Poster session

NetSci-X 2016 digital poster session

You can find the repository of posters here:
https://www.hashdoc.com/topics/110755/netsci-x-2016

(please choose among categories on the right to see all posters from a given category)

Thank you to all NetSci-X 2016 posters’ authors who sent the digital version of their poster.

PS: posters sent on Sunday January 10th or later will be added to the digital repository soon. Moreover, we will provide you with the opportunity to download the whole bundle of posters in a couple of days.


 

Dear NetSci-X Participants,

Thank you very much for submitting your work and congratulations on having it accepted as a poster.

We’d like to make you aware of a number of technical details regarding your poster presentation.

  1. Posters should be of A0 size (portrait orientation, 841x1189mm).
  1. Apart from the poster session at the conference venue, we plan to publish digital version of posters on-line and make it available to all conference participants (for future reference, allowing to easily contact the authors etc.). To this end, we’d like to receive a digital version of your poster (PDF, A0 size) until 5th January 2016. Please send it to Radosław Michalski (radoslaw.michalski@pwr.edu.pl) enclosing your submission number in the topic or body of the email. Please help us to make this part successful, and meet the deadline.
  1. We managed to have an agreement with one of the printing facilities located at the university that they will print your posters if you don’t want to carry them over the world. The details are the following:
  • The facility is called Grunwald24 – location is here: http://grunwald24.pl/lokalizacja/
  • Their phone number is the following: +48533141024
  • The company operates daily from 7:00 to 23:59, including Saturdays and Sundays
  • The poster has to be prepared as PDF file, 300 DPI
  • The poster will be printed as A0 size, on a high-quality paper 180g/m2
  • The poster file has to be sent up to 2015-01-08 23:59 CET, it will be printed within 2-3 hours after sending
  • Email address where you should send the poster is: lubie@grunwald24.pl
  • The email has to be titled “NetSci-X – poster ABC” where ABC is your submission number
  • In the body of the email please ask to print the poster as “A0 / 180g.
  • The poster has to picked up by the conference participant at their office
  • The price for printing varies from 28zł to 44zł (7-11 EUR), depending on the complexity of the poster (number of colors etc.), the maximum price is 44zł.
  • The place accepts ONLY CASH. Be prepared.
  • We as poster session organizers are not involved in the printing process. Thus, please contact them directly.
  • This company has a good reputation and offers high-quality printing.

Moreover, as soon as we’ll be able to get more details on the poster session itself, we will contact you.

In case of any questions, please contact one of the Poster Session Chairs:

Tao Jia – taojia82@gmail.com
Michael Maes – m.maes@rug.nl
Radosław Michalski – radoslaw.michalski@pwr.edu.pl

We hope that you will enjoy the poster sessions and the NetSci-X 2016 conference as a whole!

NetSci-X 2016 Poster Session Chairs

List of accepted posters:

Network theory – general

1 Grzegorz Siudem and Grzegorz Świątek. Diagonal Stationary Points of the Bethe Functional
2 Piotr Górski, Agnieszka Czaplicka and Janusz Hołyst. Coevolution in Hierarchical Adaptive Random Boolean Networks
3 Tomasz Kajdanowicz and Mikolaj Morzy. On Comparing Empirical and Theoretical Networks Using Entropy
4 Stephanie Keller-Schmidt, Murat Tugrul, Victor M. Eguiluz, Emilio Hernandez-Garcia and Konstantin Klemm. Age-dependent branching as a model of evolutionary trees
5 Baruch Barzel. Peeking into the Black Box: Reverse Engineering the Dynamics of Complex Systems
6 Stanislaw Saganowski, Piotr Bródka, Przemysław Kazienko and Tomasz Kajdanowicz. Looking Far Into the Social Groups’ Future
7 Robert Paluch, Krzysztof Suchecki and Janusz Holyst. Models of random graph hierarchies
8 Mahdi Jalili. Enhancing Pinning Controllability of Complex Networks through Link Rewiring
9 Marcin Blachnik, Karol Wawrzyniak, Marcin Jakubek and Michał Kłos. Dividing Electrical Grid into Zones Preserving Control Area Constrains
10 Josef Daňa. T-Shaped professional concept as an optimal knowledge network stabilizing team structure and project environment
11 Janusz Miśkiewicz. Network analysis of cross-correlations in econophysics.
12 Samin Aref and Mark C. Wilson. Measuring Partial Balance in Signed Networks
13 Divyesh Chandra Pisupati and Damir Vukicevic. Detecting outliers in Social Networks
14 Robert Kłopotek. Modeling bimodal social networks subject to recommendation
15 Xerxes Arsiwalla and Paul Verschure. Highly Integrated Information Near the Edge of Criticality is Universal Across Network Topologies

