Phase transitions in atypical systems induced by a condensation transition on graphs

Random graphs can undergo structural phase transitions as a function of their model parameters. For example, in the well-known percolation transition, a network-spanning cluster of linked nodes abruptly appears at a critical value of the probability, c, for a link to exist between any pair of nodes. Read more

A percolation model for the emergence of the Bitcoin Lightning Network

The distributed ledger system known as blockchain has triggered a revolution in the payments industry, and is the technological infrastructure underlying cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Even so, the blockchain concept itself faces some limitations which may hinder its future growth and adoption. Read more

Approximate Uncertain Programs

Uncertain programs are optimization problems involving uncertainties in constraints or objectives. In the past few decades, such programs have been applied in areas from economics and management to automotive control and machine learning. Read more

LML - Covid-19 Articles Update

General resource: useful articles on the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic (last updated 8 April 2020)

This blog post lists some further  articles and scientific papers which may be of interest in following the unfolding coronavirus epidemic. It has been assembled from suggestions made by LML Fellows and associates. Read more

General resource: useful articles on the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic (last updated 31 March 2020)

This blog post lists a number of articles and scientific papers which may be of interest in following the unfolding coronavirus epidemic. It has been assembled from suggestions made by LML Fellows and associates. Read more