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Structure and Dynamics of Mutlilayer Networks

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Many complex systems from infrastructures and to the brain, cannot be fully understood if we don’t consider their multilayer network structure.

These multilayer structures are characterized by new types of correlations which encode information that cannot be extracted by the single layers taken in isolation.

Here we will discuss recent results on modelling the structure of multilayer networks and characterizing their robustness showing that the multiplexity of these structures have novel unexpected properties.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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