolation with limited resources, Phys. Rev. E 96: 062302 (2017).

Timme, J. Nagler, Network Dynamics: Growth, Risk, Design and Control - Mathematical Concepts for “intelligent” self-organizing processes in Nature and Technology. In: Yearbook 2014 of the Max Planck Society.

Verma, N.A.M. Araujo, J. Nagler, J.S. Andrade Jr. and H.J. Herrmann, Model for the growth of the World Airline Network, Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 27(12): 1650141 (2016).

T. Verma, F. Russmann, N.A.M Araujo, J. Nagler, H. J. Herrmann, Emergence of core-peripheries in networks, Nature Comm. 7: 10441 (2016)

Focus topics of:
Jan Nagler, Lucas Böttcher & Rainer Hegselmann

Böttcher, L., Gersbach, H., 2020. The Great Divide: Drivers of Polarization in the US Public, EPJ Data Science Vol. 9(32), pp. 1-13.

Böttcher, L., Montealegre, P., Goles, E., Gersbach, H., 2020. Competing activists - Political polarization, Physica A Vol. 545.

Hoferer, M., Böttcher, L., Herrmann, H., Gersbach, H., 2020. The impact of technologies in political campaigns, Physica A Vol. 538.

Böttcher, L., Herrmann, H., Gersbach, H., 2018. Clout, activists and budget: The road to presidency, PLoS ONE.

Böttcher, L., Woolley-Meza, O., Brockmann, D., 2017. Temporal dynamics of online petitions, PLoS ONE Vol. 12(5).

Böttcher, L., Araujo, N., Nagler, J., Mendes, J., Helbing, D., Herrmann, H., 2016. Gender Gap in the ERASMUS Mobility Program, PLoS ONE Vol. 11(2).

Mani, R., Böttcher, L., Herrmann, H., Helbing, D., 2014. Extreme power law in a driven many-particle system without threshold dynamics, Physical Review E Vol. 90(4).

Zhu, X. Fu, W. Li, S. Lu, J. Nagler, Population growth in online social networks. In: Social Network Analysis: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Case Studies 10(15):285-306, CRC Press (2017).

Zhu, W. Li, X. Fu, J. Nagler, How do online social networks grow? PLoS One, 9(6):e100023 (2014).

Böttcher, N. A. M. Araújo, J. Nagler, J. F. F. Mendes, D. Helbing, H. J. Herrmann, Gender Gap in the ERASMUS Mobility Program, PLoS One 11(2):e0149514 (2016).

Focus topics of:
Ronald Klingebiel & Jan Nagler

Klingebiel, R., Rammer, C., 2021. Optionality and selectiveness in innovation, Academy of Management Discoveries. (forthcoming) Klingebiel, R., 2018. Risk-type preference shifts in response to performance feedback, Strategic Organization Vol. 16(2), pp. 141-166.

Klingebiel, R., Joseph, J., 2016. Entry timing and innovation strategy in feature phones, Strategic Management Journal Vol. 37(6), pp. 1002-1020.

Klingebiel, R., Adner, R., 2015. Real options logic revisited: the performance effects of alternative resource allocation regimes, Academy of Management Journal Vol. 58(1), pp. 221-242.

Klingebiel, R., Rammer, C., 2014. Resource allocation strategy for innovation portfolio management, Strategic Management Journal Vol. 35(2), pp. 246-268.

Klingebiel, R., de Meyer, A., 2013. Becoming aware of the unknown: decision making during the implementation of a strategic initiative, Organization Science Vol. 24(1), pp. 133-153.

Peter Collins, Karolina Krzyzanowska, Stephan Hartmann, Gregory Wheeler and Ulrike Hahn (2020). Conditionals and Testimony (with), Cognitive Psychology 122, November 2020, 101329.

Gregory Wheeler (2020). Less is More for Bayesians, TooRoutledge Handbook on Bounded Rationality, Riccardo Viale (Ed.). New York: Routledge.

Lee Elkin and Gregory Wheeler  (2018). Resolving Peer Disagreements Through Imprecise ProbabilitiesNoûs 52(2): 260–94, 2018.

Arthur Paul Pedersen and Gregory Wheeler (2015). Dilation, Distintegrations, and Delayed DecisionsProceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Imprecise Probability: Theories and Applications, Pescara, Italy: 227-236, 2015.

Arthur Paul Pedersen and Gregory Wheeler  (2014). Demystifying DilationErkenntnis 79(6): 1305-1342, 2014.

