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Inferring supply networks from mobile phone data to estimate the resilience of a national economy

@inproceedings{Reisch2021InferringSN,
  title={Inferring supply networks from mobile phone data to estimate the resilience of a national economy},
  author={Tobias Reisch and Georg Heiler and Christian Diem and Stefan Thurner},
  year={2021}
}
Tobias Reisch, 2, ∗ Georg Heiler, 3, ∗ Christian Diem, 4 and Stefan Thurner 2, 5, † Section for Science of Complex Systems, CeMSIIS, Medical University of Vienna, A-1090 Vienna, Austria Complexity Science Hub Vienna, A-1080 Vienna, Austria Institute of Information Systems Engineering, TU Wien, A-1040 Vienna, Austria Institute for Finance, Banking and Insurance, Vienna University of Economics and Business, A-1020 Vienna, Austria Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM 85701, USA (Dated: October 13… Expand

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