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Structure and Dynamics of Networks

When you'll study it
Semester 1
CATS points
ECTS points
Level 6
Module lead
Ruben Sanchez Garcia
Academic year

Module overview

Networks are ubiquitous in the modern world: from the biological networks that regulate cell behaviour, to technological networks such as the Internet and social networks such as Facebook. Typically real-world networks are large, complex, and exhibit both random and regular properties, making them both challenging and interesting to model. This course is an introduction to the structure and dynamics of networks, as a modelling tool in applied mathematics.

Linked modules

Prerequisites: MATH1048 and MATH1049 and MATH1059