Complex Networks: Structures and Dynamics

Real world social, biological, and technological networks have complex structures. They grow and rewire themselves over time, while maintaining topologies that enable them to be resilient to failure and highly interconnected. These features are not found in randomly generated graphs. Researchers are attempting to explain how these complex networks form. Understanding the structures of complex networks allows us to understand how to look for resilient and interconnected networks Understanding their dynamics would enable designing systems to grow complex networks Describing Network Structure Graph theory is the mathematical study of networks, also called graphs.
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