Complexity Explorer Santa Fe Institute

Research Group

Complex Agent-Based Dynamic Networks

CABDyN stands for Complex Agent-Based Dynamic Networks, and reflects our shared interest in network dynamics and agent-based models of complex systems across a broad range of application domains. CABDyN brings together a truly multi-disciplinary group of researchers in more than ten University Departments in Oxford, ranging from the physical, biological and computational sciences to the social, economic and political sciences. We have close links to a number of overlapping and related activities and groups, including the Oxford Martin School, the Social and Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group in the Experimental Psychology Department, and the Nuffield Network of Network Researchers (NNNR) at Nuffield College.

University of Oxford
supply networks; synchronization; fungal networks; multislice networks; community; structural dynamics; food webs; robustness; adaptive networks; self-organization

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