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Saad, David, Yeung, Chi Ho, Rodolakis, Georgios, Syrivelis, Dimitris, Koutsopoulos, Iordanis, Tassiulas, Leandros, Urbanke, Rüdiger, Giaccone, Paolo and Leonardi, Emilio
(2014).
Physics-inspired methods for networking and communications.
*IEEE Communications Magazine*, 52
(11),
pp. 144-151.

de Bacco, C., Franz, S., Saad, D. and Yeung, C.H.
(2014).
Shortest node-disjoint paths on random graphs.
*Journal of Statistical Mechanics*, 2014
(7),

Yeung, Chi Ho, Wong, K.Y. Michael and Li, Bo
(2014).
Coverage versus supply cost in facility location:physics of frustrated spin systems.
*Physical Review E*, 89
(6),

Yeung, Chi H. and Saad, David
(2013).
Self-sustained clusters and ergodicity breaking in spin models.
*Physical Review E*, 88
(3),

Yeung, Chi H., Saad, David and Wong, K.Y. Michael
(2013).
From the physics of interacting polymers to optimizing routes on the London Underground.
*Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences*, 110
(34),
pp. 13717-13722.

Yeung, Chi H. and Saad, David
(2013).
Networking - a statistical physics perspective.
*Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, 46
(10),

Lü, Linyuan, Medo, Matúš, Yeung, Chi Ho, Zhang, Yi-Cheng, Zhang, Zi-Ke and Zhou, Tao
(2012).
Recommender systems.
*Physics Reports*, 519
(1),
pp. 1-49.

Yeung, Chi and Saad, David
(2012).
Competition for shortest paths on sparse graphs.
*Physical Review Letters*, 108
(20),

Gualdi, S., Yeung, C.H. and Zhang, Y.-C.
(2011).
Tracing the evolution of physics on the backbone of citation networks.
*Physical Review E*, 84
(4),

Liu, Chuang, Yeung, Chi Ho and Zhang, Zi-Ke
(2011).
Self-organization in social tagging systems.
*Physical Review E*, 83
(6),

Wong, K.Y. Michael, Saad, David and Yeung, C.H.
(2008).
*Network optimisation - A statistical physics perspective.*
IN: Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless Networks, WiOpt 2008.
IEEE.

Wong, K. Y. Michael, Yeung, C. H. and Saad, David
(2006).
*Distributed algorithms for global optimization on sparse networks of arbitrary bandwidths.*
Working Paper.
Aston University, Birmingham.

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