For the complete list of publications please visit my Google Scholar.

  • Fariba Karimi, Mathieu Génois, Claudia Wagner, Philipp Singer and Markus Strohmaier. Homophily influences ranking of minorities in social networks. Scientific Reports 8 (2018). Link
  • Jun Sun, Steffen Staab, Fariba Karimi. Decay of Relevance in Exponentially Growing Networks. WebSci’18. Link
  • Fariba Karimi, Philipp Mayr, and Fakhri Momeni. “Analyzing the network structure and gender differences among the members of the Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) community.” International Journal on Digital Libraries (2018). Link
  • Lisette Espín-Noboa, Claudia Wagner, Fariba Karimi, and Kristina Lerman. “Towards Quantifying Sampling Bias in Network Inference.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.02422 (2018). Link
  • Claudia Wagner, Olga Zagovora, Tatiana Sennikova, Fariba Karimi. Collective Attention towards Scientists and Research Topics. WebSci’18. Link
  • Mohsen Jadidi, Fariba Karimi, Haiko Lietz, and Claudia Wagner. “Gender Disparities in Science? Dropout, Productivity, Collaborations and Success of Male and Female Computer Scientists.” Advances in Complex Systems (2017): 1750011. Link
  • Lee, Eun*, Fariba Karimi*, Hang-Hyun Jo, Markus Strohmaier, and Claudia Wagner. “Homophily explains perception biases in social networks.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1710.08601 (2017).Link
  • Jérôme Kunegis, Fariba Karimi, and Sun Jun. “The problem of action at a distance in networks and the emergence of preferential attachment from triadic closure.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science 2 (2017). Link.
  • Claudia Wagner, Philipp Singer, Fariba Karimi, Jürgen Pfeffer and Markus Strohmaier. Sampling from social networks with attributes. WWW (2017). Link
  • Fariba Karimi, Claudia Wagner, Florian Lemmerich, Mohsen Jadidi and Markus Strohmaier. Inferring gender from names on the web: A comparative evaluation of gender detection methods. WWW (2016). Link
  • Ann Samoilenko, Fariba Karimi, Daniel Edler, Jerome Kunegis and Markus Strohmaier. Linguistic neighbourhoods: explaining cultural borders on Wikipedia through multilingual co-editing activity. EPJ Data Science (2016). Link
  • Fariba karimi, Ludvig Bohlin, Ann Samoilenko, Martin Rosvall and Andrea Lancichinetti. Mapping bilateral information interests using the activity of Wikipedia editors. Palgrave Communications (2015). Link
  • Anna Sircova, Fariba Karimi, Evgeny Osin,  Sungmin Lee, Petter Holme, Daniel Strömbom, Simulating irrational human behavior to prevent resource depletion. PloS One (2015) Link
  • Doctoral thesis, Umeå University (2015) Link
  • Fariba Karimi, Veronica C. Ramenzoni and Petter Holme, Structural differences between open and direct communication in an online community. Physica A (2014). Link
  • Fariba Karimi and Petter Holme, Threshold model of cascades in empirical temporal networks: Physica A (2013). Link
  • Fariba Karimi and Petter Holme, A temporal network version of Watts’s cascade model, 315-329 (Springer, Berlin, 2013). Link
  • Fariba Karimi and Matthias Raddant, Cascades in real interbank markets: Computational Economics (2014). Link
  • Master thesis: Structural difference between public and private communication in an online community, Lund University 2010. Link
  • Master thesis: Study of classical charged particles in the presence of gravitational fields, Shahid Beheshti University 2007 (PDF in Farsi)

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