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CNN Seminar - October

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  • UserFlorian Markowetz (Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute) and Murray Shanahan (Computing, Imperial College London)
  • ClockTuesday 25 October 2011, 14:30-15:30
  • HouseKeynes Hall in Kings College.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Petra Vertes.

Our two speakers for this first seminar are:

Florian Markowetz (Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute) “Inferring phenotypic networks with Nested Effect Models”. (no abstract)

Murray Shanahan (Computing, Imperial College London) “Knotty-Centredness: finding the connective core of a complex network”.

abstract:This talk will describe a measure called knotty-centredness that attempts to capture the extent to which a network possesses a densely intra-connected and topologically central core. Some applications to brain networks will be presented, including a newly constructed connectome of the pigeon forebrain.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Networks Network (CNN) series.

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