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Complex networks

Auteur: Ronaldo Menezes; Alexandre Evsukoff; Marta C González
Uitgever: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Serie: Studies in computational intelligence, 424.
Editie/Formaat:   eBoek : Document : Conferentie-uitgave : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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In the last decade we have seen the emergence of a new inter-disciplinary field focusing on the understanding of networks which are dynamic, large, open, and have a structure sometimes called random-biased. The field of Complex Networks is helping us better understand many complex phenomena such as the spread of deseases, protein interactions, social relationships, to name but a few.Studies in Complex Networks are  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Electronic books
Conference proceedings
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Genre: Conferentie-uitgave, Document, Internetbron
Soort document: Internetbron, Computerbestand
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Ronaldo Menezes; Alexandre Evsukoff; Marta C González
ISBN: 9783642302879 3642302874
OCLC-nummer: 805127659
Beschrijving: 1 online resource : ill. (some col.)
Inhoud: Hybrid Centrality Measures for Binary and Weighted Networks / Alireza Abbasi and Liaquat Hossain --
A Growing Model for Scale-Free Networks Embedded in Hyperbolic Metric Spaces / Giuseppe Mangioni and Antonio Lima --
The Robustness of Balanced Boolean Networks / Ming Liu and Elena Dubrova --
Structural Evolution in Knowledge Transfer Network: An Agent-Based Model / Haoxiang Xia, Yanyan Du and Zhaoguo Xuan --
Using Network Science to Define a Dynamic Communication Topology for Particle Swarm Optimizers / Marcos A. C. Oliveira Junior, Carmelo J. A. Bastos Filho and Ronaldo Menezes --
Weak Ties in Complex Wireless Communication Networks / Amanda Leonel, Carlos H. C. Ribeiro and Matthias R. Brust --
Vulnerability-Aware Architecture for a Tactical, Mobile Cloud / Anne-Laure Jousselme, Kevin Huggins, Nicolas Léchevin, Patrick Maupin and Dominic Larkin --
Migration, Communication and Social Networks - An Agent-Based Social Simulation / Hugo S. Barbosa Filho, Fernando B. Lima Neto and Wilson Fusco --
A Comparison of Methods for Community Detection in Large Scale Networks / Vinícius da Fonseca Vieira and Alexandre Gonçalves Evsukoff --
Stable Community Cores in Complex Networks / Massoud Seifi, Ivan Junier, Jean-Baptiste Rouquier, Svilen Iskrov and Jean-Loup Guillaume --
An Empirical Study of the Relation between Community Structure and Transitivity / Keziban Orman, Vincent Labatut and Hocine Cherifi --
Detecting Overlapping Communities in Complex Networks Using Swarm Intelligence for Multi-threaded Label Propagation / Bradley S. Rees and Keith B. Gallagher --
A Genetic Algorithm to Partition Weighted Planar Graphs in Which the Weight of Nodes Follows a Power Law / Rodrigo Palheta and Vasco Furtado --
Measuring a Category-Based Blogosphere / Priya Saha and Ronaldo Menezes --
Ripple Effects: Small-Scale Investigations into the Sustainability of Ocean Science Education Networks / Robert Chen, Catherine Cramer, Pam DiBona, Russel Faux and Stephen Uzzo --
Socio-dynamic Discrete Choice on Networks in Space: Impact of Initial Conditions, Network Size and Connectivity on Emergent Outcomes in a Simple Nested Logit Model / Elenna R. Dugundji and László Gulyás --
Tipping Points of Diehards in Social Consensus on Large Random Networks / W. Zhang, C. Lim and B. Szymanski --
Modeling Annual Supreme Court Influence: The Role of Citation Practices and Judicial Tenure in Determining Precedent Network Growth / Ryan Whalen --
The Effect of Citations to Collaboration Networks / Pramod Divakarmurthy and Ronaldo Menezes --
Network Analysis of Software Repositories: Identifying Subject Matter Experts / Andrew Dittrich, Mehmet Hadi Gunes and Sergiu Dascalu --
The Social Structure of Organ Transplantation in the United States / Srividhya Venugopal, Evan Stoner, Martin Cadeiras and Ronaldo Menezes --
A Novel Framework for Complex Networks and Chronic Diseases / Philippe J. Giabbanelli --
Centrality and Network Analysis in a Natural Perturbed Ecosystem / Gilberto C. Pereira, Fatima F. Santos and Nelson F. F. Ebecken --
The Explanatory Power of Relations and an Application to an Economic Network / Mauricio Monsalve --
Mapping Emerging News Networks: A Case Study of the San Francisco Bay Area / Daniel Ramos, Mehmet Hadi Gunes, Donica Mensing and David M. Ryfe --
Identifying Critical Road Network Areas with Node Centralities Interference and Robustness / Giovanni Scardoni and Carlo Laudanna --
Software Collaboration Networks / Christopher Zachor and Mehmet Hadi Gunes.
Serietitel: Studies in computational intelligence, 424.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Ronaldo Menezes, Alexandre Evsukoff, and Marta C. González (eds.).
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