Books

  • Morphogenesis of Spatial Networks

          M. Barthelemy
          Springer 2018

 

  • The Structure and Dynamics of Cities

          M. Barthelemy
          Cambridge University Press (December 2016)

Amazon
 

  • Dynamical processes on Complex Networks

          A. Barrat, M. Barthelemy, A. Vespignani
          Cambridge University Press (2008)

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Articles in refereed journals

All my papers are available on Google Scholar page here

You will find below my papers published these last years on the topics of spatial networks and/or cities and mobility

2019

 

Tomography of Scaling
          M. Barthelemy

          J. R. Soc. Interface 16: 20190602 (2019)
          arXiv:1908.11549

Modeling Cities
          M. Barthelemy
         Comptes Rendus Physique 2019
          arxiv:1906.12342

The shape of shortest paths in random spatial networks
          A. Kartun-Giles, M. Barthelemy, C.P. Dettmann
          Phys. Rev. E 100, 032315 (2019)
          arXiv:1906.04314

The statistical physics of cities
          M. Barthelemy
          Nature Reviews Physics 2019
          arXiv:1905:01953

The optimal geometry of transportation networks
          D. Aldous, M. Barthelemy
          Phys. Rev. E 99, 052303
          arXiv:1902.08786

Efficiency and shrinking in evolving networks
          A. Bottinelli, M. Gherardi, M. Barthelemy
         J. R. Soc. Interface 16:20190101 (2019).
          arXiv:1902.06063

Critical factors for mitigating car traffic in cities
          V. Verbavatz and M. Barthelemy
​          PLoS ONE 14(7): e0219559 (2019)
          arXiv:1901.01386

2018

 

Transitions in spatial networks
          M. Barthelemy
          Comptes Rendus Physique 2018 Volume 19, Pages 205-232
          arXiv:1810.08764

Towards a classification of planar maps
          A. Diet and M. Barthelemy
          Phys. Rev. E 98, 062304 (2018)
          arXiv:1809.08148

Spatial distribution of the population density in cities
          V. Volpati and M. Barthelemy
          arXiv:1804.00855

From global scaling to the dynamics of individual cities
          J. Depersin and M. Barthelemy
          PNAS March 6, 2018. 115 (10) 2317-2322
          arXiv:1710.09559

Human mobility: models and applications
          H. Barbosa-Filho, M. Barthelemy, G. Ghoshal, C.R. James, M. Lenormand,            T. Louail, R. Menezes, J.J. Ramasco, F. Simini, M. Tomasini
          Physics Reports 734, 1-74 (2018)
          arXiv:1710.00004

​From the betweenness centrality in street networks to structural invariants in random planar graphs
          A. Kirkley, H. Barbosa, M. Barthelemy, G. Ghoshal
          Nature Communications, 9(1), 2501 (2018)
          arXiv:1709.05718

 

2017

 

The coalescing colony model: mean-field, scaling, and geometry
          G. Carra, K. Mallick, M. Barthelemy
          Physical Review E 96, 062316 (2017)
          arXiv:1709.08628

Tracking random walks
          R. Gallotti, R. Louf, J.-M. Luck, M. Barthelemy
          Journal of the Royal Society Interface 2018 15 20170776
          arXiv:1704.00480

​Central loops in random planar graphs
          B. Lion, M. Barthelemy
          Physical Review E 95:042310 (2017)
          arXiv:1611.03232

2016

 

The fundamental diagram of urbanization
          G. Carra, M. Barthelemy
          Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 46(4), 690–            706 (2019)
          arXiv:1609.06982

Is spatial information in ICT data reliable ?
          M. Lenormand, T. Louail, M. Barthelemy, JJ. Ramasco

          Proceedings of the 2016 Spatial Accuracy Conference, p 9-17,

          Montpellier, France
          arXiv:1609.03375

A stochastic model of randomly accelerated walkers for human mobility
          R. Gallotti, A. Bazzani, S. Rambaldi, M. Barthelemy
          Nature Communications 7, Article number: 12600 (2016)

          arXiv:1509.03752

A global take on congestion in urban areas
          M. Barthelemy
          Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43:800-804 (2016)
          arXiv:1604.03904

