By Matthias Dehmer
Statistical and laptop studying techniques for community research offers an available framework for structurally examining graphs through bringing jointly identified and novel methods on graph sessions and graph measures for class. via offering varied ways in line with experimental facts, the booklet uniquely units itself except the present literature through exploring the applying of computer studying suggestions to numerous forms of complicated networks. made from chapters written via the world over well known researchers within the box of interdisciplinary community concept, the ebook offers present and classical ways to learn networks statistically. equipment from laptop studying, information mining, and data concept are strongly emphasised all through.
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