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January 01, 2005

Publications and Publicity

  1. On the Frequency of Severe Terrorist Attacks.
    A. Clauset, M. Young and K. S. Gleditsch.
    Journal of Conflict Resolution 51(1): 58 - 88 (2007).

  2. Structural Inference of Hierarchies in Networks.
    A. Clauset, C. Moore and M. E. J. Newman.
    in Proceedings of 23rd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Workshop on Social Network Analysis.
    To appear in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer (2006).

  3. Scale Invariance in Road Networks.
    V. Kalapala, V. Swanwalani, A. Clauset and C. Moore.
    Physical Review E 73, 026130 (2006).

  4. Molecular modeling of mono- and bis-quaternary ammonium salts as ligands at the a4b2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subtype using nonlinear techniques.
    J. T. Ayers, A. Clauset, J.D. Schmitt, L. P. Dwoskin and P. A. Crooks.
    American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Journal 7(3): E678-85 (2005).

  5. Supervised Self-Organizing Maps in QSAR I: Robust behavior with underdetermined datasets.
    Y.D. Xiao, A. Clauset, R. Harris, E. Bayram, P. Santago II, and J.D. Schmitt.
    J. Chemical Information and Modeling 46(6): 1749-1759 (2005).

  6. Finding local community structure in networks.
    A. Clauset.
    Physical Review E 72, 026132 (2005).

  7. On the Bias of Traceroute Sampling (or: Why almost every network looks like it has a power law).
    D. Achlioptas, A. Clauset, D. Kempe and C. Moore.
    in Proceedings of 37th ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC) 2005 (Baltimore, May 21-24).

  8. Accuracy and Scaling Phenomena in Internet Mapping.
    A. Clauset and C. Moore.
    Physical Review Letters 94, 018701 (2005).

  9. Finding community structure in very large networks.
    A. Clauset, M.E.J. Newman and C. Moore.
    Physical Review E 70, 066111 (2004).
    Download the code

  10. Genetic Algorithms and Self-Organizing Maps: A Powerful Combination for Modeling Complex QSAR and QSPR Problems.
    E. Bayram, P. Santago II, R. Harris, Y. Xiao, A. Clauset and J.D. Schmitt.
    J. Computer-Aided Molecular Design 18 (7-9): 483-493 (2004).

  11. How Do Networks Become Navigable?
    A. Clauset and C. Moore.
    prepint (2003).

  12. Chaos You Can Play In.
    A. Clauset, N. Grigg, M.T. Lim, and E. Miller.
    Proceedings of the SFI CSSS (Santa Fe, August 2003)


Mapping the Internet

SIAM News (June 2005)

Scale Invariance in Global Terrorism

PhysicsWeb (February 2005)
Nature News (February 2005)
Die Welt (March 2005, in German)
Nature News (July 2005)
The Economist (July 2005)
The Guardian (August 2005)

How Do Networks Become Navigable?

This paper appeared as part of the course packet for Jon Kleinberg's "Algorithms for Information Networks" course during Spring 2005 at Carnagie Mellon University.

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