Several Multiplexes in the same City: The role of wealth differences in urban mobility

@article{Lotero2014SeveralMI,
  title={Several Multiplexes in the same City: The role of wealth differences in urban mobility},
  author={Laura Lotero and Alessio Cardillo and Rafael Hurtado and Jes'us G'omez-Gardenes},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2014}
}
In this work we analyze the architecture of real urban mobility networks from the multiplex perspective. In particular, based on empirical data about the mobility patterns in the cities of Bogot\'a and Medell\'{\i}n, each city is represented by six multiplex networks, each one representing the origin-destination trips performed by a subset of the population corresponding to a particular socioeconomic status. The nodes of each multiplex are the different urban locations whereas links represent… 

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