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All Networks Great and Small

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Host: Mirco Musolesi - ROOM CHANGE

It is a puzzling fact that human social networks turn out to have the same structure whether they are viewed top down (how the nodes are distributed in space) or bottom up (how an ego organises their personal social network). In part, this arises because of the constraints of human psychology. We have spent the last decade trying to understand these constraints, and I will focus mainly on time and cognition.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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