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I368 Introduction to Network Science

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s):

Friends, computers, the Web, and our brain are examples of networks that pervade our lives. Network science helps us understand complex patterns of connection, interaction, and relationships in many complex systems. Students learn essential concepts and core ideas of network literacy, and basic tools to handle social and information networks.  

Fall 2017


Instructor: Filippo Menczer
Time: 2:30PM-3:45PM Tue, Thu
Location: Informatics East, Room 130

  • Course History

      Fall 2016


      Instructor: Filippo Menczer
      Time: 2:30PM-3:45PM Tue, Thu
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130
      Course URL (syllabus link or course homepage)
      Supplementary Description: Prerequisites: I201 and I210 are prerequisites, and I211 is a corequisite (can be taken concurrently) for Informatics students. The course is also open to undergraduates in Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Statistics, Psychology, Biology, Sociology, Communications, Engineering, and Physics. Students from these other programs should seek instructor permission. Programming experience (in Python) and exposure to probability theory, statistics, calculus, and discrete math are highly recommended.


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