TY - BOOK
AU - Dehmer,Matthias
AU - Mowshowitz,Abbe
AU - Emmert-Streib,Frank
TI - Advances in network complexity
T2 - Quantitative and network biology
SN - 9783527670475
AV - QH324
U1 - 574.028 23
PY - 2013///]
CY - Weinheim, Germany
PB - Wiley-Blackwell
KW - Computational biology
KW - Biomedical engineering
KW - Mathematical models
KW - SCIENCE
KW - Life Sciences
KW - Biology
KW - bisacsh
KW - fast
KW - Electronic books
KW - local
N1 - Includes bibliographical references and index; 1. Functional complexity based on topology -- 2. Connections between artificial intelligence and conputational complexity and the complexity of graphs -- 3. Selection-based estimates of complexity unravel some mechanisms and selective pressures underlying the evolution of complexity in artificial networks -- 4. Three types of network complexity pyramid -- 5. Computational complexity of graphs -- 6. The linear complexity of a graph -- 7. Kirchhoff's matrix-tree theorem revisited: counting spanning trees with the quantum relative entropy -- 8. Dimension measure for complex networks -- 9. Information-based complexity of networks -- 10. Thermodynamic depth in undirected and directed networks -- 11. Circumscribed complexity in ecological networks -- 12. Metros as biological systems complexity in small real-life networks
N2 - A well-balanced overview of mathematical approaches to describe complex systems, ranging from chemical reactions to gene regulation networks, from ecological systems to examples from social sciences. Matthias Dehmer and Abbe Mowshowitz, a well-known pioneer in the field, co-edit this volume and are careful to include not only classical but also non-classical approaches so as to ensure topicality. Overall, a valuable addition to the literature and a must-have for anyone dealing with complex systems
UR - http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9783527670468
ER -