The Central Node
The Central Node is a network science information aggregator maintained by the Network Science Center at West Point(NSC). NSC brings together service members, civilians, and cadets to research and develop significant contributions in the study of network representations of physical, biological, and social phenomena leading to predictive models.
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Researcher Dan Evans will participate in a series of Google Hangouts partnering with AfriLabs and AfriHive discussing tech hub sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa. The first will occur on Friday the 14th of November at 7AM EST or, 12PM GMT. The … Continue reading →
#NetworkScience Toward the beginning of October I participated in the first Workshop on Digital Methods for Military History, held over two days at Northeastern University and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Naturally, network science featured prominently in … Continue reading →
#NetworkScience In the current issue of the Network Science Center Newsblast Dr. John James discusses another aspect of the information sharing problem. He discusses Bitcoin’s solution to the ‘double spend’ or ‘Byzantine Generals’ problem and how this solution might be applied in … Continue reading →
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