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1998

  1. Linda Alexander, Roger Johnson, John Weiss (1998), "Exploring Zipf's law", Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 17(4):155-158.
    [ abstract]

  2. Malcolm W Browne (1998), "Following Benford's Law, or Looking Out for No. 1", New York Times, Aug 4, 1998.
    [Benford's law]

  3. JP Bouchaud, Sornette, C Walter, JP Aguilar (1998), "Taming large events: optimal portfolio theory for strongly fluctuating assets", International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, 1:25-41.

  4. Edleno Silva de Moura, Gonzalo Navarro, Nivio Ziviani, Ricardo Baeza-Yates (1998), "Fast searching on compressed text allowing errors", Proceedings of the 21st Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, pp.298-306 (ACM Press).

  5. JD Eldredge (1998), "The vital few meet the trivial many: unexpected use patterns in a monographs collection", Bull Med Libr Assoc, 86(4):496-503.
    [Pareto's principle]

  6. M Gerstein, H Hegyi (1998), "Comparing genomes in terms of protein structure: surveys of a finite parts list", FEMS Microbiol Review, 22(4):277-304.

  7. TP Hill (1998), "The first digital phenomenon", American Scientist, 86(4):358-363.
    [Benford's law]

  8. M Harchol-Balter, ME Crovella, CD Murta (1998), "On choosing a task assignment policy for a distributed server system," in Proceedings of Performance Tools '98, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol 1469, pp. 231-242.

  9. BA Huberman, PLT Pirollo, JE Pitkow, RM Lukose (1998), "Strong regularities in world wide web surfing", Science, 280:95-97.

  10. Richard Koch (1998) The 80/20 Principle: The Secret of Achieving More with Less (Nicholas Brealey).
    [Pareto's principle]

  11. S Krakover (1998), "Testing the turning-point hypothesis in city-size distribution: the Israeli situation re-examined", Urban Studies, 35:2183-2196.

  12. Jean Laherrere, D Sornette (1998), "Stretched exponential distributions in Nature and Economy: 'Fat tails' with characteristic scales", European Physical Journal B, 2:525-539.

  13. Wentian Li (1998), "Comments on 'Zipf's law and the structures and evolution of natural languages' " (letters to the editor), Complexity, 3:9-10.

  14. SC Manrubia, --> DH Zanette (1998), "Intermittency model for urban development", Physical Review E, 58:295-302.

  15. R Rousseau (1998), "George Kingsley Zipf: life, ideas and recent developments of his theories", preprint (talk presented at the Beijing International Seminar of Quantitative Evaluation of R&D in Universities, and Fifth All-China Annual Meeting for Scientometrics and Informatics. Dec 4-6, 1998).

  16. BK Sen, Khong Wye Keen, Lee Soo Hoon, Lim Bee Ling, Mohd Rafae Abdullah, Ting Chang Nguan, Wee Siu Hiang (1998), "Zipf's law and writings on LIS", Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 3(2):93-98.

  17. D Sornette, D Zajdenweber (1998), "Economic returns of research: the Pareto law and its implications", European Physical Journal B, 8:653-664.
    [Pareto's principle]

  18. ME Crovella, Murad S Taqqu, Azer Bestavros (1998), "Heavy-tailed probability distributions in the world wide web", in A Practical Guide To Heavy Tails, eds RJ Adler, RE Feldman, MS Taqqu, Chapter 1, 3-26 (Chapman & Hall)

  19. G Troll, P beim Graben (1998), "Zipf's law is not a consequence of the central limit theorem", Physical Review E, 57(2):1347-1355.

  20. J Tuldava (1998), Probleme und Methoden der quantitativ-systemischen Lexikologie, (Trier: WVT).