Network Theory and Applications
- Network structures are pervasive in the world around us, from the Internet and the power grid, to social acquaintance networks, to biological networks. This course is intended for graduate students interested in learning about modern perspectives on networks, and should allow students to incorporate network theory into their own research. This course will cover General Techniques and Selected Applications. Applications will reflect student interest, thus the later material comprising the course content is still TBD.
- University of California, Davis
- Raissa D'Souza
- Networks, Graph Theory