Selected publications by Giuseppe Longo on "Randomness"

  Giuseppe Longo, Catuscia Palamidessi, Thierry Paul.  Some bridging results and challenges in classical, quantum and computational randomness.  In "Randomness through Computation", H. Zenil (ed), pp. 73–92, World Scientific, 2010.     (answersRandom.pdf)

Giuseppe Longo, Maël Montévil.    Randomness Increases Order in Biological Evolution Invited paper, conference on ''Computations, Physics and Beyond'', Auckland, New Zealand, February 21-24, 2012; LNCS vol. 7318 (Dinneen et al. eds), pp. 289 - 308, Springer, 2012.    (anti-entrNZ.pdf).    (Also an invited lecture at the Conference in Honor of S.J. Gould, Venice (It.), May 10 - 12, 2012)

Marcello Buiatti, Giuseppe Longo.    Randomness and Multi-level Interactions in Biology Theory in Biosciences, vol. 132, n. 3:139-158, 2013.   (BuiattiLongo2.pdf)  (Traduction et réduction dans: B. Durrive, J. Henry (éds.) "Redéfinir l'individu à partir de sa trajectoire: Hasard, déterminismes et rencontres", Éditions Matériologiques, janvier 2015).

Francis Bailly, Giuseppe Longo.  Randomness and Determination in the interplay between the Continuum and the Discrete. Special issue: Mathematical Structures in Computer Science 17(2), pp. 289-307, 2007  (DiscrContRand.pdf).

Giuseppe Longo.  Randomness and Determination, from Physics and Computing towards Biology. Invited Lecture at the 5th International Conference on: Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science, Spindleruv mlyn (Czech Republic), January 24-30, 2009. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science, LNCS 5404, 49-62, Springer, 2009. (random-determ.pdf

Cristian Calude, Giuseppe Longo.    Classical, Quantum and Biological Randomness as Relative Unpredictability. Invited Paper, special issue of Natural Computing, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp 263–278, Springer, March 2016.  (CaludeLongoRandom.pdf),    First online: 25/11/2015:   (CaludeLongoRandom).

Barbara Bravi, Giuseppe Longo.    The Unconventionality of Nature: Biology, from Noise to Functional Randomness. Invited Lecture, Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation Conference (UCNC)}, Auckland (NZ), 31/8 - 4/9/2015, proceedings in Springer LNCS 9252, Cristian S. Calude Michael J. Dinneen (Eds.), pp 3-34, 2015.   (paper: Unconventional-NatureUCNC2015.pdf; video, second half: here).

Giuseppe Longo.   How Future Depends on Past Histories and Rare Events in Systems of Life,  Foundations of Science, (DOI), 2017     (biolog-observ-history-future.pdf)    (Révision à paraître en français dans La liberté de l’improbable (Berthoz, Ossola cur.), Collège de France, décembre 2016, actes en préparation : bio-evol-histoire-et-futur.pdf).

Papers 6 and 7 in:
     1 Table of Contents and Preface (TableContentsPreface+SixPapers2016.pdf)
     2 G. Longo & A.M. Soto, Why do we need theories? (01_theories.pdf)
     3 N. Perret & G. Longo, Reductionist perspectives and the notion of information (02_information.pdf)
     5 A.M. Soto, G. Longo, M. Montévil & C. Sonnenschein, The biological default state of cell proliferation with variation and motility, a fundamental principle for a theory of organisms
     6 M. Mossio, M. Montévil & G. Longo, Theoretical principles for biology: Organization
     7 M. Montévil, M. Mossio, A. Pocheville & G. Longo, Theoretical principles for biology: Variation
     10 A.M. Soto, G. Longo, P.-A. Miquel, M. Montévil, M. Mossio, N. Perret , A. Pocheville & C. Sonnenschein, Toward a theory of organisms: Three founding principles in search of a useful integration.
     In   "From the century of the genome to the century of the organism: New theoretical approaches", a  Special issue of Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, A.M. Soto, G. Longo, D. Noble (Editors), Vol. 122, Issue 1, Elsevier, 2016. (TableContentsPreface+SixPapers2016.pdf) 

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