Self-assembly

This page contains references to publications on self-assembling and self-structuring adaptive networks. The list is ordered by year of publication and then by the first author's last name.

2009

Do2009 — A.-L. Do, L. Rudolf, T. Gross: Patterns of cooperation: fairness and coordination in networks of interacting agents.
Iñiguez2009 — G. Iñiguez, J. Kertész, K.K. Kaski, R.A. Barrio: Opinion and community formation in coevolving networks.

2008

Hu2008 — Hu K., Tang Y.: Information diffusion on adaptive network.
Kimura2008 — D. Kimura, Y. Hayakawa: Coevolutionary networks with homophily and heterophily.
Yang2008 — P. Yang, R.A. Freeman, K.M. Lynch: Multi-agent coordination by decentralized estimation and control

2007

Abdallah2007 — S. Abdallah, V. Lesser: Multiagent reinforcement learning and self-organization in a network of agents.
Centola2007 — D. Centola, J.C. González-Avella, V.M. Eguíluz, M. San Miguel: Homophily, Cultural Drift, and the Co-Evolution of Cultural Groups.
Li2007 — W. Li, X. Zhang, G. Hu: How scale-free networks and large-scale collective cooperation emerge in complex homogeneous social systems.

2006

Allahverdyan2006 — A.E. Allahverdyan, K.G. Petrosyan: Statistical networks emerging from link-node interactions.
Grabowski2006 — A. Grabowski, R. A. Kosinski: Evolution of a social network: The role of cultural diversity.
Hojman2006 — D.A. Hojman, A. Szeidl: Endogenous networks, social games, and evolution.
Ren2006 — J. Ren, X. Wu, W.-X. Wang, G. Chen, B.-H. Wang: Interplay between evolutionary game and network structure: the coevolution of social net, cooperation and wealth.
Rosvall2006 — M. Rosvall, K. Sneppen: Modeling self-organization of communication and topology in social networks.

2005

Luthi2006 — L. Luthi, M. Giacobini, M. Tomassini: A minimal information prisoner's dilemma on evolving networks.

2004

2003

2002

Ebel2002 — H. Ebel, S. Bornholdt: Evolutionary games and the emergence of complex networks.
Jackson2002 — M.O. Jackson, A. Watts: On the formation of interaction networks in social coordination games.
Tomita2002 — K. Tomita, H. Kurokawa, S. Murata: Graph automata: natural expression of self-reproduction.

2001

2000

Paczuski2000 — M. Paczuski, K.E. Bassler, A. Corral: Self-organized networks of competing boolean agents.

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