The Network and the Signal
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This chapter focuses on studying various aspects of dynamic networks, especially in the light of social networks, followed by exploring how the signal is generated from dynamic networks and the existence of a duality between a network and a signal.
KeywordsSocial Network Dynamic Network Percolation Threshold Information Diffusion Average Path Length
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