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 In the current issue of the Network Science Center Newsblast Dr. James Gatewood discusses how mathematical modelling, networks, and smart technologies are shaping and influencing cities. Click here to read this issue of the Network Science Center’s Newsblast.
#NetworkScience#INSNA This past week many members of the Network Science Center at West Point traveled to St. Pete Beach, FL to take part in the annual Sunbelt Conference. The conference serves as the annual meeting of the International Network for … Continue reading →
#NetworkScience As we enter the age of complexity we are faced with vast volumes of data without powerful ways to analyze it. Massive spreadsheets and databases hold undiscovered trends and policy recommendations. Network analysis holds the key to unlocking this … Continue reading →
#NetworkScience Cadet Jacob Dewhirst created a map showing the spatial distribution of water-related natural disasters in the country of Uganda from 2000-13. This work is part of his honors thesis and supports the Minerva funded African Security Project. The different … Continue reading →
“Youth unemployment is a ticking time bomb,” –Alexander Chikwanda, Finance Minister, Zambia Major international economic development organizations such as the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and the United Nations agree that entrepreneurial success and the establishment of Small and Medium … Continue reading →
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