Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-248) and index.
1. Preliminaries and basic definitions in Network Theory -- 2. Models of complex networks -- 3. Correlations in complex networks -- 4. The architecture of complex weighted networks: measurements and models -- 5. Community structure identification -- 6. Visualizing large complex networks -- 7. Modeling the webgraph: how far we are -- 8. The large scale structure of the Internet -- 9. Spanning trees in ecology -- 10. Social and financial networks.
This book is the culmination of three years of research effort on a multidisciplinary project in which physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists and social scientists worked together to arrive at a unifying picture of complex networks. The contributed chapters form a reference for the various problems in data analysis visualization and modeling of complex networks.
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