CABDyN Complexity Centre
CABDyN Complexity Centre
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Many important problems in communication networks, transportation networks, and logistics networks are solved by the minimization of cost functions. In general, these can be complex optimization problems involving many variables
12:30 to 14:00, 12 Jan 2016 Location: Saïd Business School, Seminar Room 8
In this talk, I show how weighted network structure can be accurately predicted in human-modified habitats by combining data from unmodified habitats with models based on simple ecological mechanisms.
12:30 to 14:00, 20 Oct 2015 Location: Saïd Business School, Seminar Room 8
In this talk, I will outline some recent highlights of our research, addressing two questions. Firstly, can big data resources provide insights into crises in financial markets? Secondly, can we provide insight into international differences in economic wellbeing by comparing patterns of interaction with the Internet?
12:30 to 14:00, 2 Jun 2015 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
Intercellular communication forms the basis of cellular patterning and self-organization in plants. Understanding the organizational properties of these cellular arrangements is key to uncovering organ function and structure-function relationships.
12:30 to 14:00, 28 Apr 2015 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
This seminar consists of two parts.
12:30 to 14:00, 24 Feb 2015 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
Conventionally, unemployment has been studied as an aggregation of people who fail to find jobs due to the impossibility of reaching those firms that could hire them.
12:30 to 14:00, 17 Feb 2015 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
In this presentation Mariano will talk about the use of flow-based methods to as a natural way to explore the multiscale community and role structure of directed networks.
12:30 to 14:00, 3 Feb 2015 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
Investors typically perceive government bonds - particularly those issued by the advanced economies - as "safe" and so use them as liquid collateral in a wide range of transactions.
12:30 to 14:00, 25 Nov 2014 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
The ergodic axiom lies at the core of economics. The fact that ergodicity is seldom testable in the data favors assuming it from the onset. However, non-ergodic, multiple equilibria models might offer valuable insights into the functioning of the real world and be more appropriate in many modelling circumstances.
12:30 to 14:00, 11 Nov 2014 Location: Oxford Martin School, Seminar Room 1
The creation and allocation of economic wealth ultimately relies on the creation and diffusion of knowledge. As a result, understanding the dynamics, organization and viability of economies requires an in‐depth analysis of knowledge systems.
12:30 to 14:00, 10 Jun 2014 Location: Saïd Business School, Andrew Cormack SR