Reciprocity of mobile phone calls

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Kovanen, Lauri; Saramaki, Jari; Kaski, Kimmo;
  • Subject: Physics - Physics and Society

We present a study of the reciprocity of human behaviour based on mobile phone usage records. The underlying question is whether human relationships are mutual, in the sense that both are equally active in keeping up the relationship, or is it on the contrary typical th... View more
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