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Publications from research group Complex Systems

Complex Systems research group

Complex systems are found at all scales in nature, from the complex machinery operating inside our cells to the human brain, from human sociality to the networked social organization.


Publications from research group Complex Systems


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Latest publications

Effect of manual and digital contact tracing on COVID-19 outbreaks

A. Barrat, C. Cattuto, M. Kivelä, S. Lehmann, J. Saramäki 2021 Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Characterization of human T cell receptor repertoire data in eight thymus samples and four related blood samples

Nelli Heikkilä, Iivari Kleino, Reetta Vanhanen, Dawit A. Yohannes, Ilkka P. Mattila, Jari Saramäki, T. Petteri Arstila 2021 Data in Brief

Generation of self-reactive, shared T-cell receptor α chains in the human thymus

Nelli Heikkilä, Silja Sormunen, Joonatan Mattila, Taina Härkönen, Mikael Knip, Emmi Leena Ihantola, Tuure Kinnunen, Ilkka P. Mattila, Jari Saramäki, T. Petteri Arstila 2021 JOURNAL OF AUTOIMMUNITY

Navigability assessment of large-scale redesigns in nine public transport networks: Open timetable data approach

Christoffer Weckström, Milos Mladenovic, Rainer Kujala, Jari Saramäki 2021 TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A: POLICY AND PRACTICE

Circadian rhythms in temporal-network connectivity

T. Alakorkko, J. Saramaki 2020 CHAOS

Cumulative effects of triadic closure and homophily in social networks

Aili Asikainen, Gerardo Iñiguez, Javier Ureña-Carrión, Kimmo Kaski, Mikko Kivelä 2020 Science Advances

Identifying the inheritable component of human thymic T cell repertoire generation in monozygous twins

Nelli Heikkila, Reetta Vanhanen, Dawit A. Yohannes, Paivi Saavalainen, Seppo Meri, T. Sakari Jokiranta, Hanna Jarva, Ilkka P. Mattila, David Hamm, Silja Sormunen, Jari Saramaki, T. Petteri Arstila 2020 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY

Human thymic T cell repertoire is imprinted with strong convergence to shared sequences

Nelli Heikkilä, Reetta Vanhanen, Dawit A. Yohannes, Iivari Kleino, Ilkka P. Mattila, Jari Saramäki, T. Petteri Arstila 2020 MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY

Modeling temporal networks with bursty activity patterns of nodes and links

Takayuki Hiraoka, Naoki Masuda, Aming Li, Hang-Hyun Jo 2020 PHYSICAL REVIEW RESEARCH

Burst-tree decomposition of time series reveals the structure of temporal correlations

Hang Hyun Jo, Takayuki Hiraoka, Mikko Kivelä 2020 Scientific Reports
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