Focus topics of:
Jan Nagler & Lucas Böttcher

Böttcher, L., Xia, M., Chou, T., 2020. Why case fatality ratios can be misleading: individual- and population-based mortality estimates and factors influencing them, Physical Biology Vol. 17(6), pp. 1-14.

Xu, S., Böttcher, L., Chou, T., 2019. Diversity in Biology: definitions, quantification, and models, Physical Biology Vol. 16.

Böttcher, L., Andrade Jr., J., Herrmann, H., 2017. Targeted Recovery as an Effective Strategy against Epidemic Spreading, Scientific Reports Vol. 7.

Böttcher, L., Woolley-Meza, O., Goles, E., Helbing, D., Herrmann, H., 2016. Connectivity disruption sparks explosive epidemic spreading, Physical Review E Vol. 93.

Böttcher, L., Woolley-Meza, O., Araujo, N., Herrmann, H., Helbing, D., 2015. Disease-induced resource constraints can trigger explosive epidemics, Scientific Reports Vol. 5(16571).

Böttcher, J. Nagler, H.J. Herrmann, Critical behaviors in contagion dynamics, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118: 088301 (2017).

D. Lamouroux, J. Nagler, T. Geisel, S. Eule, Paradoxical effects of coupling infectious livestock populations and imposing transport restrictions, Proc. R. Soc. B (London): 2015282, 20142805 (2014), accompanied with an MPI DS press release.

Focus topics of:
Pia Domschke

Hodgkinson, A., Chaplain, M., Domschke, P., Trucu, D., 2018. Computational Approaches and Analysis for a Spatio-Structural-Temporal Invasive Carcinoma Model, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology Vol. 80(4), pp. 701-737.

Domschke, P., Trucu, D., Gerisch, A., Chaplain, M., 2017. Structured models of cell migration incorporating molecular binding processes, Journal of Mathematical Biology Vol. 75(6-7), pp. 1517-1561.

Domschke, P., Trucu, D., Gerisch, A., Chaplain, M., 2014. Mathematical modelling of cancer invasion: implications of cell adhesion variability for tumour infiltrative growth patterns, Journal of Theoretical Biology Vol. 361, pp. 41-60.

Focus topics of:
Jan Nagler & Gregory Wheeler

Nagler, J., Stollmeier, F. Long-Term Behavior in Evolutionary Dynamics from Ergodicity Breaking, in: Complex Networks X: Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Complex Networks CompleNet 2019, Cham: Springer, pp. 85-95 (2019).

Stollmeier, J. Nagler, Unfair and anomalous evolutionary dynamics from fluctuating payoffs, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120: 058101 (2018).

Zimmer, P., Kruse, K., Nagler, J. Anomalous percolation features in molecular evolution, Phys. Rev. E Vol. 98(2) (2018)

M.A. Böttcher, J. Nagler, Promotion of cooperation by selective group extinction,  New J. Phys. 18: 063008 (2016).

Stollmeier, T. Geisel, J. Nagler, Possible Origin of Stagnation and Variability of Earth's Biodiversity, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112: 228101 (2014)

Lamouroux, S. Eule, T. Geisel, J. Nagler, Discriminating the effects of spatial extent and population size in cyclic competition among species, Phys. Rev. E 86: 021911 (2012).

S. Uppaluri, J. Nagler, E. Stellamanns, N. Heddergott, S. Herminghaus, and T. Pfohl, Impact of Microscopic Motility on the Swimming Behavior of Parasites: Straighter Trypanosomes are More Directional, PLoS Comput. Biol. 7(6): e1002058 (2011)

Focus topics of:
Sebastian Ebert

Focus topics of:
Francesco Sangiorgi

Focus topics of:
Grigory Vilkov

Focus topic of:
Gregory Wheeler & Sebastian Ebert

Focus topics of:
Christine Tiefensee & Sebastian Köhler

Gregory Wheeler and Fabio Cozman  (2022). On the Imprecision of Full Conditional Probabilities, Synthese, in press.Gregory Wheeler (2021). Moving Beyond Sets of ProbabilitiesStatistical Science 36(2): 201--204, 2021.

Conor Mayo-Wilson and Gregory Wheeler (2016). Scoring Imprecise Credences: A Mildly Immodest ProposalPhilosophy and Phenomenological Research 93(1):55-78, 2016.

Rolf Haenni, Jan-Wilem Romejn, Gregory Wheeler, and Jon Williamson  (2011). Probabilistic Logics and Probabilistic Networks The Synthese Library, Springer, 2011.