Large networks
Prieur Christophe  1@  , Lionel Tabourier  2, *@  
1 : I3, SES, Telecom ParisTech  (I3 / SES)  -  Website
Télécom ParisTech
46, rue Barrault -  France
2 : Lip6  (Lip6)  -  Website
Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6
* : Corresponding author

Very large networks may come from digital databases (online interactions, phone calls records, co-authorship, large affiliation networks, sensor-based co-presence, etc.) Their study needs special dedicated methods which change the way network analysis is done.

Mainly after 2000, works coming from computer science, physics and applied maths have brought many (sometimes genuinely) new insights on well known questions, but with a focus on the development of new methods and algorithms to handle very large networks.

This session will welcome presentations of new methods as well as field work on large networks.


Christophe Prieur,
I3/SES, Télécom Paris Tech

Lionel Tabourier,
Lip6, Université Pierre et Marie Curie


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