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Publications 2002
Bornholdt, S. (2002).
The dynamics of large biological systems: A statistical physics view of macro-evolution.
In: Evolutionary Dynamics - Exploring the Interplay of Selection, Neutrality, Accident, and Function,
Ed. J. P. Crutchfield, Schuster, P., 65-80, Oxford University Press.
Bornholdt, S., Schuster, H. G. (2002).
Handbook of Graphs and Networks: From the Genome to the Internet.
Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim.
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Bornholdt, S., Wagner, F. (2002).
Stability of money: Phase transitions in an Ising economy.
Physica A 316, 453-468.
Braumann, U.-D., Galle, J. (2002).
Untersuchungen zur Rekonstruktion netzartiger Tumorinvasionsfronten anhand histologischer Serienschnitte.
Proceedings: Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin 2002 -Algorithmen, Systeme, Anwendungen, 239-242.
Davidsen, J., Ebel, H., Bornholdt, S. (2002).
Emergence of a small world from local interactions: Modeling acquaintance networks.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 128701.
Do, H. H., Melnik, S., Rahm, E. (2002).
Comparison of Schema Matching Evaluations.
Proc. GI-Workshop "Web and Databases", Erfurt, Oct. 2002.
Do, H. H., Rahm, E. (2002).
COMA - A system for flexible combination of schema matching approaches.
Proc. 28th Int. Conference on Very Large databases (VLDB), Hongkong, Aug. 2002.
Drasdo, D., Höhme, S. (2002).
Towards a quantitative single-cell based model approach to growing multicellular spheroids.
In: Deformable Modeling and Soft Tissue Simulation, Ed. E. Keeve, Ayache, N., in press, Elsevier Science.
Ebel, H., Bornholdt, S. (2002).
Co-evolutionary games on networks.
Phys. Rev. E 66, 056118.
Ebel, H., Mielsch, L. I., Bornholdt, S. (2002).
Scale-free topology of email networks.
Phys. Rev. E 66, 035103(R).
Galle, J., Reibiger, I., Westermann, M., Richter, W., Löffler, S. (2002).
Local cell membrane deformations due to receptor-ligand bonding as seen by reflection microscopy.
Cell Commun. Adhes 9, 161-172.
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Glimm, E., Srivastava, M., Läuter, J. (2002).
Multivariate Tests of Normal Mean Vectors with Restricted Alternatives.
Communications in Statistics B 31, 589-604.
Kaizoji, T., Bornholdt, S., Fujiwara, Y. (2002).
Dynamics of price and trading volume in a spin model of stock markets with heterogeneous agents.
Physica A 316, 441-452.
Kamp, C., Bornholdt, S. (2002).
Co-evolution of quasispecies: B-cell mutation rates maximize viral error catastrophes.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 068104.
Kamp, C., Bornholdt, S. (2002).
From HIV infection to AIDS: A dynamically induced percolation transition?
Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 269, 2035-2040.
Kropf, S., Läuter, J. (2002).
Multiple Tests for Different Sets of Variables Using a Data- Driven Ordering of Hypotheses, with an Application to Gene Expression Data.
Biometrical Journal 44, 789-800.
Kropf, S., Läuter, J., Eszlinger, M., Krohn, K., Paschke, R. (2002).
Nonparametric Multiple Test Procedures with Data-driven Order of Hypotheses and with Weighted Hypotheses.
J. of Statistical Planning and Inference, submitted.
Läuter, J., Kropf, S. (2002).
Multivariate Inference in Clinical Trials - Tests with Model Choice, Confidence Regions.
Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering 22, 5-16.
Läuter, J., Kropf, S. (2002).
Data Compression and Selection of Variables, with Respect to Exact Inference.
Proceedings: COMPSTAT, 15th Symposium, 273-278.
Ptak, S. E., Lachmann, M. (2002).
On the evolution of polygamy: a theoretical examination of the polygamy threshold model.
Behavioral Ecology, in press.
Ptak, S. E., Petrov, D. (2002).
How intron splicing affects the insertion and deletion profile in Drosophila melanogaster.
Genetics 162, 1233-1244.
Ptak, S. E., Przeworski, M. (2002).
Evidence for population growth in humans is confounded by fine-scale population structure.
Trends in Genetics 18, 559-563.
Rohlf, T., Bornholdt, S. (2002).
Criticality in Random Threshold Networks: Annealed Approximation and Beyond.
Physica A 310, 245-259.

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