LADA ADAMIC's RESEARCH
I'm currently at HP Labs.
Previously I was an Applied
Physics graduate student at Stanford,
research in the Internet
Ecologies group at Xerox
Literature Based Method for Identifying Gene-Disease Connections
CSB2002, (with D M Wilkinson, B A
Huberman and E Adar)
Search in Unstructured Networks (with R M Lukose and B A
Huberman) Review chapter to appear in: 'Handbook of Graphs and Networks:
From the Genome to
S. Bornholdt and H.G. Schuster (eds.), Wiley-VCH, Berlin, 2002. PPT presentation for the XVIII Sitges Conference
Network Dynamics: The World Wide Web, my PhD thesis, 85Mb PDF, prints in duplex (2001)
Search in power-law
networks, Phys. Rev. E 64, 046135 (2001)
(with R. M. Lukose, A. R. Puniyani, and B. A. Huberman).
Presentation for the
O'Reilly P2P conference, Nov. 5-8, 2001 PPT
The Web's Hidden Order
(with B. A. Huberman, 2001).
Communications of the ACM, Vol. 44, No. 9 (September 2001)
Friends and Neighbors on the Web (with E. Adar, 2000)
Power-laws, and Pareto - a ranking tutorial (2000).
The Nature of Markets in the World Wide Web
(with B. A. Huberman),
QJEC Vol 1 No 1, 2000, pp.
The Small World Web,
Evolutionary Dynamics of the Web
(with B.A. Huberman),
also as scientific correspondence
in the Sept. 9,
1999 issue of Nature.
|While at Caltech I helped design a solar wind
which is part of the Genesis mission launched
|Data mining just for fun (movies, etc)|