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Bursty Human Dynamics.

By: Karsai, Márton.
Contributor(s): Jo, Hang-Hyun | Kaski, Kimmo.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Complexity Ser: Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (131 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319685403.Subject(s): Interpersonal relationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Bursty Human DynamicsDDC classification: 302 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Acronyms -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Bursty Human Dynamics -- 1.2 About This Monograph -- 2 Measures and Characterisations -- 2.1 Point Processes as Time Series with Irregular Timings -- 2.1.1 The Poisson Process -- 2.1.2 Characterisation of Temporal Heterogeneities -- 2.2 Inter-event Time, Residual Time, and Waiting Time -- 2.3 Collective Bursty Phenomena -- 2.3.1 Bursty Patterns in Egocentric Networks -- 2.3.2 Bursty Temporal Motifs -- 2.3.3 System Level Characterisation -- 2.4 Cyclic Patterns in Human Dynamics -- 2.4.1 Remark on Non-stationarity -- 3 Empirical Findings in Human Bursty Dynamics -- 3.1 Individual Activities -- 3.2 Interaction-Driven Collective Activities -- 3.2.1 Face-to-face Interactions -- 3.2.2 Mobile Phone-Based Interactions -- 3.2.3 Communication by Posted Letters and Emails -- 3.2.4 Web-Based Activities and Social Interactions -- 3.3 Other Bursty Patterns -- 3.3.1 Financial Activities -- 3.3.2 Human Mobility -- 3.3.3 Animal Behaviours -- 4 Models and Mechanisms of Bursty Behaviour -- 4.1 Models of Individual Activity -- 4.1.1 Queuing Models of Bursty Phenomena -- 4.1.2 Memory Driven Models of Bursty Phenomena -- 4.1.3 Poisson Models of Bursty Phenomena -- 4.1.4 Other Type of Models -- 4.2 Models of Link Activity -- 4.2.1 Interacting Priority Queues -- 4.2.2 Models with Combined Mechanisms -- 4.3 Network Models of Bursty Agents -- 4.3.1 Zero-Crossing Random Walk Model -- 4.3.2 Reinforcement Models of Group Formation -- 4.3.3 Evolving Networks with Interacting Priority Queues -- 4.3.4 Dynamic Networks with Memory -- 4.3.5 Activity Driven Network Models with Bursty Nodes -- 5 Dynamical Processes on Bursty Systems -- 5.1 Bursty Characteristics Controlling Dynamical Processes -- 5.1.1 Inter-event Time and Residual Time Distributions -- 5.1.2 Triggered Event Correlations.
5.1.3 Effects of Link Burstiness -- 5.1.4 Other Bursty Characters -- 5.1.5 Dominant Characters -- 5.2 Dynamical Processes on Bursty Temporal Networks -- 5.2.1 Epidemic Spreading -- 5.2.2 Random Walks -- 5.2.3 Threshold Models -- 5.2.4 Evolutionary Games -- 5.2.5 Dynamical Process Induced Bursty Behaviour -- 6 Discussion -- 6.1 Future Directions and Methodological Approaches -- 7 Erratum to: Bursty Human Dynamics -- Erratum to:M. Karsai et al., Bursty Human Dynamics, SpringerBriefs in Complexity, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-68540-3 -- References -- Index.
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Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Acronyms -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Bursty Human Dynamics -- 1.2 About This Monograph -- 2 Measures and Characterisations -- 2.1 Point Processes as Time Series with Irregular Timings -- 2.1.1 The Poisson Process -- 2.1.2 Characterisation of Temporal Heterogeneities -- 2.2 Inter-event Time, Residual Time, and Waiting Time -- 2.3 Collective Bursty Phenomena -- 2.3.1 Bursty Patterns in Egocentric Networks -- 2.3.2 Bursty Temporal Motifs -- 2.3.3 System Level Characterisation -- 2.4 Cyclic Patterns in Human Dynamics -- 2.4.1 Remark on Non-stationarity -- 3 Empirical Findings in Human Bursty Dynamics -- 3.1 Individual Activities -- 3.2 Interaction-Driven Collective Activities -- 3.2.1 Face-to-face Interactions -- 3.2.2 Mobile Phone-Based Interactions -- 3.2.3 Communication by Posted Letters and Emails -- 3.2.4 Web-Based Activities and Social Interactions -- 3.3 Other Bursty Patterns -- 3.3.1 Financial Activities -- 3.3.2 Human Mobility -- 3.3.3 Animal Behaviours -- 4 Models and Mechanisms of Bursty Behaviour -- 4.1 Models of Individual Activity -- 4.1.1 Queuing Models of Bursty Phenomena -- 4.1.2 Memory Driven Models of Bursty Phenomena -- 4.1.3 Poisson Models of Bursty Phenomena -- 4.1.4 Other Type of Models -- 4.2 Models of Link Activity -- 4.2.1 Interacting Priority Queues -- 4.2.2 Models with Combined Mechanisms -- 4.3 Network Models of Bursty Agents -- 4.3.1 Zero-Crossing Random Walk Model -- 4.3.2 Reinforcement Models of Group Formation -- 4.3.3 Evolving Networks with Interacting Priority Queues -- 4.3.4 Dynamic Networks with Memory -- 4.3.5 Activity Driven Network Models with Bursty Nodes -- 5 Dynamical Processes on Bursty Systems -- 5.1 Bursty Characteristics Controlling Dynamical Processes -- 5.1.1 Inter-event Time and Residual Time Distributions -- 5.1.2 Triggered Event Correlations.

5.1.3 Effects of Link Burstiness -- 5.1.4 Other Bursty Characters -- 5.1.5 Dominant Characters -- 5.2 Dynamical Processes on Bursty Temporal Networks -- 5.2.1 Epidemic Spreading -- 5.2.2 Random Walks -- 5.2.3 Threshold Models -- 5.2.4 Evolutionary Games -- 5.2.5 Dynamical Process Induced Bursty Behaviour -- 6 Discussion -- 6.1 Future Directions and Methodological Approaches -- 7 Erratum to: Bursty Human Dynamics -- Erratum to:M. Karsai et al., Bursty Human Dynamics, SpringerBriefs in Complexity, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-68540-3 -- References -- Index.

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