 

Network theory – communities

16 Jeremi Ochab. Reinventing the Triangles: Rule of Thumb for Assessing Detectability
17 Jarosław Walędziak and Krzysztof Trojanowski. Force-directed method for graph partitioning
18 Yohei Sakamoto, Yuichi Ikeda and Hideaki Aoyama. Physical model simulation reveals economic structural change.
19 Leila Hedayatifar, Forough Hassanibesheli, Amir Hossein Shirazi, Soheil Vasheghani Farahani and Gholamreza Jafari. The participation role of individuals in the emergence of pseudo-stable states in networks
20 Pascal Held and Rudolf Kruse. Online Community Detection by Using Nearest Hubs
21 Łukasz Rokita and Krzysztof Trojanowski. Louvain Method with Sorted Lists of Nodes for Network Partitioning

 

Network theory – multi-layered networks

22 Matteo Magnani and Luca Rossi. Network simplification strategies for multi-layer networks
23 Tomasz Kajdanowicz. Node Classification in Multiplex Networks using Random Walks
24 Adrian Popiel, Tomasz Kajdanowicz and Przemysław Kazienko. Local methods of collective classification in multiplex networks
25 Mieczysław Kłopotek, Slawomir T. Wierzchon and Robert Kłopotek. Network Capacity Bound for Personalized PageRank in Multimodal Networks

 

Dynamical processes on networks

26 Arkadiusz Jędrzejewski and Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron. Rethinking the person-situation approach – towards a more realistic model
27 Inia Steinbach, Jason Bassett, Thomas Isele, Vitaly Belik, Andreas Koher, Hartmut H. K. Lentz, Jörn Gethmann and Philipp Hövel. Agent-based modeling of epidemics in networks of livestock trade
28 Arkadiusz Jędrzejewski, Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron and Janusz Szwabinski. Mapping the $q$-voter model: From a single chain to complex networks
29 Jarosław Jankowski, Tomasz Kajdanowicz, Piotr Bródka, Radosław Michalski and Przemysław Kazienko. Sequential Seeding in Social Networks
30 Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron and Tomasz Weron. The size of the group matters!
31 Dariusz Krol. Measuring Information Spreading in Social Media
32 Andreas Koher, Hartmut H. K. Lentz, Philipp Hövel and Igor M. Sokolov. Infections on Temporal Networks – A Matrix-Based Approach
33 Alom Sela and Irad Ben-Gal. Message Struggle in a Multi-Opinion System
34 Anna Kowalska-Pyzalska, Katarzyna Maciejowska and Arkadiusz Jędrzejewski. Impact of word-of-mouth on social welfare: an agent-based modeling approach
35 Katarzyna Maciejowska and Anna Kowalska-Pyzalska. Optimal pricing in social networks: a perspective of the inovation diffusion process
36 Piotr Nyczka and Andrzej Jarynowski. Dynamics of marriage/divorces in changing environment
37 Janos Török, Zhongyuan Ruan and Janos Kertész. Collapse of a social network site: cascade behavior
38 Tomasz Ryczkowski, Agata Fronczak, Piotr Fronczak and Anna Chmiel. Mixed-order phase transitions in social networks: Exponential random graph approach
39 Nanxin Wei, Bo Fan and Gunnar Pruessner. Steady State of Cascade-Repair Dynamics on Random Networks
40 Andrzej Krawiecki and Tomasz Gradowski. Majority vote model on scale-free networks
41 Joanna Toruniewska, Krzysztof Suchecki and Janusz Hołyst. Co-evolution of the Potts model and topology of interactions
42 Adrianna Kozierkiewicz-Hetmańska. The analysis of quality of consensus determined for Big Data
43 Thomas Chesney. The Cascade Capacity Predicts Individuals to Seed for Diffusion through Social Networks
44 Ajitesh Srivastava, Charalampos Chelmis and Anand Panangadan. Heterogeneous Infection Rate SI model with Inter-regional Mobility
45 Shohei Usui and Fujio Toriumi. Statistical Analysis of Information Spreading on Arbitary Networks
46 Tomasz Weron and Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron. Conformity or anticonformity? – opinion dynamics in a double clique topology
47 Christine Marshall, Colm O’Riordan and James Cruickshank. Resistance to Defection in the Spatial Form of the Prisoner’s Dilemma Game on Random Geometric Graph Models
48 Bogdan Gliwa, Anna Zygmunt and Bartosz Niemczura. Comparison of nodes’ selection methods in the influence maximization problem
49 Jamil Civitarese, Fernanda Concatto and Cláudio Abreu. Psychological Determinants and Consequences of Temporal Networks

