Browsing by Author "Corominas Murtra, Bernat"

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  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2011-07-12)
    Aquesta tesi estudia l'emergència de complexitat en sistemes de comunicació naturals, prenent el llenguatge humà com a principal objecte d'estudi. Ens centrem en i) Patrons estadístics de complexitat, ii) Mecanismes ...
  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat; Sànchez Fibla, Martí; Valverde, Sergi; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (Royal Society, 2018)
    The emergence of syntax during childhood is a remarkable example of how complex correlations unfold in nonlinear ways through development. In particular, rapid transitions seem to occur as children reach the age of two, ...
  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat; Rodríguez Caso, Carlos; Goñi, Joaquín; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2011)
    In this paper we explore the concept of hierarchy as a quantifiable descriptor of ordered structures, departing from the definition of three conditions to be satisfied for a hierarchical structure: order, predictability, ...
  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat; Rodríguez Caso, Carlos; Goñi, Joaquín; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (IOP Publishing, 2010)
    Systems whose organization displays causal asymmetry constraints, from evolutionary trees to river basins or transport networks, can often be described in terms of directed paths on a discrete set of arbitrary units including ...
  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat; Fortuny, Jordi; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    Meaning has been left outside most theoretical approaches to information in biology. Functional responses based on an appropriate interpretation of signals have been replaced by a probabilistic description of correlations ...
  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat; Seoane, Luís F., 1985-; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (Royal Society, 2018)
    A major problem for evolutionary theory is understanding the so-called open-ended nature of evolutionary change, from its definition to its origins. Open-ended evolution (OEE) refers to the unbounded increase in complexity ...