According to our database1, Fredrik Liljeros authored at least 14 papers between 2004 and 2016.
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Respondent-driven sampling and an unusual epidemic.
J. Applied Probability, 2016
Respondent-driven sampling bias induced by clustering and community structure in social networks.
Finding influential spreaders from human activity beyond network location.
Mechanistic Models in Computational Social Science.
Contact Networks and the Spread of MRSA in Stockholm Hospitals.
Proceedings of the 2015 Second European Network Intelligence Conference, 2015
The network positions of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus affected units in a regional healthcare system.
EPJ Data Sci., 2014
Fat-tailed fluctuations in the size of organizations: the role of social influence.
Beginning and end times of dyadic relationships control disease spreading in empirical contact data.
Communication activity in a social network: relation between long-term correlations and inter-event clustering
Simulated Epidemics in an Empirical Spatiotemporal Network of 50, 185 Sexual Contacts.
PLoS Computational Biology, 2011
How people interact in evolving online affiliation networks
Human Sexual Networks.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, 2009
Attack Strategies on Complex Networks.
Proceedings of the Computational Science, 2006
Structure and time evolution of an Internet dating community.
Social Networks, 2004