The study of complex networks has received much attention over the past few decades, presenting a simple, yet efficient means of modelling and understanding complex systems. The majority of network science literature focuses on simple one-mode networks. In the real world, however, we often find systems that are best represented by bipartite networks that are commonly analysed by examination of their one-mode projection. One-mode projections, however, are naturally very dense and noisy networks and hence the most relevant information may be hidden. In this talk I present the motivation of my PhD thesis and summarise the research that I conducted during my candidature.
Dr. Jessica Liebig, Department of Mathematical Sciences School of Science, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
20.07.2017 - 10:15