 

Data-based study on complex systems – research on publications

50 Tao Jia, Dashun Wang and Boleslaw Szymanski. Quantifying patterns in the evolution of scientific research interests
51 Vasyl Palchykov, Valerio Gemmetto, Diego Garlaschelli and Alexey Boyarsky. Discrepancies between structural network communities and external classification of physics research articles
52 Antonio Perianes-Rodriguez, Ludo Waltman and Nees Jan van Eck. Constructing bibliometric networks: A comparison of two approaches
53 Julian Sienkiewicz and Eduardo G. Altmann. Which (linguistic) factors increase the impact of scientific papers?
54 Seyedamir Tavakoli Taba, Liaquat Hossain, Sarah Lewis and Golnaz Alipour Esgandani. Longitudinal Collaboration Networks of Mammography Performance Research
55 Piotr Szymański. Predicting links between scientists in the 2nd Polish Republic based on historical co-authorship data
56 Krzysztof Lewiński, Adam Matusiak and Mikolaj Morzy. Data-driven Analysis of Scientific Social Network
57 Milos Kudelka, Jan Platos and Pavel Kromer. Author Evaluation Based on H-index and Citation Response

 

Data-based study on complex systems

58 Anna Samoilenko, Fariba Karimi, Daniel Edler, Jérôme Kunegis and Markus Strohmaier. What’s your local lingua franca? Quantifying cultural similarity through Wikipedia activity
59 Luca Pappalardo and Paolo Cintia. Network-based performance indicators for football teams
60 Forough Hassanibesheli, Leila Hedayatifar, Hadis Safdari and Gholamreza Jafari. Competition between relationships’ history and balance principle on social network dynamics
61 Mateusz Pomorski, Malgorzata Krawczyk, Krzysztof Kulakowski, Jaroslaw Kwapien and Marcel Ausloos. Inferring American regions from correlation networks of given baby names
62 Krzysztof Suchecki, Robert Paluch, Jan Choloniewski, Janusz Holyst, Flavio Fuart, Jan Rupnik, Mario Karlovcec and Marko Grobelnik. Information transfer in New York Times articles
63 Mateusz Wilinski. Complex correlation based synchronisation networks – clustering and causalities in the market
64 Irena Vodenska, Hideaki Aoyama, Yoshi Fujiwara, Hiroshi Iyetomi and Yuta Arai. Interdependencies and causalities in coupled financial networks
65 Daniel Morales and Guillermo Pineda-Villavicencio. Applications of Social Network Analysis to networks of medical providers
66 Marta Bigus and Piotr Fronczak. Mapping Polish and English WordNets Using Non-Local Topological Information
67 Marco De Nadai, Roberto Larcher, Nicu Sebe and Bruno Lepri. Investigating the relationships between spatial structures and urban characteristics
68 Tomomi Kito and Steve New. Capturing the heterogeneity and dynamics of supply relationship formations in the Japanese automobile industry
69 Adam Szanto-Varnagy, Peter Pollner and Illes Farkas. Mapping and navigating on the network of news events
70 Jerzy Surma. Social exchange in online social networks. The reciprocity phenomenon on Facebook
71 Jingyan Yu. Modelling the evolution of road networks
72 Andrzej Jarynowski, Andrzej Buda and Maciej Piasecki. Multilayer network analysis of polish Parliament 4 years before and after Smolensk crash
73 Mhd Wesam Al Nabki, Anna Bosch Rue and Josep Lluis de La Rosa. Topic Based Influencer Detection in Social Networks
74 Tymofii Brik. Studying political mobilization at the time of a conflict. A case of the “Anti-Maidan” Facebook mobilization in Ukraine.
75 Francesca Odella. Methodological and theoretical issues in longitudinal social networks: analysis example of multiple inter-organizational relations

