Network Science

Network Science

Professor Barabási's talk described how the tools of network science can help understand the Web's structure, development and weaknesses. The Web is an information network, in which the nodes are documents (at the time of writing over one trillion of them), connected by links. Other well-known network structures include the Internet, a physical network where the nodes are routers and the links are physical connections, and organizations, where the nodes are people and the links represent communications.


More publications
G. Ghoshal, L. Chi, A.-L. Barabási

Scientifc Reports 3, 1-8 (2013)

A. Sharma, N. Gulbahce, S. J. Pevzner, J. Menche, C. Ladenvall, L. Folkdersen, P. Eriksson, M. Orho-Melander, A.-L. Barabási

Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 12, 3398-3408 (2013)

B. Barzel, A.-L. Barabási

Nature Physics 9, 673-681 (2013)