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From individual interactions to collective patterns: A mathematical approach
A mathematical approach is here discussed, addressed to try and explain the emergence of collective properties of socio-economic systems with a large number of individuals, based on the knowledge of pairwise individual ...
The effect of flooding on carbon and nutrient standing stocks of helophyte biomass in rewetted fens
(Springer Verlag (Germany), 2011)
Structure and wood biomass of near-natural floodplain forests along the Central Asian rivers Tarim and Amu Darya
(Oxford University Press (OUP): Policy B - Oxford Open Option A, 2011)
In the Central Asian deserts, the floodplains along the large river systems like the Amu Darya, Syr Darya and Tarim harbour the highest biodiversity and provide a wide range of ecosystem services for men in those regions. ...
Restructuring of endophytic bacterial communities in grapevine yellows-diseased and recovered Vitis vinifera L. plants
(American Society for Microbiology, 2011)
Length heterogeneity-PCR assays, combined with statistical analyses, highlighted that the endophytic bacterial community associated with healthy grapevines was characterized by a greater diversity than that present in ...
Fit for change: Manage the dynamics of complexity in production systems = Fit für den Wandel: Beherrschung der dynamischen Komplexität in Produktionssystemen
(G I T O Verlag, 2011)
In einem hart umkämpften und äußerst dynamischen Marktumfeld gewinnt die Wandlungsfähigkeit für produzierende Unternehmen immer mehr an Bedeutung zur dauerhaften Sicherung der eigenen Überlebensfähigkeit. Der Wandlungsbedarf ...
Diversity and frequency of clonal traits along natural and land-use gradients in grasslands of the Swiss Alps
The frequency of clonal plants in different vegetation types is known to be influenced by environmental and land-use factors. However, the underlying behavior of individual clonal traits or clonal trait diversity has ...
From microscopic taxation and redistribution models to macroscopic income distributions
We present here a general framework, expressed by a system of nonlinear differential equations, suitable for the modeling of taxation and redistribution in a closed society. This framework allows one to describe the evolution ...