Jeannette C. M. Janssen

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Bodies of information available through the Internet, such as digital libraries and distributed file-sharing systems, often form a self-organizing networked information space, i.e. a collection of interconnected information entities generated incrementally over time by a large number of agents. The collection of electronically available research papers in(More)
Citation graphs representing a body of scientific literature convey measures of scholarly activity and productivity. In this work we present a study of the structure of the citation graph of the computer science literature. Using a web robot we built several topic-specific citation graphs and their union graph from the digital library ResearchIndex. After(More)
We present a new stochastic model for complex networks, based on a spatial embedding of the nodes, called the Spatial Preferred Attachment (SPA) model. In the SPA model, nodes have influence regions of varying size, and new nodes may only link to a node if they fall within its influence region. The spatial embedding of the nodes models the background(More)
Several stochastic models were proposed recently to model the dynamic evolution of the web graph. We study the infinite limits of the stochastic processes proposed to model the web graph when time goes to infinity. We prove that determin-istic variations of the so-called copying model can lead to several nonisomorphic limits. Some models converge to the(More)
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In this paper, we develop a general framework for studying distributed online frequency assignmentin cellular networks. The problem can be abstracted as a multicoloring problem on a node-weighted graph whose weights change over time. The graph, with nodes corresponding to network cells, is usually modeled as a subgraph of the triangular lattice and the(More)