Josephine Maria Thomas

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Bipartite networks are powerful descriptions of complex systems characterized by two different classes of nodes and connections allowed only across but not within the two classes. Unveiling physical principles, building theories and suggesting physical models to predict bipartite links such as product-consumer connections in recommendation systems or(More)
Complex network topologies and hyperbolic geometry seem specularly connected (Papadopoulos et al. 2012), and one of the most fascinating and challenging problems of recent complex network theory is to map a given network to its hyperbolic space. The Popularity Similarity Optimization (PSO) model represents-at the moment-the climax of this theory(More)
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