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  1. What do football passes and financial transactions have in common? Both are networked walk processes that we can observe, where records take the form of timestamped events that move something tangible from one...

    Authors: Carolina E. S. Mattsson and Frank W. Takes

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:35

    Content type: Research

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  2. Hospitals constitute highly interconnected systems that bring into contact an abundance of infectious pathogens and susceptible individuals, thus making infection outbreaks both common and challenging. In rece...

    Authors: Ashleigh C. Myall, Robert L. Peach, Andrea Y. Weiße, Siddharth Mookerjee, Frances Davies, Alison Holmes and Mauricio Barahona

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:34

    Content type: Research

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  3. Over the last decades, severe haze pollution constitutes a major source of far-reaching environmental and human health problems. The formation, accumulation and diffusion of pollution particles occurs under co...

    Authors: Dimitrios M. Vlachogiannis, Yanyan Xu, Ling Jin and Marta C. González

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:32

    Content type: Research

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  4. Thanks to the widespread availability of large-scale datasets on scholarly outputs, science itself has come under the microscope with the aim of capturing a quantitative understanding of its workings. In this ...

    Authors: Pavlos Paraskevopoulos, Chiara Boldrini, Andrea Passarella and Marco Conti

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:31

    Content type: Research

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  5. Markov clustering is an effective unsupervised pattern recognition algorithm for data clustering in high-dimensional feature space. However, its community detection performance in complex networks has been dem...

    Authors: Claudio Durán, Alessandro Muscoloni and Carlo Vittorio Cannistraci

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:29

    Content type: Research

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  6. Collecting and receiving information about the state of a transportation system is essential to effective planning for intelligent transportation systems, whether it be on the part of individual users or manag...

    Authors: Timothy C. Matisziw and Ashkan Gholamialam

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:28

    Content type: Research

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  7. We study network centrality measures that take into account the specific structure of networks with time-stamped edges. In particular, we explore how such measures can be used to identify nodes most relevant f...

    Authors: Patrick Hoscheit, Éric Anthony and Elisabeta Vergu

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:26

    Content type: Research

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  8. Understanding the role of individual nodes is a key challenge in the study of spreading processes on networks. In this work we propose a novel metric, the reachability-heterogeneity (RH), to quantify the contr...

    Authors: Iacopo Pozzana, Christos Ellinas, Georgios Kalogridis and Konstantinos Sakellariou

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:25

    Content type: Research

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  9. We present a modelling framework for the spreading of epidemics on temporal networks from which both the individual-based and pair-based models can be recovered. The proposed temporal pair-based model that is ...

    Authors: Rory Humphries, Kieran Mulchrone, Jamie Tratalos, Simon J. More and Philipp Hövel

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:23

    Content type: Research

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  10. The DeGroot model for opinion diffusion over social networks dates back to the 1970s and models the mechanism by which information or disinformation spreads through a network, changing the opinions of the agen...

    Authors: Kara Layne Johnson, Jennifer L. Walsh, Yuri A. Amirkhanian, John J. Borkowski and Nicole Bohme Carnegie

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:22

    Content type: Research

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  11. Internet memes have become an increasingly pervasive form of contemporary social communication that attracted a lot of research interest recently. In this paper, we analyze the data of 129,326 memes collected ...

    Authors: Kate Barnes, Tiernon Riesenmy, Minh Duc Trinh, Eli Lleshi, Nóra Balogh and Roland Molontay

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:21

    Content type: Research

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  12. Online political advertising is becoming increasingly popular as political campaigns recognize the utility of social network platforms, like Facebook, for reaching and engaging with voters. Yet, contrary to th...

    Authors: Adina Gitomer, Pavel V. Oleinikov, Laura M. Baum, Erika Franklin Fowler and Saray Shai

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:18

    Content type: Research

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  13. Epidemic spreading is a widely studied process due to its importance and possibly grave consequences for society. While the classical context of epidemic spreading refers to pathogens transmitted among humans ...

    Authors: Martin Sterchi, Cristina Sarasua, Rolf Grütter and Abraham Bernstein

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:17

    Content type: Research

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  14. Relationships between legal entities can be represented as a large weighted directed graph. In this work, we model the global capital ownership network across a hundred of millions of such entities with the go...

    Authors: Sammy Khalife, Jesse Read and Michalis Vazirgiannis

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:16

    Content type: Research

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  15. The objective of this study is to show the importance of interspecies links and temporal network dynamics of a multi-species livestock movement network. Although both cattle and sheep networks have been previo...

