Berlin 2018 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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SOE: Fachverband Physik sozio-ökonomischer Systeme

SOE 7: Poster

Montag, 12. März 2018, 17:00–20:00, Poster E

17:00 SOE 7.1 The 'Babylonian' Accounts of Society — •Stephen I. Ternyik
17:00 SOE 7.2 The Geometry of Moore-Penrose Generalized Matrix Inverses — •Martin Erik Horn
17:00 SOE 7.3 Large-deviation properties of oscillator models of energy grids — •Yannick Feld and Alexander K. Hartmann
17:00 SOE 7.4 Lane Change Prediction in an Urban Area — •Karoline Griesbach and Karl Heinz Hoffmann
17:00 SOE 7.5 Glassy States of Aging Social Networks — •Forough hassanibesheli, Leila Hedayatifar, Hadiseh Safdari, Gholamreza Jafari, and Marcel Ausloos
17:00 SOE 7.6 Are democracies stable? A case study on rise and fall of extremists in Europe — •Kai Seegers, Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad, and Philipp Hövel
17:00 SOE 7.7 Statistical patterns of Lithuanian parliamentary elections — •Aleksejus Kononovicius
17:00 SOE 7.8 Multi-Objective Goal Programming Formulation of the Markowitz Portfolio including Diversification with respect to Tail Risks — •Daniel Christopher Merten
17:00 SOE 7.9 Fire-walling banks and assets: A network based approachSasidevan Vijayakumar and •Nils Bertschinger
17:00 SOE 7.10 Interactive dynamics vs. bursty networksEbrahim Sajjadi, •Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad, Mohammad Reza Ejtehadi, and Fariba Karimi
17:00 SOE 7.11 Clustering behaviour and long-range memory in a network-based financial market model with fitness-dependent preferential attachmentFlorian Mix, Julian Maluck, and •Reik V. Donner
17:00 SOE 7.12 From Relational Data to Graphs: Inferring Significant Links using Generalized Hypergeometric Ensembles — •Giona Casiraghi, Vahan Nanumyan, Ingo Scholtes, and Frank Schweitzer
17:00 SOE 7.13 The Expertgame - Measuring Social Capital in the Lab — •Gorm Gruner Jensen, Martin Benedikt Busch, Marco Piovesan, and Jan Olaf Mirko Härter
17:00 SOE 7.14 Symbolic dynamics techniques for complex systems: Application to share price dynamics — •Dan Xu and Christian Beck
17:00 SOE 7.15 Investigating the effect of deliberate misreporting on opinion formation — •Vincent Kuhlen and Stefan Bornholdt
17:00 SOE 7.16 Creating the origin of the first Darwinian species — •Charlotte V Vogelbusch, Steven H Strogatz, Hinrich Arnoldt, and Marc Timme
17:00 SOE 7.17 On the power-law tail of financial returns: The role of coordinated trading behaviour of heterogeneous speculators — •Ivonne Blaurock, Noemi Schmitt, and Frank Westerhoff
17:00 SOE 7.18 Opinion Dynamics: Modeling Social Influence as a Coordination Game. — •Michael Schnabel and Daniel Diermeier
17:00 SOE 7.19 Compulsory Persistent Cooperation in Continuous Public Goods Games — •Yan Li, Xinsheng Liu, and Jens Christian Claussen
17:00 SOE 7.20 Behavioral spruce budworm predation models — •Bhagyashree Hote and Jens Christian Claussen
17:00 SOE 7.21 Conformity, anticonformity and polarization of opinions: how independence influences the system? — •Katarzyna Hubicka and Tomasz Weron
17:00 SOE 7.22 Stable features in fluctuating supply chains — •Robert Polwin, Hans Ehm, Alexander Seitz, and Sebastian M. Krause
17:00 SOE 7.23 Extracting the wide variety of trading in stock marketsMartin Theissen, •Sebastian M. Krause, and Thomas Guhr
17:00 SOE 7.24 Phase transitions in demand driven public transport systems — •Nils Beyer, Debsankha Manik, Andreas Sorge, and Marc Timme
17:00 SOE 7.25 Opinions and consensus in the paradigms-model on different networks — •Yannik Schädler and Stefan Bornholdt
17:00 SOE 7.26 Studying the Impact of the Filter Bubble effect on Opinion Formations — •Martin Gestefeld and Stefan Bornholdt
  17:00 SOE 7.27 The contribution has been withdrawn.
17:00 SOE 7.28 Bi-modal door-to-door public transportation: a mean-field approach — •Stephan Herminghaus
17:00 SOE 7.29 The Voter model with recurrent mobility and Stockholm voting behaviour — •Attila Szilva and Jérôme Michaud
17:00 SOE 7.30 Earth system modeling with complex dynamic human societies: the copan:CORE World-Earth modeling framework — •Jonathan F. Donges, Jobst Heitzig, and COPAN team
17:00 SOE 7.31 Risk assessment of introduction of African Swine Fever (ASF) to disease free regions of Poland. Effective distance and Monte Carlo approaches — •Andrzej Jarynowski and Vitaly Belik
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