† denotes first/co-first authorship, * denotes corresponding authorship
S. Mimar, D. Soriano-Panos, A. Kirkley, H. Barbosa, A. Sadilek, A. Arenas, J. Gomez-Gardenes, and G. Ghoshal, The impact of inter-city mobility on urban welfare. Preprint arXiv:2112.14646 (2022). Submitted to Science Advances. Paper.
J. Aguilar, A. Bassolas, G. Ghoshal, S. Hazarie, A. Kirkley, M. Mazzoli, S. Meloni, S. Mimar, V. Nicosia, J. J. Ramasco, and A. Sadilek, Impact of urban structure on infectious disease spreading. Scientific Reports 12, 3816 (2022). Paper.
G. T. Cantwell, A. Kirkley, and M. E. J. Newman, The friendship paradox in real and model networks. Journal of Complex Networks 9, cnab011 (2021). Paper.
S. Feng and A. Kirkley†,*, Integrating online and offline data for crisis management: Online geolocalized emotion, policy response, and local mobility during the COVID crisis. Scientific Reports 11, 8514 (2021). Paper. Data.
A. Kirkley†,*, Information theoretic network approach to socioeconomic correlations. Physical Review Research 2, 043212 (2020). Paper.
A. A. Klishin, A. Kirkley, D. J. Singer, and G. van Anders, Robust design from systems physics. Scientific Reports 10, 14334 (2020). Paper.
S. Feng and A. Kirkley†,*, Mixing patterns in interdisciplinary co-authorship networks at multiple scales. Scientific Reports 10, 7731 (2020). Paper.
A. Kirkley†,* and M. E. J. Newman, Balance in signed networks. Physical Review E 99, 012320 (2019). Paper.
A. Kirkley†, H. Barbosa, M. Barthelemy, and G. Ghoshal, From the betweenness centrality in street networks to structural invariants in random planar graphs. Nature Communications 9, 2501 (2018). Paper.