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Epidemic spreading in scale-free networks.
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A dynamical model for the spreading of infections on scale-free networks is defined, finding the absence of an epidemic threshold and its associated critical behavior and this new epidemiological framework rationalizes data of computer viruses and could help in the understanding of other spreading phenomena on communication and social networks.
Epidemic processes in complex networks
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A coherent and comprehensive review of the vast research activity concerning epidemic processes is presented, detailing the successful theoretical approaches as well as making their limits and assumptions clear.
Dynamical Processes on Complex Networks
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A new and recent account presents a comprehensive explanation of the effect of complex connectivity patterns on dynamical phenomena in a vast number of everyday systems that can be represented as large complex networks.
Epidemic dynamics and endemic states in complex networks.
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A dynamical model for the spreading of epidemics in complex networks that implies that scale-free networks are prone to the spreading and the persistence of infections whatever spreading rate the epidemic agents might possess.
Detecting rich-club ordering in complex networks
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The presented analysis enables the measurement of the rich-club ordering and its relation with the function and dynamics of networks in examples drawn from the biological, social and technological domains.
Dynamical and correlation properties of the internet.
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It is found that the Internet is characterized by non-trivial correlations among nodes and different dynamical regimes, and the importance of node hierarchy and aging in the Internet structure and growth is pointed out.
Immunization of complex networks.
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It is shown that the random uniform immunization of individuals does not lead to the eradication of infections in all complex networks, and networks with scale-free properties do not acquire global immunity from major epidemic outbreaks even in the presence of unrealistically high densities of randomly immunized individuals.
Extracting the multiscale backbone of complex weighted networks
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A filtering method is defined that offers a practical procedure to extract the relevant connection backbone in complex multiscale networks, preserving the edges that represent statistically significant deviations with respect to a null model for the local assignment of weights to edges.
Dynamics of Person-to-Person Interactions from Distributed RFID Sensor Networks
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A scalable experimental framework for gathering real-time data resolving face-to-face social interactions with tunable spatial and temporal granularities is presented and shows an interesting super-linear behavior, which indicates the possibility of defining super-connectors both in the number and intensity of connections.
Global protein function prediction from protein-protein interaction networks
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The assignment of proteins to functional classes on the basis of their network of physical interactions as determined by minimizing the number of protein interactions among different functional categories is proposed.
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