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2018
61. Exact combinatorial approach to finite coagulating systems through
recursive equations
  M. Łepek, P. Kukliński, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1809.07239
60. Coagulation with product kernel and arbitrary initial conditions:
Exact kinetics within the Marcus-Lushnikov framework
  A. Fronczak, M. Łepek, P. Kukliński, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1809.04172
59.Critical properties of unlimited gliding: Unexpected flocking behavior driven by the exchange of information
 M. Bigus-Kwiatkowska, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 97, 032139 (2018)
58.Exact combinatorial approach to finite coagulating systems
 A. Fronczak, A. Chmiel, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1709.05561, Phys. Rev. E 97, 022126 (2018)
57.Spatial evolution of Hindmarsh–Rose neural network with time delays
  M. Łepek, P. Fronczak
  Nonlinear Dynamics 92, 751 (2018)
2017
56.Steady state of isolated systems versus microcanonical ensemble in cell model of particle creation and annihilation
 M. Gazdzicki, M.I. Gorenstein, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, M. Mackowiak-Pawlowska
  arXiv:1704.01878, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E 26, 1750085 (2017)
55.Artificial Intelligence in Peer Review: How Can Evolutionary Computation Support Journal Editors?
 M.J. Mrowinski, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, O. Nedic, M. Ausloos
  arXiv:1712.01682, PLoS ONE 12(9): e0184711 (2017)
54.How transfer flights shape structure of the airline network
 T. Ryczkowski, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1611.08274, Scientific Reports 7(1), 563 (2017)
53.A new fast algorithm for reproducing complex networks with community structure
 M. Kowalczyk, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  arXiv:1608.08609, Physica A 482, 218-227 (2017)
52.Exact solution of the isotropic majority-vote model on complete graphs
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1608.07091, Phys. Rev. E 96, 01230 (2017)
51.Day of the week effect in paper submission/acceptance/rejection to/in/by peer review journals. II. An ARCH econometric-like modeling
 M. Ausloos, O. Nedic, A. Dekanski, M.J. Mrowinski, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  Physica A 468, 462-474 (2017)
2016
50.Mixed-order phase transition in a minimal, diffusion based spin model
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1604.04244, Phys. Rev. E 94, 012103 (2016)
49.A minimal exactly solved model with the extreme Thouless effect
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, A. Krawiecki
  arXiv:1511.03859, Phys. Rev. E 93, 012124 (2016)
48.Review times in peer review: quantitative analysis of editorial workflows
 M.J. Mrowinski, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, O. Nedic, M. Ausloos
  arXiv:1508.01134, Scientometrics 107 (1), 271-28 (2016)
47.Quantifying the quality of peer reviewers through Zipf's law
 M. Ausloos, O. Nedic, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1508.05624, Scientometrics 106 (1), 347-368 (2016)
46.Exact low-temperature series expansion for the partition function of the two-dimensional zero-field s=1/2 Ising model on the infinite square lattice
 G. Siudem, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1410.7963, Scientific Reports 6, 33523 (2016)
2015
45.Spanning trees of the World Trade Web: real-world data and the gravity model of trade
 P. Skowron, M. Karpiarz, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1412.1618, Acta Phys. Pol. A 127(3A), 123-128 (2015)
2014
44.International trade network: fractal properties and globalization puzzle
 M. Karpiarz, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  arXiv:1409.5963, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 248701 (2014)
43.Wykladnicze grafy przypadkowe: teoria, przyklady, symulacje numeryczne
 A. Fronczak
  Metody Matematyczne w Zastosowaniach (rozdz. w A. Bartlomiejczyk (red.), Centrum Zastosowan Matematyki, Politechnika Gdanska, 2014)
42.Percolation in the classical blockmodel
 M. Bujok, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  arXiv:1404.2580, Eur. Phys. J. B 87, 212 (2014)
41.Polish and English wordnets - statistical analysis of interconnected networks
 M. Bujok, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  arXiv:1404.1890, Acta Phys. Pol. B Proc. Suppl. 7, 245-256 (2014)
40.Exact expression for the number of energy states in lattice models
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  arXiv:1302.1361, Rep. Math. Phys. 73(1), pp. 1-9 (2014).
39.Exponential random graph models
 A. Fronczak
  arXiv:1210.7828, Chapter in Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining, R. Alhajj, J. Rokne (Eds.), Springer-Verlag (2014).
38.Scale-free nature of social networks
 P. Fronczak
  Chapter in Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining, R. Alhajj, J. Rokne (Eds.), Springer-Verlag (2014).
2013
37.Exponential random graph models for networks with community structure
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, M. Bujok
  arXiv:1305.4014, Phys. Rev. E 88, 032810 (2013).
