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- Oleguer Sagarra, Conrad J Perez Vicente, Albert Díaz-Guilera
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2013

Statistical properties of binary complex networks are well understood and recently many attempts have been made to extend this knowledge to weighted ones. There are, however, subtle yet important considerations to be made regarding the nature of the weights used in this generalization. Weights can be either continuous or discrete magnitudes, and in the… (More)

- Luce Prignano, Oleguer Sagarra, Pablo M. Gleiser, Albert Díaz-Guilera
- I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos
- 2012

We present a model of integrate and fire oscillators that move on a plane. The phase of the oscillators evolves linearly in time and when it reaches a threshold value they fire choosing their neighbors according to a certain interaction range. Depending on the velocity of the ballistic motion and the average number of neighbors each oscillator fires to, we… (More)

Complex networks grow subject to structural constraints which affect their measurable properties. Assessing the effect that such constraints impose on their observables is thus a crucial aspect to be taken into account in their analysis. To this end, we examine the effect of fixing the strength sequence in multi-edge networks on several network observables… (More)

- Oleguer Sagarra, Michael Szell, Paolo Santi, Albert Díaz-Guilera, Carlo Ratti, Matjaž Perc
- PloS one
- 2015

Understanding human mobility is of vital importance for urban planning, epidemiology, and many other fields that draw policies from the activities of humans in space. Despite the recent availability of large-scale data sets of GPS traces or mobile phone records capturing human mobility, typically only a subsample of the population of interest is… (More)

- Mario Gutiérrez-Roig, Oleguer Sagarra, +4 authors Jordi Perelló
- Royal Society open science
- 2016

Human mobility is becoming an accessible field of study, thanks to the progress and availability of tracking technologies as a common feature of smart phones. We describe an example of a scalable experiment exploiting these circumstances at a public, outdoor fair in Barcelona (Spain). Participants were tracked while wandering through an open space with… (More)

- Oleguer Sagarra, Conrad J Perez Vicente, Albert Díaz-Guilera
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2015

Complex network null models based on entropy maximization are becoming a powerful tool to characterize and analyze data from real systems. However, it is not easy to extract good and unbiased information from these models: A proper understanding of the nature of the underlying events represented in them is crucial. In this paper we emphasize this fact… (More)

Under the name of Citizen Science, many innovative practices in which volunteers partner with scientist to pose and answer real-world questions are quickly growing worldwide. Citizen Science can furnish ready made solutions with the active role of citizens. However, this framework is still far from being well stablished to become a standard tool for… (More)

- Luce Prignano, Oleguer Sagarra, Albert Díaz-Guilera
- Physical review letters
- 2013

We analyze the emergence of synchronization in a population of moving integrate-and-fire oscillators. Oscillators, while moving on a plane, interact with their nearest neighbor upon firing time. We discover a nonmonotonic dependence of the synchronization time on the velocity of the agents. Moreover, we find that mechanisms that drive synchronization are… (More)

Statistical properties of binary complex networks are well understood and recently many attempts have been made to extend this knowledge to weighted ones. There is, however, a subtle difference between networks where weights are continuos variables and those where they account for discrete, distinguishable events, which we call multi-edge networks. In this… (More)