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    • Exploring the topological sources of robustness against invasion in biological and technological networks 

      Alcalde Cuesta, Fernando; González Sequeiros, Pablo; Lozano Rojo, Álvaro (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-02-10)
      For a network, the accomplishment of its functions despite perturbations is called robustness. Although this property has been extensively studied, in most cases, the network is modified by removing nodes. In our approach, ...
    • Optimal control of the COVID-19 pandemic: controlled sanitary deconfinement in Portugal 

      Silva, Cristiana; Cruz, Carla; Torres, Delfim F. M.; Pérez Muñuzuri, Alberto; Carballosa Calleja, Alejandro; Area Carracedo, Iván Carlos; Nieto Roig, Juan José; Fonseca-Pinto, Rui; Passadouro da Fonseca, Rui; Soares dos Santos, Estevão; Abreu, Wilson; Mira Pérez, Jorge (Springer Nature, 2021)
      The COVID-19 pandemic has forced policy makers to decree urgent confinements to stop a rapid and massive contagion. However, after that stage, societies are being forced to find an equilibrium between the need to reduce ...
    • Stirring does not make populations well mixed 

      Herrerías Azcué, Francisco; Pérez Muñuzuri, Vicente; Galla, Tobias (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
      In evolutionary dynamics, the notion of a ‘well-mixed’ population is usually associated with all-to-all interactions at all times. This assumption simplifies the mathematics of evolutionary processes, and makes analytical ...

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