Design vs. Emergence: The structure of knowledge

Conference/workshop presentation

Design vs. Emergence: The structure of knowledge

Complex networks have been widely used to represent various types of systems. Examples range from straightforward ones such the Internet (routers and physical connections between them) to the highly abstract like protein folding networks or of social behavior (such as phone calls networks). It is obvious that representing a complex system as a simple graph is a reduction of information, showing only one aspect of the original system. In most studies only one such aspect is investigated, using a single, specific characteristic to build the network that is further investigated.

Presentation at the The Second Annual Meeting of COST Action MP0801, “Physics of Competition and Conflicts”, held at the Bulgarian Black Sea Resort “Sunny Beach” May, 26-28, 2010.

Locations: Sunny Beach, Bulgaria

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