Foundations for a Mathematical Model of the Global Brain: architecture, components, and specifications F Heylighen, E Busseniers, V Veitas, C Vidal, DR Weinbaum GBI Working Papers, 2012 | 28 | 2012 |

Goal directedness, chemical organizations, and cybernetic mechanisms E Busseniers, T Veloz, F Heylighen Entropy 23 (8), 1039, 2021 | 16 | 2021 |

Towards an analytic framework for system resilience based on reaction networks T Veloz, P Maldonado, E Bussseniers, A Bassi, S Beigi, M Lenartowicz, ... Complexity 2022, 1-29, 2022 | 15 | 2022 |

General Centrality in a hypergraph E Busseniers arXiv preprint arXiv:1403.5162, 2014 | 12 | 2014 |

The role of self-maintaining resilient reaction networks in the origin and evolution of life F Heylighen, S Beigi, E Busseniers Biosystems 219, 104720, 2022 | 11 | 2022 |

Modeling autopoiesis and cognition with reaction networks F Heylighen, E Busseniers Biosystems 230, 104937, 2023 | 9 | 2023 |

Let's interplay! Does co-evolution enable or constrain? E Busseniers Technological Forecasting and Social Change 114, 27-34, 2017 | 8 | 2017 |

Hierarchical organization versus self-organization E Busseniers arXiv preprint arXiv:1402.1670, 2014 | 3 | 2014 |

Is external control important for internal control? E Busseniers Journal of Sociocybernetics 14 (1), 2016 | 2 | 2016 |

Self-organization versus hierarchical organization - a mathematical investigation of the anarchist philosophy of social organization E Busseniers VUB, 2018 | 1 | 2018 |

Autonomous change E Busseniers Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 2023 | | 2023 |

Freedom analyzed through parkour E Busseniers | | 2020 |

Social effects of the coronacrisis E Busseniers SOCIETAL EXIT FROM LOCKDOWN, 133-135, 2020 | | 2020 |

What is hierarchy? E Busseniers | | 2020 |

Mathematical anarchism: Root out power so that freedom canflourish wildly E Busseniers | | 2020 |

Mathematical anarchism E Busseniers | | 2020 |

Different ways of being in control E Busseniers | | 2014 |