Recent Submissions

  • A combinatorial framework to quantify peak/pit asymmetries in complex dynamics 

    Hasson, U; Iacovacci, J; Davis, B; Flanagan, R; Tagliazucchi, E; Laufs, H; Lacasa, L (Macmillan Publishers Limited, part of Springer Nature, 2018-02)
    We explore a combinatorial framework which efficiently quantifies the asymmetries between minima and maxima in local fluctuations of time series. We firstly showcase its performance by applying it to a battery of synthetic ...
  • Rare events and discontinuous percolation transitions 

    Bianconi, G (American Physical Society, 2018-02)
    Percolation theory characterizing the robustness of a network has applications ranging from biology, to epidemic spreading, and complex infrastructures. Percolation theory, however, only concern the typical response of an ...
  • On the thermodynamic origin of metabolic scaling. 

    Ballesteros, FJ; Martinez, VJ; Luque, B; Lacasa, L; Valor, E; Moya, A (Nature Publishing Group, 2018-01)
    The origin and shape of metabolic scaling has been controversial since Kleiber found that basal metabolic rate of animals seemed to vary as a power law of their body mass with exponent 3/4, instead of 2/3, as a surface-to-volume ...
  • On a Dynamical Approach to Some Prime Number Sequences 

    LACASA, L; luque, B; miramontes, O (MDPI AG, 2018-02)
    We show how the cross-disciplinary transfer of techniques from dynamical systems theory to number theory can be a fruitful avenue for research. We illustrate this idea by exploring from a nonlinear and symbolic dynamics ...
  • Mobility and congestion in dynamical multilayer networks with finite storage capacity 

    Manfredi, S; Di Tucci, E; LATORA, VC (American Physical Society, 2018-02)
    Multilayer networks describe well many real interconnected communication and transportation systems, ranging from computer networks to multimodal mobility infrastructures. Here, we introduce a model in which the nodes have ...
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