36.Cluster properties of the one-dimensional lattice gas: The microscopic meaning of grand potential
 A. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 87, 022131 (2013)
2012
35.Theoretical approach and impact of correlations on the critical packet generation rate in traffic dynamics on complex networks
 P. Fronczak
  Eur. Phys. J. B 85, 351 (2012)
34.The microscopic meaning of grand potential resulting from combinatorial approach to a general system of particles
 A. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 86, 041139 (2012)
33.Statistical mechanics of the international trade network
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 85, 056113 (2012)
32.Structural Hamiltonian of the international trade network
 A. Fronczak
  Acta Phys. Pol. B 5(1), 31-46 (2012)
2010
31.Taylor's power law for fluctuation scaling in traffic
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, M. Bujok
  Acta Phys. Pol. B 3, 327 (2010)
30.Origins of Taylor's power law for fluctuation scaling in complex systems
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 81, 066112 (2010)
2009
29.Biased random walks on complex networks: the role of local navigation rules
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 80, 016107 (2009)
2008
28.Critical line in undirected Kauffman boolean networks - the role of percolation
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak
  J. Phys. A 41, 224009 (2008)
27.Kauffman Boolean model in undirected scale-free networks
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 77, 036119 (2008)
2007
26.Thermodynamic forces, flows, and Onsager coefficients in complex networks
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 76, 061106 (2007)
25.Phase transitions in social networks
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Eur. Phys. J. B 59, 133 (2007)
24.Log-periodic oscillations due to discrete effects in complex networks
 J. Sienkiewicz, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 75, 066102 (2007)
23.Analysis of scientific productivity using maximum entropy principle and fluctuation-dissipation theorem
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 75, 026103 (2007)
22.Microscopic explanation of non-Debye relaxation for heat transfer
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Physica A 375, 571 (2007)
2006
21.Self-organized criticality and coevolution of network structure and dynamics
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 74, 026121 (2006)
20.Networks with given two-point correlations: hidden correlations from degree correlations
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 74, 026121 (2006)
19.Fluctuation-dissipation relations in complex networks
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 73, 016108 (2006)
18.Ferromagnetic fluid as a model of social impact
 P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 17 (8), 1227 (2006)
2005
17.How to calculate the main characteristics of random uncorrelated networks
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  AIP Conf. Proc. 776, 52 (2005)
16.Universal dependence of distances on nodes degrees in complex networks
 J.A. Holyst, J. Sienkiewicz, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, K. Suchecki, P. Wójcicki
  AIP Conf. Proc. 776, 69 (2005)
15.Scaling of distances in correlated complex networks
 J.A. Holyst, J. Sienkiewicz, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, K. Suchecki, P. Wójcicki
  Physica A 351, 164 (2005)
14.Universal scaling of distances in complex networks
 J.A. Holyst, J. Sienkiewicz, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, K. Suchecki
  Phys. Rev. E 72, 026108 (2005)
2004
13.Average path length in random networks
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 70, 056110 (2004)
12.Supremacy distribution in evolving networks
 J.A. Holyst, A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak
  Phys. Rev. E 70, 046119 (2004)
2003
11.Mean-field theory for clustering coefficients in Barabasi-Albert networks
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 68, 046112 (2003)
2002
10.Higher order clustering coefficients in Barabasi-Albert networks
 A. Aleksiejuk, J.A. Holyst, D. Stauffer
  Physica A 316, 688 (2002)
9.Ferromagnetic Phase Transition in Barabasi-Albert Networks
 A. Fronczak, P. Fronczak, J.A. Holyst
  Physica A 310, 260 (2002)
8.Microscopic model for the logarithmic size effect on the Curie point in Barabasi-Albert networks
 A. Aleksiejuk
  Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 13 (3) pp. 1415-1418 (2002)
7.Self-organized criticality in a model of collective bank bankruptcies
 A. Aleksiejuk, J.A. Holyst, G. Kossinets
  Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 13 (3), pp. 333-341 (2002)
6.Control of chaotic solitons by a time-delayed feedback mechanism
 P. Fronczak, J. A. Holyst
  Phys. Rev. E 65, 26219 (2002)
5.Transitions to chaos and chaos synchronization for solitons in the presence of spatially inhomogeneous forces
 P. Fronczak, J. A. Holyst
  Acta Phys. Polonica A 101, 465 (2002)
2000
4.A simple model of bank bankruptcies
 A. Aleksiejuk, J.A. Holyst
  Physica A 299, 198 (2000)
3.Studies of silver-vanadate-phosphate glasses by Raman, EPR and impedance spectroscopy methods
 J.E. Garbarczyk, P. Machowski, M. Wasiucionek, L. Tykarski, R. Bacewicz, A. Aleksiejuk
  Solid State Ionics 136, 1077 (2000)
2.Influence of stable floquet exponents on time-delayed feedback control
 W. Just, E. Reibold, K. Kacperski, P. Fronczak, J. A. Holyst, H. Benner
  Phys. Rev. E 61, 5045 (2000)
1999
1.Limits of time delayed feedback control methods
 W. Just, E. Reibold, H. Benner, K. Kacperski, P. Fronczak, J. A. Holyst
  Phys. Lett. A 254, 158 (1999)