October 11th: Recovering networks from noisy data
- Newman, Mark. “Network structure from rich but noisy data.” Nature Physics, 2018.
- Young, Jean-Gabriel, Laurent Hebert-Dufrense, Edward Laurence, Charles Murphy, Guillaume St-Onge, Patrick Desrosiers. “Network archaeology: phase transition in the recoverability of network history.” arXiv preprint, 2018.
October 17th: Do we even need to infer network structure? (Part 1)
- Hoffmann, Till, Leto Peel, Renaud Lambiotte, and Nick S. Jones. “Community detection in networks with unobserved edges.” arXiv preprint, 2018.
October 24th: Do we even need to infer network structure? (Part 2)
- Young, Jean-Gabrieal, Guillaume St-Onge, Patrick Desrosiers, and Louis J. Dubé. “Universality of the stochastic block model.” Physics Review E (PRE), 2018.
October 25th: Confounds of willing networks into existence
Healy, Kieran. “The performativity of networks.” European Journal of Sociology, 2015.
Chaney, Allison JB, Brandon M. Stewart, and Barbara E. Engelhardt. “How Algorithmic Confounding in Recommendation Systems Increases Homogeneity and Decreases Utility.” In Proceedings of the 12th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems, 2017.
November 16th: The great network science debate (Part 2)
- Voitalov, Ivan, Pim van der Hoorn, Remco van der Hofstad, and Dmitri Krioukov. “Scale-free Networks Well Done.” arXiv preprint, 2018.
May 25th: Multiscale structure of complex networks
- Hébert-Dufresne, Laurent, Joshua A. Grochow, and Antoine Allard. “Multi-scale structure and topological anomaly detection via a new network statistic: The onion decomposition.” Nature Scientific Reports, 2016.
- Bagrow, James P. and Erik M. Bollt. “An information-theoretic, all-scales approach to comparing networks.” arXiv preprint 1804.03665, 2018.
May 4th: New approaches to homophily and assortativity
- Peel, Leto, Jean-Charles Delvenne, and Renaud Lambiotte. “Multiscale mixing patterns in networks..” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018.
- Altenburger, Kristen M., and Johan Ugander. “Monophily in social networks introduces similarity among friends-of-friends..” Nature Human Behaviour, 2018.
April 13th: The shape and frequency of Twitter cascades
- Goel, Sharad, Ashton Anderson, Jake Hofman, and Duncan J. Watts. “The structural virality of online diffusion.” Management Science, 2015.
January 26th: The great network science debate
- Broido, Anna D., and Aaron Clauset. “Scale-free networks are rare.” arXiv preprint: 1801.03400, 2018.