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Kondratiuk, Pawel, Siudem, Grzegorz and Holyst, Janusz A. (2012), "Analytical approach to the model of scientific revolutions", PHYSICAL REVIEW E 85, 066126 (2012).

Abstract:
The model of scientific paradigms spreading throughout a community of agents with memory is analyzed using the master equation. The case of two competing ideas is considered for various networks of interactions,including agents placed at Erdos-Renyi graphs or complete graphs. The pace of adopting a new idea by the community is analyzed, along with the distribution of periods after which a new idea replaces the old one. The approach is extended for the chain topology to the more general case when more than two ideas compete. Our analytical results agree with the numerical simulations.

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Increasing risk behaviour can outweigh the benefits of antiretroviral drug treatment on the HIV incidence among men-having-sex-with-men in Amsterdam
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As of August 27, the most downloaded/accessed paper in BMC Systems Biology is: D. van Dijk et al.: Identifying potential survival strategies of HIV-1 through virus-host protein interaction networks, BMC Systems Biology, vol. 4, nr 1 pp. 96+17. 2010.

This paper received the ICCS best paper award 2010:
N. Zarrabi et al.: Modeling HIV-1 intracellular replication,
Procedia Computer Science vol. 1, nr 1 pp. 555-564. Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, May 2010.

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