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COMP4880/8880 NetSci schedule 2019 Semester 1 (draft)
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WeekTue 11-12Tue 12-13Wed 12-13reading materialAssignment
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125 feb.intro (LX)refresher: math + proofs random graphs- degree + clustering
assignment 0 due Sunday 3 Mar 23:59
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24 mar.random graphs - component + paths
refresher: networks and metrics
small world networksassignment 1 out
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311 mar.network navigation[decentralised search]
power laws and long-tailed distributions
(Canberra day)
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418 mar.preferential attachment
what is/isnot a good project topic
link prediction in networks (AA)
assignment 1 due due Sunday 24 Mar 23:59
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525 mar.communities I (AM)
refresher: BFS, graph algorithms
communities II assignment 2 out Mon
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61 apr.
graph spectrum and eigen vector centrality
(quips about assignment 1)spectrum and communities
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8 apr.semester break
assignment 2 due Thu 11 April 23:59; assign 3 out
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15 apr.
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722 apr.network resilience TBDcontagion on networks
(easter Mon+Anzac day)
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829 apr.
complex contagion and information propagation
TBDfriendship and homophily
assignment 3 due Sunday 5 May 23:59
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96 maynetworks with signed edgesTBDmeasurment and observations
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1013 mayasking network science questionsTBD
calling bull and reasoning with (big) data (LX)
S2, S3
project proposal due Sun 19 May 23:59
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1120 mayethics in large-scale network studieshow data graphics can mislead[work on project]S6
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1227 may
project spotlight (presentation due Tue 9:00am)
spotlight continued[work on project]
project report due Sunday 2 Jun 23:59
(Reconciliation Day)
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assignment 0: representing graphs, loading/saving graphs, plotting basic graph metrics (5%)
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assignment 1: random graphs (15%)
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assignment 2: communities (15%)
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assignment 3: resilience, contagion, and all that (15%)
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project (50%, done in groups of 1-2 people. 5% proposal, 10% presentation, 35% report)
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lecturers: Lexing Xie (LX), Alexander Mathews (AM)
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wattle site for the course https://wattlecourses.anu.edu.au/course/view.php?id=26597
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Reference books Network Science, Barabasi, 2016http://networksciencebook.com/
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Networks, Crowds, and Markets:
Reasoning About a Highly Connected World
https://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/kleinber/networks-book/
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Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age, Salganik
https://www.bitbybitbook.com/
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Networks: An Introduction, Newman
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You should submit your answers via Gradescope and your code via wattle. To avoid losing marks both your answers and code must be submitted before the deadline.
Register for Gradescope at http://gradescope.com using your anu e-mail and include your student ID number with sign-up. Use the entry code MZ35V8 to sign up for COMP4880/COMP8880.
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