Patterns of residential segregation
          R. Louf, M. Barthelemy
          PLoS ONE 11(6): e0157476 (2016)
          arXiv:1511.04268

Modeling the relation between income and commuting distance
          G. Carra, I. Mulalic, M. Fosgerau, M. Barthelemy
          J. R. Soc. Interface 2016 13 20160306 (2016)
          arXiv:1602.01578

Lost in transportation: Information measures and cognitive limits in multilayer navigation
         R. Gallotti, MA Porter, M. Barthelemy
         Science Advances  Vol. 2, no. 2, e1500445 (2016)

         arXiv:1506.01978

2015

 

How transportation hierarchy shapes human mobility
          R. Gallotti, A. Bazzani, S. Rambaldi, M. Barthelemy
          arXiv:1509.03752

Roads and cities of 18th century France
          J Perret, M. Gribaudi, M. Barthelemy
          Scientific Data 2, Article number: 150048 (2015) 

          arXiv:1509.09055

Comparing and modeling land use organization in cities
         M. Lenormand, M. Picornell, OG Cantu, T. Louail, R. Herranz, M.                             
Barthelemy, E. Frias-Martinez, M. San Miguel, JJ Ramasco
         Royal Society Open Science 2, 150449 (2015)
         arXiv:1503.06152

Multiplex networks in metropolitan areas: generic features and local effects
          E. Strano, S. Shai, S. Dobson, M. Barthelemy
          J. R. Soc. Interface 2015 12 20150651
          arXiv:1508.07265

Influence of sociodemographic characteristics on human mobility
          M. Lenormand, T. Louail, O. Garcia Cantu-Ros, M. Picornell, R. Herranz,                J.M. Arias, M. Barthelemy, M. San Miguel, J.J. Ramasco 
          Scientific Reports, 5:10075 (2015)

Uncovering the spatial structure of mobility networks
          T. Louail, M. Lenormand, M. Picornell, O. Garcia Cantu, R. Herranz, E.                    Frias-Martinez, J.J. Ramasco, M. Barthelemy
          Nature Communications 6:6007 (2015)
          arXiv:1501.05269

The multilayer temporal network of public transport in Great Britain
          Riccardo Gallotti, Marc Barthelemy
          Scientific Data, 2: 140056 (2015)

            arXiv:1501.02159


From paths to blocks: new measures for street patterns
          Marc Barthelemy
          Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science

          44(2), 256–271 (2017)

2014

 

Anatomy and efficiency of urban multimodal mobility
          Riccardo Gallotti, Marc Barthelemy
          Scientific Reports, 4: 6911 (2014)

          arXiv:1411.1274

Scaling: Lost in the smog
          Rémi Louf, Marc Barthelemy
          Env. Plan. B 41(5) 767 – 769 

          arXiv:1410.4964

A typology of street patterns
          Rémi Louf, Marc Barthelemy
          Royal Society Interface 11(101):20140924 (2014)
          arXiv:1410.2094

Cross-checking different sources of mobility information
          M. Lenormand, M. Picornell, O.G. Cantu-Ros, A. Tugores, T. Louail, R.     

          Herranz, M. Barthelemy, E. Frias-Martinez, J.J. Ramasco          
          PLoS One 9(8):e105184 (2014)
          arXiv:1404.0333

Scaling in transportation networks
          Rémi Louf, Camille Roth, Marc Barthelemy
          PLoS One 9(7):e102007 (2014)
          arXiv:1407.3915

How congestion shapes cities: from mobility patterns to scaling
          Rémi Louf, Marc Barthelemy
          Scientific Reports 4:5561 (2014)
          arXiv:1401.8200

From mobile phone data to the spatial structure of cities         
          Thomas Louail, Maxime Lenormand, Oliva García Cantú,
Miguel    

Picornell, Ricardo Herranz, Enrique Frias-Martinez, José J. Ramasco, 

Marc Barthelemy

Scientific Reports 4:5276 (2014)

arXiv:1401.4540

 

2013

 

