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Network Science and Telecommunications

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Abstract: We propose to briefly overview the main concepts of Network Science. Network Science is a relatively new field and its main objective is to understand the relation between (a) the process (or function) over the network and (b) the graph structure (or topology) of the network itself. This duality distinguishes Network Science from graph theory and from dynamic processes and system’s theory. First, we present, from the perspective of telecommunications, our personal view on the history of Network Science and its fascinations. Then, we discuss a simple process that allows mathematical analysis: epidemic spread on networks, a way of diffusing information in a network.


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