Prof. Dr. Dr.

Frank Schweitzer

Professor

Frank's most recent publications

The downside of heterogeneity: How established relations counteract systemic adaptivity in tasks assignments

ArXiv (submitted for publication) - 2021

Giona Casiraghi, Christian Zingg and Frank Schweitzer

Social nucleation: Group formation as a phase transition

ArXiv (submitted for publication) - 2021

Frank Schweitzer and Georges Andres

Why Online does not Equal Offline: Comparing Online and Real-World Political Support Among Politicians.

socarxiv - 2021

Laurence Brandenberger, Giona Casiraghi, Georges Andres, Simon Schweighofer and Frank Schweitzer

Reproducing scientists' mobility: a data-driven model

Scientific Reports - 2021

Giacomo Vaccario, Luca Verginer and Frank Schweitzer

A new theory of social roles in networks

socarxiv - 2021

Ramona Roller and Frank Schweitzer

The ambiguous role of social influence on the wisdom of crowds: An analytic approach

Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications - 2021

Pavlin Mavrodiev and Frank Schweitzer

Social percolation revisited: From 2d lattices to adaptive network

Physica A - 2021

Frank Schweitzer

Should the government reward cooperation? Insights from an agent-based model of wealth redistribution

Advances in Complex Systems - 2021

Frank Schweitzer, Luca Verginer and Giacomo Vaccario

Quantifying the importance of firms by means of reputation and network control

Frontiers in Big Data - 2021

Yan Zhang and Frank Schweitzer

Quantifying individual influence in leading-following behavior of Bechstein's bats

Scientific Reports - 2021

Pavlin Mavrodiev, Daniela Fleischmann, Gerald Kerth and Frank Schweitzer

Fragile, Yet Resilient: Adaptive Decline in a Collaboration Network of Firms

Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics - 2021

Frank Schweitzer, Giona Casiraghi, Mario V. Tomasello and David Garcia

Enhanced or distorted wisdom of crowds? An agent-based model of opinion formation under social influence

Swarm Intelligence - 2021

Pavlin Mavrodiev and Frank Schweitzer

Analysing time-stamped co-editing networks in software development teams using git2net

Empirical Software Engineering - 2021

Christoph Gote, Ingo Scholtes and Frank Schweitzer

Citations Driven by Social Connections? A Multi-Layer Representation of Coauthorship Networks

Quantitative Science Studies - 2020

Christian Zingg, Vahan Nanumyan and Frank Schweitzer

Multilayer network approach to modeling authorship influence on citation dynamics in physics journals

Physical Review E - 2020

Vahan Nanumyan, Christoph Gote and Frank Schweitzer

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