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  • Many man-made and natural networks have same underlying architecture

    MIT News - 11/04/2011

    Complex networks as dissimilar in size, age and character as the metabolic processes of a yeast cell, the World Wide Web, and the airline system of the United States all share a similar underlying structure, said Northeastern University Professor Albert-Laszlo Barabasi during an Oct. 26 talk, the first in the Distinguished Engineering and Science Speaker Seminar Series (DES4) sponsored by MIT’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE).

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