Publications

Journal Article (148)

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    Abou Chakra, M.; Hilbe, C.; Traulsen, A.: Coevolutionary interactions between farmers and mafia induce host acceptance of avian brood parasites. Royal Society Open Science 3 (5) (2016)
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    Bumann, S.; Lensink, R.: Capital account liberalization and income inequality. Journal of International Money and Finance 61, pp. 143 - 162 (2016)
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    Du, J.; Wu, B.; Wang, L.: Aspiration dynamics and the sustainability of resources in the public goods dilemma. Physics Letters. A 380 (16), pp. 1432 - 1436 (2016)
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    Gokhale, C. S.; Hauert, C.: Eco-evolutionary dynamics of social dilemmas. Theoretical Population Biology (2016)
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    Haafke, J.; Abou Chakra, M.; Becks, L.: Eco-evolutionary feedback promotes Red Queen dynamics and selects for sex in predator populations. Evolution 70 (3), pp. 641 - 652 (2016)
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    Hagel, K.; Abou Chakra, M.; Bauer, B.; Traulsen, A.: Which risk scenarios can drive the emergence of costly cooperation? Scientific Reports 6, 19269 (2016)
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    Hindersin, L.; Werner, B.; Dingli, D.; Traulsen, A.: Should tissue structure suppress or amplify selection to minimize cancer risk? Biology Direct 11 (41) (2016)
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    Huang, W.; de Campos, A.; Roberto, P.; Moraes de Oliveira, V.; Fagundes Ferrreira, F.: A resource-based game theoretical approach for the paradox of the plankton. PeerJ 4 (2016)
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    Li, X.-Y.; Kurokawa, S.; Giaimo, S.; Traulsen, A.: How life history can sway the fixation probability of mutants. Genetics 203 (3), pp. 1297 - 1313 (2016)
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    Papkou, A.; Gokhale, C. S.; Traulsen, A.; Schulenburg, H.: Host-parasite coevolution: why changing population size matters. Zoology 119, pp. 330 - 338 (2016)
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    Peña, J.; Nöldeke, G.: Variability in group size and the evolution of collective action. Journal of Theoretical Biology 389, pp. 72 - 82 (2016)
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    Peña, J.; Wu, B.; Traulsen, A.: Ordering structured populations in multiplayer cooperation games. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society 13 (114), 20150881 (2016)
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    Werner, B.; Scott, J. G.; Sottoriva, A.; Anderson, A. R.A.; Traulsen, A.; Altrock, P. M.: The cancer stem cell fraction in hierarchically organized tumors can be estimated using mathematical modeling and patient-specific treatment trajectories. Cancer research : an official organ of the American Association for Cancer Research 76 (7) (2016)
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    Werner, B.; Traulsen, A.; Dingli, D.: Ontogenic growth as the root of fundamental differences between childhood and adult cancer. Stem Cells (2016)
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    Werner, B.; Traulsen, A.; Dingli, D.: Response to the editor: on the growth of hematopoietic stem cells and childhood leukemias. Stem Cells 34 (10), p. 2610 - 2610 (2016)
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    Wu, B.; Arranz, J.; Du, J.; Zhou, D.; Traulsen, A.: Evolving synergetic interactions. Interface : Journal of the Royal Society (2016)
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    Abou Chakra, M.; Hilbe, C.: Modelling the dynamics of crime and punishment. Comment on “Statistical physics of crime: A review” byM.R.D’Orsogna andM. Perc. Physics of Life Reviews 12, pp. 22 - 23 (2015)
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    Amado, A.; Huang, W.; Campos, P. R. A.; Ferreira, F. F.: Learning process in public goods games. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 430, pp. 21 - 31 (2015)
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    Arranz, J.; Traulsen, A.: Mathematical universality and direct applicability of evolutionary games Comment on “Universal scaling for the dilemma strength inevolutionary games”, by Z. Wang et al. Physics of Life Reviews 14, pp. 31 - 33 (2015)
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    Ashcroft, P.; Traulsen, A.; Galla, T.: When the mean is not enough: calculating fixation time distributions in birth-death processes. Physical Review E (2015)
 
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