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Jun Wu
Yue-jin TAN
Hong-zhong DENG
Da-zhi ZHU
A new measure of heterogeneity of complex networks based on degree sequence
Monday Evening Session

Daniel Whitney
David Alderson
Are technological and social networks really different?
Monday Evening Session

Gergana Bounova
Olivier de Weck
Augmented network model for engineering system design
Monday Evening Session

V Anne Smith
Bayesian network inference algorithms for recovering networks on multiple biological scales: molecular, neural, and ecological
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Kurt Richardson
Complexity, Information and Robustness: The Role of Information ‘Barriers’ in Boolean Networks
Monday Evening Session

Pedram Hovareshti
John Baras
Consensus problems on small world graphs: a structural study
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Tinri Aegerter-Wilmsen
Christof Aegerter
Konrad Basler
Ernst Hafen
Coupling biological pattern formation and size control via mechanical forces
Thursday Afternoon Session

Holger Sueltmann
Delineating breast cancer gene expression networks by RNA interference and global microarray analysis in human tumor cells
Thursday Afternoon Session

Tania Leishman
David Green
Suzanne Sadedin
Dual phase evolution – a mechanism for self-organization in complex systems
Monday Evening Session

Benjamin de Bivort
Sui Huang
Yaneer Bar-Yam
Dynamics of cellular level function and regulation derived from murine expression array data
Thursday Afternoon Session

Shai Shen-Orr
Yitzhak Pilpel
Craig Hunter
Embryonic and Maternal Genes have Different 5’ and 3’ Regulation Complexity
Thursday Afternoon Session

Gabor Csardi
Katherine Strandburg
Laszlo Zalanyi
Jan Tobochnik
Peter Erdi
Estimating the dynamics of kernel-based evolving networks
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Takeshi Ozeki
Evolutional family networks generated by group entry growth mechanism with preferential attachment and their features
Monday Evening Session

Jun Ohkubo
Kazuyuki Tanaka
Fat-tailed degree distributions generated by quenched disorder
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Thierry Emonet
Philippe Cluzel
From molecules to behavior in bacterial chemotaxis
Thursday Afternoon Session

Joseph E. Johnson
Generalized entropy as network metrics
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Andrew Krueger
Inferring Network Connectivity with Combined Perturbations
Monday Evening Session

Nathan LaBelle
Eugene Wallingford
Inter-package dependency networks in open-source software
Monday Evening Session

Guy Haskin Fernald
Jorge Oksenberg
Sergio Baranzini
Mutual information networks unveil global properties of IFNß immediate transcriptional effects in humans
Thursday Afternoon Session

Daniel Whitney
Network Models of Mechanical Assemblies
Monday Evening Session

Blake Stacey
On Motif Statistics in Symmetric Networks
Thursday Afternoon Session

Dalia Terhesiu
Luis da Costa
On the relationship between complex dynamics and complex geometrical structure
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Samantha Kleinberg
Marco Antoniotti
Satish Tadepalli
Naren Ramakrishnan
Bud Mishra
Remembrance of experiments past: a redescription approach for knowledge discovery in complex systems
Thursday Afternoon Session

Ali Minai
Session: Biological Networks
Thursday Afternoon Session

Dan Braha
Session: Networks
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Peter Dodds
Social contagion on networks: groups and chaos.
Tuesday Afternoon Session

David Green
Tania Leishman
Suzanne Sadedin
The emergence of social consensus in Boolean networks
Monday Evening Session

Gabor Csardi
Tamas Nepusz
The igraph software package for complex network research
Monday Evening Session

Hugues Berry
Benoît Siri
Bruno Cessac
Bruno Delord
Mathias Quoy
Topological and dynamical structures induced by Hebbian learning in random neural networks
Tuesday Afternoon Session

Michael Gastner
Traffic flow in a spatial network model
Tuesday Afternoon Session



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