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Evolution, Complexity, Information Theory & Entropy: Archives-2007

Archives- 2007

Research from 2007 to the present

[see Archive for pre-2007 research]. NYU users can access electronic fulltext via links. Other users should append doi numbers to http://dx.doi.org/ for access.

de Araujo, J. C. (2007). Entropy-based equation to assess hillslope sediment production. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 32(13), 2005-2018.

Ding, S. F., Xia, S. X., Jin, F. X., & Shis, Z. Z. (2007). Novel fuzzy information proximity measures. Journal of Information Science, 33(6), 678-685.

Dykema, K. J., & Tucci, G. H. (2007). The free entropy dimension of some L-infinity[0,1]-circular operators. International Journal of Mathematics, 18(6), 613-631.

Gong, X. D., Fan, S. H., Bilderbeck, A., Li, M. K., Pang, H. X., & Tao, S. H. (2008). Comparative analysis of essential genes and nonessential genes in escherichia coli K12. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 279(1), 87-94.

Gong, X. D., Fan, S. H., Bilderbeck, A., Li, M. K., Pang, H. X., & Tao, S. H. (2008). Comparative analysis of essential genes and nonessential genes in escherichia coli K12. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 279(1), 87-94.

Handorf, T., Ebenhoh, O., & Heinrich, R. (2005). Expanding metabolic networks: Scopes of compounds, robustness, and evolution. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 61(4), 498-512.

Mazzocchi, F. (2008). Complexity in biology - exceeding the limits of reductionism and de using complexity theory. EMBO reports, 9(1), 10-14.

Mazzocchi, F. (2008). Complexity in biology - exceeding the limits of reductionism and de using complexity theory. EMBO reports, 9(1), 10-14.

McShea, D. W. (1991). Complexity and evolution: What everybody knows. Biology and Philosophy, 6(3), 303-324.

Rainey, P. B., Buckling, A., Kassen, R., & Travisano, M. (2000). The emergence and maintenance of diversity: Insights from experimental bacterial populations. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 15(6), 243-247.

Salthe, S. N. (1993). Development and evolution: Complexity and change in biology MIT Press.

Stebbing, A. R. D. (2006). Genetic parsimony: A factor in the evolution of complexity, order and emergence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 88(2), 295-308.

Sun, J., & Deem, M. W. (2007). Spontaneous emergence of modularity in a model of evolving individuals. Physical Review Letters, 99(22), 228107.

Suyari, H., & Wada, T. (2008). Multiplicative duality, q-triplet and (mu, nu, q)-relation derived from the one-to-one correspondence between the (mu, nu)-multinomial coefficient and tsallis entropy S-q. Physica A-Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 387(1), 71-83.

Szathmary, E., Jordan, F., & Pal, C. (2001). MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION: Can genes explain biological complexity? Science, 292(5520), 1315-1316.

Torrens, F., & Castellano, G. (2007). Effect of packing on the cluster nature of C nanotubes: An information entropy analysis. Microelectronics Journal, 38(12), 1109-1122.