Fall 2019 Course Descriptions

COMP 150-07 Network Science

L. Cowen
MW 10:30-11:45, Halligan Hall 111A
E+ Block

Mathematical foundations of the study of graphs and networks that arise as social, biological and Internet networks. Random graph models, community structure and inference problems, network dynamics, cascading. Example networks drawn from the application domains will be case studies as a companion to the general mathematical theory.

Approved as a category 2 elective in Data Science (analysis and interfaces).

Prerequisite: Prerequisites: Comp 15 and either Math 61 or any mathematics class numbered 100 or higher, or graduate standing.

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