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  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Gleeson, James P. (Oxford University Press, 2021)
    A detailed analysis of matches played in the sport of Snooker during the period 1968–2020 is used to calculate a directed and weighted dominance network based upon the corresponding results. We consider a ranking procedure ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Burke, Kevin; Burke, Mark E.; Barmish, Ross B. (IEEE Computer Society, 2020)
    For sequential betting games, Kelly’s theory, aimed at maximization of the logarithmic growth of one’s account value, involves optimization of the so-called betting fraction K. In this Letter, we extend the classical ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Burke, Mark E.; Burke, Kevin (IEEE Computer Society, 2020)
    —We present a generalization of the Simultaneous Long-Short (SLS) trading strategy described in recent control literature wherein we allow for different parameters across the short and long sides of the controller; we refer ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Oliveira, Kleber A.; Gleeson, James P.; Asllani, Malbor (American Physical Society, 2021)
    A large number of complex systems, naturally emerging in various domains, are well described by directed networks, resulting in numerous interesting features that are absent from their undirected counterparts. Among these ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Gleeson, James P.; O'Sullivan, David J.P. (Public Library of Science, 2021)
    In all competitions where results are based upon an individual’s performance the question of whether the outcome is a consequence of skill or luck arises. We explore this question through an analysis of a large dataset ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Aleta, Alberto; Moreno, Yamir; Gleeson, James P. (American Physical Society, 2020)
    The Hawkes process has garnered attention in recent years for its suitability to describe the behavior of online information cascades. Here we present a fully tractable approach to analytically describe the distribution ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Dassios, Ioannis K.; Gleeson, James P. (IOP Publishing, 2019)
    A model for the spreading of online information or ‘memes’ on multiplex networks is introduced and analyzed using branching-process methods. The model generalizes that of (Gleeson et al 2016 Phys. Rev.X) in two ways. ...

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