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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10761/3766

Issue Date: 12-Jan-2018
Authors: Buzzanca, Marco
Title: Sociality in Complex Networks
Abstract: The study of network theory is nothing new, as we may find the first example of a proof of network theory back in the 18th century. However, in recent times, many researchers are using their time to investigate networks, giving new life to an old topic. As we are living in the era of information, networks are everywhere, and their complexity is constantly rising. The field of complex networks attempts to address this complexity with innovative solutions. Complex networks all share a series of common topological features, which revolve around the relationship between nodes, where relationship is intended in the most abstract possible way. Nonetheless, it is important to study these relationships because they can be exploited in several scenarios, like web page searching, recommender systems, e-commerce and so on. This thesis presents studies of sociality in complex networks, ranging from the microscale, which focuses the attention on the point of view of single nodes, to the mesoscale, instead shifts the interest in node groups.
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