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Unravelling daily human mobility motifs
Human mobility is differentiated by time scales. While the mechanism for long time scales has been studied, the underlying mechanism on the daily scale is still unrevealed. Here, we uncover theExpand
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Data for Development: the D4D Challenge on Mobile Phone Data
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An open data challenge on anonymous call patterns of Orange's mobile phone users in Ivory Coast. Expand
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Geographical dispersal of mobile communication networks
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In this paper, we analyze statistical properties of a communication network constructed from the records of a mobile phone company. Expand
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Are social networks technologically embedded?: How networks are changing today with changes in communication technology
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We try to understand the relationship between social networks (a set of social ties possessing one or more relational dimensions), exchanges between actors (made up of a succession of embodied gestures and language acts) and the various technical means for communication available today, which enable an exchange to be completed. Expand
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Exploring the Mobility of Mobile Phone Users
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We explore the connections between various features of human behavior extracted from a large mobile phone dataset. Expand
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D4D-Senegal: The Second Mobile Phone Data for Development Challenge
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The D4D-Senegal challenge is an open innovation data challenge on anonymous call patterns of Orange's customers in Senegal. Expand
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Everyday space–time geographies: using mobile phone-based sensor data to monitor urban activity in Harbin, Paris, and Tallinn
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This paper proposes a methodology for using mobile telephone-based sensor data for detecting spatial and temporal differences in everyday activities in cities. Expand
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Socio-Geography of Human Mobility: A Study Using Longitudinal Mobile Phone Data
A relationship between people’s mobility and their social networks is presented based on an analysis of calling and mobility traces for one year of anonymized call detail records of over one millionExpand
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Interplay between Telecommunications and Face-to-Face Interactions: A Study Using Mobile Phone Data
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In this study we analyze one year of telecommunications data for over one million customers from a large European cellphone operator, and we investigate the relationship between people's calls and their physical location. Expand
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On the Use of Human Mobility Proxies for Modeling Epidemics
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We explore the opportunity of using proxies for individual mobility to describe commuting flows and predict the diffusion of an influenza-like-illness epidemic. Expand
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