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Coevolutionary Dynamics

Ulf Dieckmann

Coevolutionary Dynamics

by Ulf Dieckmann

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Published by Princeton Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geography,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11182792M
    ISBN 100691096074
    ISBN 109780691096070

    What the themes in the book share is attention for institutional change in a frame of coevolutionary dynamics to elucidate differences over time and differences between countries in technological innovation and economic growth. The book contains solid applied work in this area and is mainly about information technology and electronics industry. In evolutionary biology, an evolutionary arms race is a struggle between competing sets of co-evolving genes, traits, or species, that develop adaptations and counter-adaptations against each other, resembling an arms are often described as examples of positive feedback. The co-evolving gene sets may be in different species, as in an evolutionary arms race between a predator species.

      Complex networks often exhibit co-evolutionary dynamics, meaning that the network topology and the state of nodes or links are coupled, affecting each other in overlapping time scales. We focus on the co-evolutionary dynamics of online social networks, and on Twitter in particular. Monitoring the activity of thousands of Twitter users in real-time, and tracking their followers and . Summary -- 5. Coevolutionary Dynamics of Viruses and Microbes -- From Sensitivity Relations to Coevolution -- Toward \"Novel\" Coevolution: On the Probability of Compensating Mutations -- The Effect of Coevolution on Host and Viral Population Dynamics -- Ecological Effects on the Coevolutionary Dynamics of Types and Traits.

    Traditionally, frequency dependent evolutionary dynamics is described by deterministic replicator dynamics assuming implicitly infinite population sizes. Only. The roles of geographic mosaics, coevolutionary hotspots and coldspots, and trait remixing in coevolutionary dynamics. We have used mathematical models to explore how each of the components of variation in coevolving interactions affects the rate and scale of coevolutionary change.


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Coevolution is the evolution of two or more species which reciprocally affect each other, sometimes creating a mutualistic relationship between the species.

Coevolutionary Dynamics book relationships can be of many different types. Flowering plants. Flowers appeared and diversified relatively suddenly in the fossil record, creating what Charles Darwin described as the "abominable mystery" of how they had evolved so. Identifying different types of coevolutionary dynamics is important for understanding biodiversity and infectious disease.

Past work has often focused on pairs Coevolutionary Dynamics book interacting species, but observations of extant communities suggest that coevolution in nature occurs in Cited by: 4. Ebner et al. () investigate the dynamics of coevolutionary interacting species as well.

One important difference is the level at which the interactions are modelled. The various classes of local coevolutionary dynamics fit within the broader geographic mosaic of coevolution, and part 2 develops specific hypotheses with predictions for further research (chapters ).

How the geographic mosaic molds these classes depends upon the mode of Author: John N. Thompson. Development of new biocides has dominated human responses to evolution of antibiotic and pesticide resistance. Increasing and uniform biocide use, the spread of resistance genes, and the lack of new classes of compounds indicate the importance of navigating toward more sustainable coevolutionary dynamics between human culture and species that evolve resistance.

Understanding the Dynamics of Technological Transitions book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1).

The book applies state space analysis and system dynamics to deal with the dynamic processes of "causal systems," discusses information processing approaches for modeling decision processes of "actors" and "agents," and uses aspects of the coevolutionary development of systems in their environment to deal with normative orientation, ethics, and.

Coevolutionary Dynamics in a Minimal Substrate. Richard A. Watson. Jordan B. Pollack. Dynamical and Evolutionary Machine Organization, Volen Center. A necessary condition for such coevolutionary dynamics is weak dilemma.

Further efforts along this research line worth questioning include the effects of mutation on both strategy and aspiration, longer memory instead of one-step memory, larger strategy space such as the ones considered in [ 55, 56 ].

This chapter concisely introduces the theoretical foundation and the practical aspects of coevolutionary analysis, as well as discusses the molecular modeling strategies to exploit its results in the study of protein structure, dynamics, and interactions.

One of the key steps for future research will be to develop a general theoretical framework for eco-evolutionary dynamics—and then to quantify these dynamics in natural populations.

When it comes to population dynamics, new methods have been advanced for estimating the contribution of trait distributions to population growth and dynamics. García-Díaz, César ; Van Witteloostuijn, Arjen./ Co-evolutionary market dynamics in a peaked resource es in Artificial Economics: The Economy as a Complex Dynamic System.

editor / Charlotte Bruun. (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems). Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - Evolutionary Dynamics of Plant-Pathogen Interactions - by Jeremy J. Burdon.

"[T]his excellent and unique book provides novel insights into ecological and coevolutionary dynamics of interacting species." —Wesley Dáttilo, Journal of Complex Networks "Bascompte and Jordano logically and thoroughly guide the reader through the theories and tools used to understand, and the importance of understanding, the.

cultural and biological diverse coevolutionary processes that continue nowadays (HarmonHarmon and LohGuèze et al. Following these new lines of research, the contributions to this special feature explore coevolutionary dynamics developed between small-scale societies and environmental features and the.

Spector, L., Klein, J.: Evolutionary dynamics discovered via visualization in the breve simulation environment. In: Workshop Proc.

of the 8th Int. Conf. on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems, Sydney, Australia, pp. – University of New South Wales () Google Scholar.

This paper provides empirical and theoretical support for the application of coevolutionary dynamics and agent-based models in organization science.

The support stems from the following logical progression: (a) organization science theorists have explored, and in many instances, acknowledged the applicability of complexity theory to organization science research; (b) much of the acceptance for. This concise book draws on complex systems theory to provide a fresh look at viral origins, populations, and evolution, and the coevolutionary dynamics of viruses and their hosts.

New viruses continue to emerge that threaten people, crops, and farm animals. This book should be read by all with interests in coevolution, and warrants reading more generally by biologists with broad interests in evolutionary ecology, species interactions, natural selection, adaptation, and among other topics, spatio-temporal dynamics of natural systems."–J.

Nathaniel Holland, Ecology. There are three major hypotheses for the nonequilibrium coevolutionary dynamics of these multispecific trophic interactions: escalation in traits, cycles in traits leading to fluctuating polymorphisms, and coevolutionary alternation. The conditions under which cycles and escalation are likely to occur have been well developed theoretically.Coevolutionary models of climate change in a holistic perspective involving dynamics of the oceans, atmosphere, geosphere, biosphere and society; Dynamic methods of extraction and analysis of information related to the dynamics of complex systems, from empirical and computational records.“This book is a ‘must-have’ for anyone working in coevolutionary biology, either for empiricists to better understand the theoretical underpinnings that should guide their research or for budding theoreticians to learn how to develop new theory of their own.” – Aneil F.

Agrawal, University of Toronto.