Reciprocity and success in academic careers

Since the 1950s, assessments of the quality and effectiveness of scientific research have increasingly rested on quantitative measures based on publication citations. Read more

A semi-parametric spatiotemporal Hawkes-type point process model with periodic background for crime data

Criminologists try to predict crime with a number of methods, such as “hot-spotting” – making maps of locations where crimes tend to occur – and epidemiological techniques based on the assumption that the local risk  of crime rises temporarily after a crime occurs. Read more

Testing Randomness in Quantum Mechanics

Monte Carlo experiments use computation and repeated random sampling to obtain numerical estimates for various natural or mathematical processes. Read more