José J. Ramasco

According to our database1, José J. Ramasco authored at least 45 papers between 2008 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:

Timeline

Legend:

Book 
In proceedings 
Article 
PhD thesis 
Other 

Links

Online presence:

On csauthors.net:

Bibliography

2019
Assessing the risk of default propagation in interconnected sectoral financial networks.
EPJ Data Sci., 2019

Field theory for recurrent mobility.
CoRR, 2019

Migrant mobility flows characterized with digital data.
CoRR, 2019

Scaling in the recovery of urban transportation systems from special events.
CoRR, 2019

Effects of update rules on networked <i>N</i>-player trust game dynamics.
Commun. Nonlinear Sci. Numer. Simul., 2019

2018
Mobile phone records to feed activity-based travel demand models: MATSim for studying a cordon toll policy in Barcelona.
CoRR, 2018

2017
Effects of update rules on networked N-player trust game dynamics.
CoRR, 2017

The Fall of the Empire: The Americanization of English.
CoRR, 2017

Crowdsourcing the Robin Hood effect in cities.
Appl. Netw. Sci., 2017

2016
Erratum to: Touristic site attractiveness seen through Twitter.
EPJ Data Sci., 2016

Touristic site attractiveness seen through Twitter.
EPJ Data Sci., 2016

Is spatial information in ICT data reliable?
CoRR, 2016

Immigrant community integration in world cities.
CoRR, 2016

Dynamical leaps due to microscopic changes in multiplex networks.
CoRR, 2016

Dynamics on networks: competition of temporal and topological correlations.
CoRR, 2016

2015
Dragging in mutualistic networks.
Networks Heterog. Media, 2015

A simple and bounded model of population dynamics for mutualistic networks.
Networks Heterog. Media, 2015

Uncovering the spatial structure of mobility networks.
CoRR, 2015

Human diffusion and city influence.
CoRR, 2015

Persistence in Voting Behavior: Stronghold Dynamics in Elections.
Proceedings of the Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction, 2015

2014
Tweets on the road.
CoRR, 2014

Cross-checking different sources of mobility information.
CoRR, 2014

Influence of sociodemographic characteristics on human mobility.
CoRR, 2014

2013
Characterization of delay propagation in the airport network
CoRR, 2013

Entangling mobility and interactions in social media.
CoRR, 2013

Is the Voter Model a model for voters?
CoRR, 2013

2012
Dynamics in online social networks
CoRR, 2012

Social and strategic imitation: the way to consensus
CoRR, 2012

Influence of opinion dynamics on the evolution of games
CoRR, 2012

Dynamical classes of collective attention in twitter.
Proceedings of the 21st World Wide Web Conference 2012, 2012

2011
Social features of online networks: the strength of weak ties in online social media
CoRR, 2011

2010
Modeling the spatial spread of infectious diseases: The GLobal Epidemic and Mobility computational model.
J. Comput. Sci., 2010

Finding statistically significant communities in networks
CoRR, 2010

Optimization of transport protocols with path-length constraints in complex networks
CoRR, 2010

Agents, Bookmarks and Clicks: A topical model of Web traffic
CoRR, 2010

Information filtering in complex weighted networks.
CoRR, 2010

Modeling Traffic on the Web Graph.
Proceedings of the Algorithms and Models for the Web-Graph - 7th International Workshop, 2010

Agents, bookmarks and clicks: a topical model of web navigation.
Proceedings of the HT'10, 2010

2009
Remembering what we like: Toward an agent-based model of Web traffic.
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Web Search and Web Data Mining, 2009

What's in a session: tracking individual behavior on the web.
Proceedings of the HYPERTEXT 2009, Proceedings of the 20th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia, Torino, Italy, June 29, 2009

Using the Weighted Rich-Club Coefficient to Explore Traffic Organization in Mobility Networks.
Proceedings of the Complex Sciences, 2009

Towards the Characterization of Individual Users through Web Analytics.
Proceedings of the Complex Sciences, 2009

2008
Who is keeping you in that community?
CoRR, 2008

Human dynamics revealed through Web analytics
CoRR, 2008

08391 Group Summary - The Berners-Lee Hypothesis: Power laws and Group Structure in Flickr.
Proceedings of the Social Web Communities, 21.09. - 26.09.2008, 2008


  Loading...