Paula Villa Martín
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Eluding catastrophic shifts
PV Martín, JA Bonachela, SA Levin, MA Muñoz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (15), E1828-E1836, 2015
722015
Quenched disorder forbids discontinuous transitions in nonequilibrium low-dimensional systems
PV Martín, JA Bonachela, MA Munoz
Physical Review E 89 (1), 012145, 2014
422014
Bet-hedging strategies in expanding populations
PV Martín, MA Muñoz, S Pigolotti
PLoS computational biology 15 (4), e1006529, 2019
132019
Eco-evolutionary model of rapid phenotypic diversification in species-rich communities
P Villa Martin, J Hidalgo, R Rubio de Casas, MA Muñoz
PLoS computational biology 12 (10), e1005139, 2016
92016
Rounding of abrupt phase transitions in brain networks
PV Martín, P Moretti, MA Munoz
Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2015 (1), P01003, 2015
72015
Increased mutation rate is linked to genome reduction in prokaryotes
T Bourguignon, Y Kinjo, P Villa-Martín, NV Coleman, Q Tang, DA Arab, ...
Current Biology 30 (19), 3848-3855. e4, 2020
12020
Intermittent percolation and the scale-free distribution of vegetation clusters
PV Martín, V Domínguez-García, MA Muñoz
New Journal of Physics 22 (8), 083014, 2020
2020
Ocean currents promote rare species diversity in protists
P Villa Martin, A Bucek, T Bourguignon, S Pigolotti
Science Advances 6 (29), eaaz9037, 2020
2020
Modeling the COVID-19 epidemic in Okinawa
S Pigolotti, D Chiuchiu, PV Martin, D Bhat
medRxiv, 2020
2020
Ocean currents promote rare species diversity in protists
PV Martin, A Bucek, T Bourguignon, S Pigolotti
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Phase transitions and diversification in complex systems: The role of heterogeneites, adaptation a other essencial aspects of real systems
P Villa Martín
Universidad de Granada, 2017
2017
Phase transitions and diversification in complex systems: the role of heterogeneities, adaptation and other essential aspects of real systems
PV Martín
Universidad de Granada, 2017
2017
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