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|Title:||Topological Network Topology|
|Speaker:||Robert Ghrist, University of Pennsylvania|
|Networks are ubiquitous: communications networks, social networks, sensor networks, biological networks, etc., abound. "Network topology" is, usually, a misnomer, connoting graph theory. This talk will, via simple examples, argue for a topological interpretation of networks that, via algebraic topology, reveals classes of information hidden within networks around us.|
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|Date:||11 / 12 / 2009|
|Time:||02:30pm - 03:20pm|