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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#NetworkScience How might Network Science impact the study of the Civil War? One way, which I have been exploring this fall semester, is by analyzing the transmission and reception of information by commanders at key moments in the military events … Continue reading →
Researcher Dan Evans continued to participate in a series of Google Hangouts partnering with AfriLabs and AfriHive discussing tech hub sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa. The most recent occurred on 5 December. The main focus of these discussions have been the … Continue reading →
#NetworkScience In the current issue of the Network Science Center Newsblast Dr. Jocelyn Bell discusses an interdisciplinary research project she is working on involving pulling meaning from machine read text using significant words and N-grams. To learn more read the article, ‘Graphs, Maps, … Continue reading →
#NetworkScience Repost of study submitted two years ago by then Cadet now 2LT Jeffrey Nielsen With Thanksgiving fast approaching some people might be wondering, what is the best seat at the Thanksgiving table? Two years ago as an independent project, CDT … Continue reading →
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