The Santa Fe Institute (SFI) will host a lecture by Andrey Lakhov of the Université Paris at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday., June 25, in the Collins Conference Room at the SFI, 1399 Hyde Park Road in Santa Fe.
Abstract. Understanding and quantifying the out-of-equilibrium dynamics is one of the major tasks of today’s science. Using dynamic cavity method on time trajectories, we show how to derive dynamic message-passing (DMP) equations for a large class of models with irreversible dynamics – the key point that makes the problem solvable. These equations are asymptotically exact for locally tree-like graphs and generally provide a good approximation for real-world networks. We illustrate the approach by applying the DMP equations for susceptible-infected-recovered (SIR) model to the problem of inference of epidemic origin.
Purpose: Research Collaboration
SFI Host: Pan Zhang
The SFI is a nonprofit research center located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its scientists collaborate across disciplines to understand the complex systems that underlie critical questions for science and humanity. The Institute is supported by philanthropic individuals and foundations, forward-thinking partner companies, and government science agencies.
The public is invited, but no lunch will be provided. Attendees are invited to bring their own.