Random and strategic networks: a gentle introduction
Language
Italian
Level
Intermediate
Length
32 minutes
Type
online conference
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Languages • November 2020
Random and strategic networks: a gentle introduction
Networks play a crucial role in our lives: relationships, trades and even human languages can be modelized as a set of nodes and edges. But how do social networks form? Why do they evolve in some specific ways? In this 0-math talk we will try to explain "how"s and "why"s of social and economic networks formation by analizing some mathematical models and introducing some challenges that arise when trying to implement them.
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Juna Salviati
Full Stack DeveloperGDG Rome
Juna has always been curious about technology and computers so she wrote her first line of code at 10. She continued to write code and graduated as a Software Engineer. She has always been cultivating a passion for classical studies, humanities and is fascinated by communication studies and human-machine interaction. She is currently co-leader of GDG Rome and Women Techmakers Ambassador.
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Language
Italian
Level
Intermediate
Length
32 minutes
Type
online conference
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