The simplicity of planar networks
          MP Viana, E. Strano, P. Bordin, M. Barthelemy
          Scientific Reports 3:3495 (2013)

          arXiv:1312.3788

 Non-linear growth and condensation in multiplex networks
         Vincenzo Nicosia, Ginestra Bianconi, Vito Latora, Marc Barthelemy
         Phys. Rev. E 90, 042807 (2014)
         arXiv:1312.3683 

Modeling the polycentric transition of cities

         R. Louf and M. Barthelemy  

         Physical Review Letters, 111:198702 (2013)

         arXiv.1309.3961


Self-organization versus top-down planning in the evolution of a city
         M. Barthelemy, P. Bordin, H. Berestycki, M. Gribaudi
         Nature Scientific Reports 3:2153 (2013)

         arXiv:1307.2203

Emergence of hierarchy in cost-driven growth of Spatial networks
         R. Louf, P. Jensen, M. Barthelemy
         Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. (USA), 110(22):8824-8829 (2013)
         arXiv:1305.3282

Multilayer Networks
        Mikko Kivelä, Alexandre Arenas, Marc Barthelemy, James P. Gleeson, Yamir           

        Moreno, Mason A. Porter
        J. Complex Netw. 2(3): 203-271 (2014)
        arXiv:1309.7233

Interdependent networks: the fragility of control
         Richard G. Morris, Marc Barthelemy
         Scientific Reports 3:2764 (2013)
         arXiv:1309.6972

Growing multiplex networks
         V. Nicosia, G. Bianconi, V. Latora, M. Barthelemy
         Physical Review Letters, 111:058701 (2013)
         arXiv:1302.7126

before 2012

 

Transport on coupled spatial networks
       Richard Morris, Marc Barthelemy
       Physical Review Letters 109:128703 (2012)
       arXiv:1205.2776

A long-time limit of world subway networks
       Camille Roth, Soong Moon Kang, Michael Batty, Marc Barthelemy
       Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 9:2540-2550 (2012)
       arXiv:1105.5294

Elementary processes governing the evolution of road networks
       E. Strano, V. Nicosia, V. Latora, S. Porta, M. Barthelemy
       Scientific Reports 2:296 (2012)

       arXiv:1203.0300

Spatial correlations in attribute communities [pdf]
       Federica Cerina, Vincenzo De Leo, Marc Barthelemy, Alessandro Chessa
       PLoS ONE 7(5): e37507 (2012)

Spatial Networks
       Marc Barthelemy
       Physics Reports 499:1-101 (2011)

       arXiv:1010.0302

 Structure of urban movements: polycentric activity and entangled hierarchical flows
       Camille Roth, Soong Moon Kang, Michael Batty, Marc Barthelemy           
       PLoS One 6(1):e15923 (2011)

       arXiv:1001.4915

Co-evolution of density and topology in a simple model of city formation [pdf]
       Marc Barthelemy, Alessandro Flammini
       Networks and Spatial Economics, vol 9:401-425 (2009)

      arXiv:0810.1376

Modeling urban street patterns
       Marc Barthelemy, Alessandro Flammini
       Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 138702 (2008)

       arXiv:0708.4360

The structure of Inter-Urban traffic: A weighted network analysis
       A. De Montis, M. Barthelemy, A. Chessa, A. Vespignani        
       Environment and Planning: B, 34:905-924 (2007)

       arXiv:0507106

Optimal Traffic Networks
       M. Barthelemy, A. Flammini       
       J. Stat. Mech. (2006) L07002

       arXiv:0601203

Betweenness Centrality in Large Complex Networks

        M. Barthelemy

        Eur. Phys. Jour. B, vol 38, 163 (2004)

        arXiv:0309436

Connectivity Distribution of Spatial Networks
       C. Herrmann, M Barthelemy, P. Provero
       Phys. Rev. E 68 (2003) 026128

       arXiv:0302544

Crossover from Scale-Free to Spatial Networks
       M. Barthelemy
       Europhys. Lett. 63 (6) pp.915-921 (2003)

       arXiv:0212086

Spatial Structure of the Internet Traffic
       M. Barthelemy, B. Gondran, E. Guichard
       Physica A 319 (2003) 633-642

      arXiv:0208553