My new paper “Collective navigation of complex networks: Participatory greedy routing” is now on the Arxiv. Supplementary Materials: here Supplementary Videos below:
My average intermediate degree of separation from everyone on Facebook is 3.39 . This means that I probably know you through a chain of 3 to 4 intermediate… Read more “From Milgram to multiplexes: mutual greedy routing explained for everyone”
Slides from my talk about our latest paper http://www.nature.com/nphys/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nphys3812.html at CCS 2016 in Amsterdam: Hidden geometric correlations in real multiplex networks from Kolja Kleineberg
Check out the slides of my talk “Towards a democratic, scalable, and sustainable digital future” yesterday at the ETH Zürich: Towards a democratic, scalable, and sustainable digital… Read more “Towards a democratic, scalable, and sustainable digital future”
Our recent work “Hidden geometric correlations in real multiplex networks” was published in Nature Physics. You can access the article at http://rdcu.be/i9iO.
Read the preprint at http://arxiv.org/abs/1604.08168 Abstract: A multidimensional financial system could provide benefits for individuals, companies, and states. Instead of top-down control, which is destined to eventually fail… Read more “New preprint: A “Social Bitcoin” could sustain a democratic digital world”
Our paper “Competition between global and local online social networks” was just published in Scientific Reports. The paper is available at http://www.nature.com/articles/srep25116 Check out videos here and… Read more ““Competition between global and local online social networks” published in Sci. Rep.”