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T. Fardet, A. Levina (2021) Weighted directed clustering: interpretations and requirements for heterogeneous, inferred, and measured networks. Phys. Rev. Research 3.

N Sukenik*,O Vinogradov*,E Weinreb, M Segal, A Levina** & E Moses** (2021) Neuronal circuits overcome imbalance in excitation and inhibition by adjusting connection numbers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 118 (12), 

Zeraati, R., Priesemann, V., Levina, A. (2021). Self-organization toward criticality by synaptic plasticity. Front. Phys. (

Jan Prosi, Sina Khajehabdollahi, Emmanouil Giannakakis, Georg Martius, Anna Levina (2021) The dynamical regime and its importance for evolvability, task performance and generalization, Proceeding of ALife Conference 2021


Fardet, T., & Levina, A. (2020). Simple models including energy and spike constraints reproduce complex activity patterns and metabolic disruptionsPLoS computational biology16 (12).

J Zierenberg, J Wilting, V Priesemann, A Levina (2020). Tailored ensembles of neural networks optimize sensitivity to stimulus statistics. Physical Review Research, 2 (1).

J Zierenberg, J Wilting, V Priesemann, A Levina (2020). Description of spreading dynamics by microscopic network models and macroscopic branching processes can differ due to coalescence. Physical Review, E 101 (2), 022301


S Khajehabdollahi, G Martius, A Levina (2020). Assessing Aesthetics of Generated Abstract Images Using Correlation Structure. Get per e-mail 2019 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 306-313

D Shi, A Levina, HR Noori (2019). Refined parcellation of the nervous system by algorithmic detection of hidden features within communities. Physical Review, E 100 (1), 012301

A Das, A Levina (2019). Critical neuronal models with relaxed timescale separation. Physical Review X, 9 (2), 021062


A Levina, V Priesemann (2017). Subsampling scaling. Nature communications, 8 (1), 1-9