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COMP- 767: ADVANCED TOPICS: APPLICATIONS 2

Course Summary

The study of naturally-occurring networks has become commonplace in many fields from economics to ecology, from linguistics to cellular biology. Despite widespread use, most techniques for network analysis are profoundly computational. In this course, we survey core techniques used in network analysis and study their uses in various domains outside of computer science.


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Winter 2014

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  • Derek Ruths
        Phone: 398-7079
        E-mail: druths@cs.mcgill.ca
        Office Hours: MW 1:30-2:30 PM