• 数理生物学会2006年会 Go Program
    • 2006/09/17Sat -- 09/18Mon
    • 九州大学
    • シンポジウム提案期限(~4/30), 参加・講演申込み期限(~7/31)
  • Organized Session:
  • Title: General Community Structure Go
  • Organizer: Kei Tokita (Osaka University)
  • Introduction: In many complex systems such as a metabolic system, an immune system, an ecosystem, a human social system, even a linguistic system etc, common "general community structures" have been observed. A mechanism to generate such patterns, e.g. abundance distributions of components, is not only a main topic in each discipline but also have aroused controversy independently. In this session, we aim to explore a uniform view and methodology for the patterns by theoretically approaching to complex systems essentially containing diverse components, e.g. genes in a cell, species in a ecosystem, words in a book etc.
  • Louis-Felix Bersier/What proportional abundances of species pairs can teach us about models of biodiversity?
  • Kunihiko Kaneko/Universal Statistical Laws in Reproducing Cells and Relevance of Phenotypic Fluctuation to Genetic Evolution
  • Axel Rossberg/Trophic link density, the diet partitioning function, and the search for universality in ecological communities
  • Kei Tokita/Species abundance distributions, the species-area relationship and the Zipf's law

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