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Speaking of Networks

I don’t get to do much about network research these days, except feel guilty about a few unfinished projects that I have no time for, but at least I can spread the word about conferences. The Web Algorithms Workshop 2010, for which I am on the PC, has a call-for-papers out, and the deadline is in 1.5 months.

The SAMSI focus year on Complex Networks had a preview session at JSM today, and it sounds like a truly interdisciplinary crowd. According to Eric Kolaczyk, the opening workshop (Aug 31 – Sept 1) is nearly full, so act fast if you want to act.

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Random Graphs in NetworkX: My Spatial-Temporal Preferred Attachment Diversion

To take my mind off my meetings, I spent a little time modifying the Spatial Preferred Attachment model from Aiello, Bonato, Cooper, Janssen, and PraƂat’s paper A Spatial Web Graph Model with Local Influence Regions so that it changes over time. Continue reading


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