TSKS33 Complex Networks and Big Data

TSKS33 Complex Networks and Big Data deals with the way objects are connected. These objects may be computers or routers (in the Internet); webpages (in the World Wide Web); patents, legal and scientific documents that cite one another; people (in social networks); gas pipes or other infrastructure; cities (in a transportation network); who-eats-whom in an ecosystem; or proteins that interact in biology. The focus is on the mathematics of the networks (graphs) that represent such connected systems, and on algorithms that operate on these networks.

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