Multi-state

This page contains references to publications using nodes with more tan three discrete states. The list is ordered by year of publication and then by the first author's last name.

2011

Couzin2011 — I. D. Couzin, C. C. Ioannou, G. Demirel, T. Gross, C. J. Torney, A. Hartnett, L. Conradt, S. A. Levin, and N. E. Leonard: Uninformed individuals promote democratic consensus in animal groups

2010

Volz2010 — E. Volz, S.D.W. Frost, R. Rothenberg, L.A. Meyers: Epidemiological bridging by injection drug use drives an early HIV epidemic.

2009

van Segbroeck2009 — S. van Segbroeck, F.C. Santos, T. Lenaerts, J.M. Pacheco: Reacting differently to adverse ties promotes cooperation in social networks.

2008

van Segbroeck2008 — S. van Segbroeck, F.C. Santos, A. Nowé, J.M. Pacheco, T. Lenaerts: The evolution of prompt reaction to adverse ties.
Suzuki2008 — R. Suzuki, M. Kato, T. Arita: Cyclic coevolution of cooperative behaviors and network structures.

2007

Centola2007 — D. Centola, J.C. González-Avella, V.M. Eguíluz, M. San Miguel: Homophily, Cultural Drift, and the Co-Evolution of Cultural Groups.
Evans2007 — T.S. Evans: Exact solutions for network rewiring models.
Vazquez2007 — F. Vazquez, J.C. González-Avella, V.M. Eguíluz, M. San Miguel: Time-scale competition leading to fragmentation and recombination transitions in the coevolution of network and states.

2006

Stauffer2006 — D. Stauffer, M. Hohnisch, S. Pittnauer: The coevolution of individual economic characteristics and socioeconomic networks.

2005

2004

2003

2002

Ebel2002 — H. Ebel, S. Bornholdt: Evolutionary games and the emergence of complex networks.
Tomita2002 — K. Tomita, H. Kurokawa, S. Murata: Graph automata: natural expression of self-reproduction.

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