    Authors: Anne-Sophie Ruget, Gianluigi Rossi, P. Theo Pepler, Gaël Beaunée, Christopher J. Banks, Jessica Enright and Rowland R. Kao

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:15

    Content type: Research

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  16. The objective of this study is to examine the transmission risk of COVID-19 based on cross-county population co-location data from Facebook. The rapid spread of COVID-19 in the United States has imposed a majo...

    Authors: Chao Fan, Sanghyeon Lee, Yang Yang, Bora Oztekin, Qingchun Li and Ali Mostafavi

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:14

    Content type: Research

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  17. Infectious disease surveillance is often case-based, focused on people diagnosed and their contacts in a predefined time window, and treated as independent across infections. Network analysis of partners and c...

    Authors: Dana K. Pasquale, Irene A. Doherty, Peter A. Leone, Ann M. Dennis, Erika Samoff, Constance S. Jones, John Barnhart and William C. Miller

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:13

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  18. To what extent can we predict the structure of online conversation trees? We present a generative model to predict the size and evolution of threaded conversations on social media by combining machine learning...

    Authors: John Bollenbacher, Diogo Pacheco, Pik-Mai Hui, Yong-Yeol Ahn, Alessandro Flammini and Filippo Menczer

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:12

    Content type: Research

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  19. The spatial distribution of population affects disease transmission, especially when shelter in place orders restrict mobility for a large fraction of the population. The spatial network structure of settlemen...

    Authors: Christopher Small and Daniel Sousa

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:10

    Content type: Research

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  20. Evidence from 184 countries over the span of 25 years is gathered and analyzed to understand North–North, South–South, and North–South international migration flows. Conceptually, the analysis borrows from net...

    Authors: Diego F. Leal and Nicolas L. Harder

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:8

    Content type: Research

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  21. Vaccination has become one of the most prominent measures for preventing the spread of infectious diseases in modern times. However, mass vaccination of the population may not always be possible due to high co...

    Authors: Tomer Lev and Erez Shmueli

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:6

    Content type: Research

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  22. The dense social contact networks and high mobility in congested urban areas facilitate the rapid transmission of infectious diseases. Typical mechanistic epidemiological models are either based on uniform mix...

    Authors: Rohan Patil, Raviraj Dave, Harsh Patel, Viraj M. Shah, Deep Chakrabarti and Udit Bhatia

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:4

    Content type: Research

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  23. Many real systems are extremely vulnerable against attacks, since they are scale-free networks as commonly existing topological structure in them. Thus, in order to improve the robustness of connectivity, seve...

    Authors: Masaki Chujyo and Yukio Hayashi

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:3

    Content type: Research

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  24. In many real applications of semi-supervised learning, the guidance provided by a human oracle might be “noisy” or inaccurate. Human annotators will often be imperfect, in the sense that they can make subjecti...

    Authors: Elham Alghamdi, Ellen Rushe, Brian Mac Namee and Derek Greene

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2020 5:98

    Content type: Research

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  25. More and more diseases have been found to be strongly correlated with disturbances in the microbiome constitution, e.g., obesity, diabetes, or some cancer types. Thanks to modern high-throughput omics technolo...

    Authors: Kateryna Melnyk, Stefan Klus, Grégoire Montavon and Tim O. F. Conrad

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2020 5:96

    Content type: Research

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  26. Random geometric graphs have become now a popular object of research. Defined rather simply, these graphs describe real networks much better than classical Erdős–Rényi graphs due to their ability to produce ti...

    Authors: Konstantin E. Avrachenkov and Andrei V. Bobu

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2020 5:92

    Content type: Research

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  27. Initially emerged in the Chinese city Wuhan and subsequently spread almost worldwide causing a pandemic, the SARS-CoV-2 virus follows reasonably well the Susceptible–Infectious–Recovered (SIR) epidemic model o...

    Authors: Clara Pizzuti, Annalisa Socievole, Bastian Prasse and Piet Van Mieghem

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2020 5:91

    Content type: Research

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  28. This study models cross-national attitudes towards immigrants in East and Southeast Asia as a signed and weighted bipartite network of countries and evaluative reactions to a variety of political issues, or de...

    Authors: Rachael Kei Kawasaki and Yuichi Ikeda

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2020 5:85

    Content type: Research

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