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2005

  1. Sumiyoshi Abe, Norikazu Suzuki (2005), "Scale-free statistics of time interval between successive earthquakes", Physica A, 350(2-4):588-596.
    [ abstract]

  2. David Alderson, John C. Doyle, Lun Li and Walter Willinger (2005), "Towards a theory of scale-free graphs: definition, properties, and implications", Internet Mathematics, 2(4):431-523.
    [abstract]

  3. Gordon Anderson, Ying Ge (2005), "The size distribution of Chinese cities", Regional Science and Urban Economics, 35(6):756-776.
    [ abstract]

  4. R Baeza-Yates, G Navarro (2005), "Modeling text databases", in Recent Advances in Applied Probability, eds. R Baeza-Yates, J Glaz, H Gzyl, J Husler, J Palacios (Springer).

  5. AL Barabasi (2005), "The origin of bursts and heavy tails in human dynamics", Nature, 435:207-211.
    [html]

  6. Y Chen, G Chen, S Wu (2005), "Issues and opportunities in E-business: a Simonian perspective", International Journal of E-Business Research, 1(1):37-53.

  7. D. Costantini, S. Donadio, U. Garibaldi, P. Viarengo (2005), "Herding and clustering: Ewens vs. Simon-Yule models", Physica A, 355(1):224-231.
    [ abstract]

  8. Gokhan Dalkilic, Yalcin Cebi (2005), "Zipf's law and Mandelbrot's constants for Turkish language using Turkish Corpus (TurCo)", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol 3261, pp.273-282.
    [ abstract]

  9. Leo Egghe (2005), Power laws in the information production process: Lotkaian informetrics (Elsevier Academic Press).

  10. Ramon Ferrer i Cancho (2005), "Decoding least effort and scaling in signal frequency distributions", Physica A, 347:275-284.
    [ abstract]

  11. Ramon Ferrer i Cancho (2005), "The variation of Zipf's law in human language", European Physical Journal B, 44:249-257.

  12. Ramon Ferrer i Cancho (2005), "Hidden communication aspects in the exponent of Zipf's law", Glottometrics, 11:96-117.

  13. Ramon Ferrer i Cancho (2005), "Zipf's law from a communicative phase transition", European Physical Journal B, 47:449-457.
    [ abstract]

  14. Ramon Ferrer i Cancho, R Bollobas, O Riordan (2005), "The consequences of Zipf's law for syntax and symbolic reference", Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B. Biological Sciences, 272:561-565.

  15. Ramon Ferrer i Cancho, VDP Servedio (2005), "Can simple models explain Zipf's law in all cases?", Glottometrics, 11:1-8.

  16. Jose Gaite (2005), "Zipf's law for fractal voids and a new void-finder", European Physical Journal B, 47:93-98.

  17. Janos Izsak (2005), "A pilot study on the frequency structure of histological neoplasm diagnoses in rats", Journal of Theoretical Biology, 236:427-437.

  18. KE Kechedzhi, OV Usatenko, VA Yampol'skii (2005), "Rank distributions of words in correlated symbolic systems and the Zipf law", Physical Review E, 72(4):046138.

  19. Richard Koch (2005), Living the 80/20 Way: Work Less, Worry Less, Succeed More, Enjoy More (Nicholas Brealey).
    [Pareto's principle]

  20. Atushi Ishikawa (2005), "Pareto law and Pareto index in the income distribution of Japanese companies", Physica A, 349(3-4):597-608.
    [ abstract]
    [Pareto's principle]

  21. Beom Jun Kim, Sung Min Park (2005), "Distribution of Korean family names", Physica A, 347:683-694.
    [ abstract]

  22. Tim Lu, Christine M Costello, Peter JP Croucher, Robert Hasler, Gunther Deuschl, Stefan Schreiber (2005), "Can Zipf's law be adapted to normalize microarrays?", BMC Bioinformatics, 6:37.

  23. Bill Manaris, Juan Romero, Penousal Machado, Dwight Krehbiel, Timothy Hirzel, Walter Pharr, Robert B. Davis (2005), "Zipf's Law, music classification, and aesthetics", Computer Music Journal, 29(1):55-69.
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  24. B McCowan, LR Doyle, J Jenkins, SF Hanser (2005), "The appropriate use of Zipf's law in animal communication studies", Animal Behaviour, 69:F1-F7.

  25. MEJ Newman (2005), "Power laws, Pareto distributions and Zipf's law", Contemporary Physics, 46(5):323-351.
    [ abstract]

  26. Volker Nitsch (2005), "Zipf zipped", Journal of Urban Economics, 57:86-100.
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  27. Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann, Harald Kirsch, Francisco Couto (2005), "Facts from text - is text mining ready to deliver?", PLoS Biology, 3(2):e65.
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  28. M Scherf, A Epple, T Werner (2005), "The next generation of literature analysis: Integration of genomic analysis into text mining", Briefings in Bioinformatics, 6(3):287-297.

  29. Ferdinando Semboloni, François Leyvraz (2005), "Size and resources driven migration resulting in a power-law distribution of cities", Physica A, 352(2-4):612-628.
    [ abstract]

  30. Shi Shan (2005), "On the generalized Zipf distribution. Part I", Information Processing and Management, 41(6):1369-1386.

  31. KT Soo (2005), "Zipf's law for cities: a cross country investigation", Regional Science and Urban Economics, 35(3):239-263.
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  32. Ryuji Suzuki, John R. Buck, Peter L. Tyack (2005), "The use of Zipf's law in animal communication analysis", Animal Behavior, 69(1):F9-F17.
    [ abstract]

  33. Richard Trigaux (2005), "The wealth repartition law in an altruistic society", Physica A, 348:454-464.
    [ abstract]
    [Pareto's principle]

  34. DC van Leijenhorst, Th. P. (Theo) van der Weide (2005), "A formal derivation of Heaps' Law", Information Sciences, 170(2-4):263-272.
    [Heaps' law]

  35. Dahui Wang, Menghui Li, Zengru Di (2005), "True reason for Zipf's law in language", Physica A, 358(2-4):545-550.
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  36. FP Wei, S Li, HR Ma (2005), "Distribution of words on the World-Wide Web", Chinese Physics Letters, 22(3):762-764.

  37. Ian Wright (2005), "The social architecture of capitalism", Physica A, 346:589-620.
    [ abstract]
    [Pareto's principle]

  38. DH Zanette, MA Montemurro (2005), "Dynamics of text generation with realistic Zipf's distribution", Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 12:29-40.