 

 

Applications of network science

76 Gergely Tibély, David Sousa-Rodrigues, Péter Pollner and Gergely Palla. Similarity of hierarchical relationships in news portal datasets
77 Roman Bartusiak and Tomasz Kajdanowicz. Cooperation prediction based on Github developers network
78 Demet Dagdelen. Identifying spammers on Twitter
79 Raymond Ng. A Method for Assessing the Stability of Gene Network Modules in Complex Tissues and Subject Populations
80 Roman Bartusiak and Tomasz Kajdanowicz. A novel approach to words vectorization based onWordNet structure
81 Natalia Kudryashova. MOBILE APP ECOSYSTEM: MODELLING EFFECTS OF USER NETWORK
82 Antoni Sobkowicz and Wojciech Stokowiec. Steam Review Dataset – new, large scale sentiment dataset
83 Lukasz Augustyniak, Piotr Brodka, Tomasz Kajdanowicz and Przemysław Kazienko. Sentiment lexicon updates/extensions with word-2-vec approach
84 Manuel Chica Serrano, Sergio Damas Arroyo, Tomasz Kajdanowicz and Krzysztof Trawinski. Key Variable detection in System Dynamics Framework based on Multiplex
85 Paweł Kędzia, Marek Maziarz, Maciej Piasecki, Ewa Rudnicka and Stan Szpakowicz. PlWordNet 3.0 – a Large Lexical Network Compared with WordNet
86 Michał Łepek and Paweł Gąsior. The application of artificial neural networks for laser–induced breakdown spectroscopy
87 Antoni Sobkowicz and Paweł Sobkowicz. Automated sentiment analysis of political discussions: detection of temporal shifts in emotion expression
88 Gabriele Tosadori, Giovanni Scardoni, Fausto Spoto and Carlo Laudanna. Simulating Real Data Topologies with R
89 Adrian Popiel and Tomasz Kajdanowicz. MuNeG: Multiplex Network Generator
90 Michał B. Paradowski, Chih-Chun Chen and Agnieszka Cierpich. Second Language Acquisition in Study-Abroad Contexts – Insights from SNA
91 Ivan Srba and Maria Bielikova. Harnessing Specifics of Educational Community Question Answering
92 Błażej Żak, Anita Zbieg and Daniel Możdżyński. Lome.io – Online Participatory Network Mapping Platform
93 Thomas Hickey, Bethany Goldblum, James Kornell, Elie Katzenson and David Sweeney. A Network Model of Nuclear Proliferation
94 Sukrit Gupta, Rami Puzis and Konstantin Kilimnik. Comparative Network Analysis Using KronFit
95 Pavel Kromer, Petr Gajdos and Ivan Zelinka. Networks of Interactions and the Ant Colony Optimization Metaheuristic