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Dynamic networks and network dynamics

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Biological systems are very often described using networks (graphs) where biological features (nodes) are joined via interactions (edges). This can reveal intriguing patterns and generate beguiling theory, but these can be hard to reconcile with real data. Here we explore why, suggesting that interactions which change with time can offer useful insight. Examples range from analytical probabilistic solutions for simple systems to simulation studies of more complex systems such as ecological communities and circadian clocks.

This talk is part of the Applied Mathematics Seminar Series series.

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