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Universal predictability of mobility patterns in cities
We present a population-weighted opportunities model without any adjustable parameters to capture the underlying driving force accounting for human mobility patterns at the city scale. Expand
Multiplex congruence network of natural numbers
We explore the congruence relations in the setting of a multiplex network. Expand
Thermogravimetric-Mass Spectrometric Analysis of the Reactions between Oxide (ZnO, Fe 2 O 3 or ZnFe 2 O 4 ) and Polyvinyl Chloride under Inert Atmosphere
The mechanisms of reactions are investigated between polyvinyl chloride and oxides such as ZnO, Fe 2 O 3 and ZnFe 2 O 4 under inert gas atmosphere at high temperature with combinedExpand
Universal model of individual and population mobility on diverse spatial scales
We develop a general model by combining memory effect and population-induced competition to enable accurate prediction of human mobility based on population distribution only. Expand
Information Filtering via Collaborative User Clustering Modeling
The past few years have witnessed the great success of recommender systems, which can significantly help users to find out personalized items for them from the information era. Expand
Unified underpinning of human mobility in the real world and cyberspace
Human movements in the real world and in cyberspace affect not only dynamical processes such as epidemic spreading and information diffusion but also social and economical activities such as urbanExpand
Destination choice game: A spatial interaction theory on human mobility
We propose a microscopic mechanism underlying mobility decisions, named destination choice game (DCG), which takes into account the crowding effects resulted from spatial interactions among individuals. Expand
Randomness versus specifics for word-frequency distributions
The text-length-dependence of real word-frequency distributions can be connected to the general properties of a random book. It is pointed out that this finding has strong implications, when decidingExpand
Do scientists trace hot topics?
Do scientists follow hot topics in their scientific investigations? In this paper, by performing analysis to papers published in the American Physical Society (APS) Physical Review journals, it isExpand
A universal opportunity model for human mobility
Predicting human mobility between locations has practical applications in transportation science, spatial economics, sociology and many other fields. For more than 100 years, many human mobilityExpand