Mathematics of Networks: Math 867: Topics in Applied Mathematics

Networks are the language that is used today in numerous interdisciplinary studies that unite mathematicians, physicists, biologists, engineers, computer scientists, economists, etc. The major emphasis in the course will be put on the mathematical aspects of the complex network analysis. In particular, the course will tentatively include

The prerequisite is the instructor's discretion; the mathematical prerequisites will be kept to a minimum an include basic knowledge of probability theory (discrete random variables), linear algebra, and ordinary differential equations.

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