Vittorio Loreto


Titolo Pubblicato in Anno
Urban Economic Fitness and Complexity from Patent Data SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2023
Heterogeneity and segregation of mobility patterns Handbook on Entropy, Complexity and Spatial Dynamics 2021
Unsupervised inference approach to facial attractiveness PEERJ 2020
Efficient team structures in an open-ended cooperative creativity experiment PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2019
Subjectivity and complexity of facial attractiveness SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2019
General scores for accessibility and inequality measures in urban areas ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE 2019
Zipf's, Heaps' and Taylor's laws are determined by the expansion into the adjacent possible ENTROPY 2018
Data-compression approach to authorship attribution Proceeding of the Workshop "Drawing Elena Ferrante's Profile", Padova University Press 2018
Search strategies of Wikipedia readers PLOS ONE 2017
Waves of novelties in the expansion into the adjacent possible PLOS ONE 2017
Maximum entropy models capture melodic styles SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2017
Significance and popularity in music production ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE 2017
Exploring the evolution of pathogens organised in discrete antigenic clusters JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS: THEORY AND EXPERIMENT 2016
On the Emergence of Syntactic Structures: Quantifying and Modeling Duality of Patterning TOPICS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE 2016
The regularity game: Investigating linguistic rule dynamics in a population of interacting agents COGNITION 2016
Unveiling political opinion structures with a web-experiment COMPLEXIS 2016 - Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Complex Information Systems 2016
Dynamics on Expanding Spaces: Modeling the Emergence of Novelties Creativity and Universality in Language 2016
Local Optimization Strategies in Urban Vehicular Mobility PLOS ONE 2015
Individual biases, cultural evolution, and the statistical nature of language universals: the case of colour naming systems PLOS ONE 2015
Modeling the emergence of contact languages PLOS ONE 2015

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