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  • Gleeson, James P. (American Physical Society, 2009)
    Analytical results are derived for the bond percolation threshold and the size of the giant connected component in a class of random networks with nonzero clustering. The network's degree distribution and clustering spectrum ...
  • Hackett, Adam W.; Gleeson, James P. (American Physical Society, 2013)
    We present an analytical approach to determining the expected cascade size in a broad range of dynamical models on the class of highly clustered random graphs introduced by Gleeson [J. P. Gleeson, Phys. Rev. E 80, 036107 ...
  • Elsaidi, Sameh K.; Mohamed, Mona H.; Simon, Cory M.; Braun, Efrem; Pham, Tony; Forrest, Katherine A.; Xu, Wenqian; Banerjee, Debasis; Space, Brian; Zaworotko, Michael J.; Thallapally, Praveen K. (Royal Society Of Chemistry, 2017)
    Dynamic and flexible metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) that respond to external stimuli, such as stress, light, heat, and the presence of guest molecules, hold promise for applications in chemical sensing, drug delivery, gas ...
  • Hava, Adriana; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro; Murphy, John (IEEE Computer Society, 2016)
    The continuous growth in user demand for highquality rich media services puts pressure on Wireless Mesh Network (WMN) resources. Solutions such as those which increase the capacity of the mesh network by equipping mesh ...
  • Starnini, Michele; Gleeson, James P.; Boguna, Marián (American Physical Society, 2017)
    A general formalism is introduced to allow the steady state of non-Markovian processes on networks to be reduced to equivalent Markovian processes on the same substrates. The example of an epidemic spreading process is ...
  • Lynch, Nicola (University of Limerick, 2010)
    Business networks are used by firms as a tool for organising interdependent business activities, where such networks are defined as a cooperative arrangement between independent business organisations that can vary from ...
  • O’Sullivan, David J. P.; Garduño-Hernández, Guillermo; Gleeson, James P.; Beguerisse-Díaz, Mariano (The Royal Society, 2017)
    We examine the relationship between social structure and sentiment through the analysis of a large collection of tweets about the Irish Marriage Referendum of 2015. We obtain the sentiment of every tweet with the hashtags ...
  • Gray, Breda (Irish American Cultural Institute, 2012)
    The status of Irish sovereignty is perhaps more in question now than at any other time since the foundation of the state following the recent financial crisis and subsequent European Union/European Central Bank/International ...
  • McDonnell, Anthony; Gunnigle, Patrick; Lavelle, Jonathan (Wiley and Sons, 2010)
    This article addresses the extent to which multinational companies (MNCs) in Ireland deploy practices aimed at the transfer of learning in their operations and the factors explaining inter-organisation variation in so ...
  • Melnik, Sergey; Ward, Jonathan A; Gleeson, James P.; Porter, Mason A (American Institute of Physics, 2013)
    The spread of ideas across a social network can be studied using complex contagion models, in which agents are activated by contact with multiple activated neighbors. The investigation of complex contagions can provide ...
  • Fennell, Peter G (University of Limerick, 2015)
    Networks are everywhere. From social networks to ecological networks, transportation networks to the World Wide Web, the existence of groups of units that are interconnected in some manner is ubiquitous in our modern-day ...
  • Tal, Irina; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
    Information provided in real-time via Vehicular Adhoc Networks is of great value in any kind of traffic systems. Bandwidth issues arise in this type of networks due to the potential large number of nodes. Data aggregation ...
  • Shannon, Ross; Williamson, Graham; Quigley, Aaron; Nixon, Paddy (2007)
    Ubiquitous computing systems which include wireless devices in their networks rely on sometimes frag- ile ah-hoc communication channels between heteroge- neous devices to operate. To maintain stability and ro- bustness, ...