Publications

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Book Chapters

An Analysis of Anonymity in the Bitcoin System, Fergal Reid and Martin Harrigan, Security and Privacy in Social Networks, Springer, pp. 197–223, 2012 (DOI).

Journal Papers

Characterizing Ego-Networks using Motifs, Pádraig Cunningham and Martin Harrigan and Guangyu Wu and Derek O'Callaghan, Network Science, 1(2), pp. 170–190, 2013 (DOI).

Using a Significant Spanning Tree to Draw a Directed Graph, Martin Harrigan and Patrick Healy, Journal of Graph Algorithms and Applications (JGAA) (Special Issue on Selected Papers from APVIS'07), 12(3), pp. 293–317, 2008 (Link).

Conference Papers

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Address Clustering, Martin Harrigan and Christoph Fretter, The 13th IEEE International Conference on Advanced and Trusted Computing (ATC'16), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 368–373, 2016 (arXiv, DOI).

Network Analysis of Recurring YouTube Spam Campaigns, Derek O'Callaghan and Martin Harrigan and Joe Carthy and Pádraig Cunningham, The 6th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM'12), The AAAI Press, pp. 531–534, 2012 (arXiv, Link).

EgoNav: Exploring Networks through Egocentric Spatializations, Martin Harrigan and Daniel Archambault and Pádraig Cunningham and Neil Hurley, The International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI'12), ACM Press, ACM, pp. 563–570, 2012 (DOI).

A Characterization of Regions of Wikipedia Based on Motifs in the Edit Graph, Guangyu Wu and Martin Harrigan and Pádraig Cunningham, The 22nd Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS'11), pp. 166–173, 2011.

k-Level Crossing Minimization is NP-Hard for Trees, Martin Harrigan and Patrick Healy, The 5th Workshop on Algorithms and Computation (WALCOM'11), Springer, pp. 70–76, 2011 (DOI).

Using Vector Clocks to Visualize Communication Flow, Martin Harrigan, The 2nd International Conference on Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM'10), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 241–247, 2010 (DOI).

What Do Academic Users Really Want from an Adaptive Learning System?, Martin Harrigan and Milos Kravcik and and Christina Steiner and Vincent Wade, The 17th International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization (UMAP'09), Springer, pp. 454–460, 2009 (DOI).

Practical Level Planarity Testing and Layout with Embedding Constraints, Martin Harrigan and Patrick Healy, The 15th International Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD'07), Springer, pp. 62–68, 2008 (DOI).

Efficiently Drawing a Significant Spanning Tree of a Directed Graph, Martin Harrigan and Patrick Healy, The 6th Asia-Pacific Symposium on Visualization (APVIS'07), IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee (VGTC), pp. 35–42, 2007 (DOI).

Workshop Papers

Airdrops and Privacy: A Case Study in Cross-Blockchain Analysis, Martin Harrigan and Lei Shi and Jacob Illum, The 1st Workshop on Blockchain and Sharing Economy Applications (BlockSEA'18) at the 18th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM'18), to appear (arXiv).

Reports on the Workshops held at the Sixth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Daniel Archambault and Ruben Bouwmeester and Cosmin Cabulea and Elizabeth M. Daly and Giusy Di Lorenzo, and Maarten de Rijke and Martin Harrigan and Eser Kandog and Michael Muller and Mor Naaman and Daniele Quercia and Damiano Spina and Markus Strohmaier and Arkaitz Zubiaga, AI Magazine 34(1), pp. 101–103, 2013 (Link).

Using Storm to Perform Dynamic Egocentric Network Motif Analysis, Martin Harrigan and Pádraig Cunningham and Lorcan Coyle, The 3rd International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery Using Cloud and Distributed Computing Platforms (KDCloud'12) at the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM'12), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 408–415, 2012 (DOI).

Characterizing Wikipedia Pages Using Edit Network Motif Profiles, Guangyu Wu and Martin Harrigan and Pádraig Cunningham, The 3rd International Workshop on Search and Mining User-Generated Contents (SMUC'11) at the 20th ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM'11), ACM, pp. 45–52, 2011 (DOI).

Identifying Dense Structures to Guide the Detection of Misuse and Fraud in Network Data, Ursula Redmond and and Martin Harrigan and Pádraig Cunningham, The 2nd International Workshop on Mining Ubiquitous and Social Environments (MUSE'11) at the 22nd European Conference on Machine Learning and the 15th European Conference on Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML/PKDD'11), pp. 55–62, 2011 (Link).

An Analysis of Anonymity in the Bitcoin System, Fergal Reid and Martin Harrigan, The 1st International Workshop on Security and Privacy in Social Networks (SPSN'11) at the 3rd International Conference on Social Computing (SocialCom'11), pp. 1318–1326, 2011 (arXiv, DOI).

Towards a Conceptual and Service-Based Adaptation Model, Martin Harrigan and Vincent Wade, The International Workshop on Dynamic and Adaptive Hypertext: Generic Frameworks, Approaches and Techniques (DAH'09) at the 20th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia (HT'09), 2009 (DOI).

Technical Reports

A Characterization of Wikipedia Content Based on Motifs in the Edit Graph, Guangyu Wu and Martin Harrigan and and Pádraig Cunningham, Technical Report (UCD-CSI-2011-02), School of Computer Science and Informatics, University College Dublin, 2011.

What Do Academic Users Want from an Adaptive Learning System?, Martin Harrigan and Milos Kravcik and Christina Steiner and Vincent Wade, Technical Report (TCD-CS-2009-06), School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin, 2009 (Link).

Patents

Network Analysis Tool, Martin Harrigan and Daniel Archambault, 2012 (WIPO Patent Number WO/2012/150107).

Method and System for Integration of Instant Messaging and PSTN Based Teleconferencing, Darragh Curran and Michael Desmond and Martin Harrigan and Trevor Johnston and Cenk Kuzucu and Mark Wallace, 2005 (WIPO Patent Number WO/2005/041086).

Invited Talks

Economic Analysis and Forensic Accounting using Bitcoin's Blockchain, Martin Harrigan, Digital Currency Research Roundtable, Oxford Internet Institute, May 2015.

Tracing Bitcoins for Fun and Profit, Martin Harrigan, Computer Science Seminar Series, UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics, April 2015.

Posters, Theses and Others

Leveled Drawings of Graphs, Martin Harrigan, Ph.D. Thesis (University of Limerick), 2008.

Drawing a Significant Spanning Tree of a Directed Graph, Martin Harrigan and Patrick Healy, poster at the 14th International Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD'06).

On Layering Directed Acyclic Graphs, Martin Harrigan and Patrick Healy, Graph Drawing Seminar at Schloss Dagstuhl, 2005.