Subject: Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Physics - Physics and Society
Mobile phone usage provides a wealth of information, which can be used to better understand the demographic structure of a population. In this paper we focus on the population of Mexican mobile phone users. Our first contribution is an observational study of mobile phon... View more
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