New theory promising for predicting behaviour of complex networks
First results of PhD research by Rick Quax suggest that a combination of information theory, network theory, and statistical mechanics can lead to a promising theory to predict the behaviour of complex networks. Quax will defend his PhD thesis “Information processing in complex networks” on Thursday 14th March in Amsterdam. His promotor is Prof. Dr. P.M.A. Sloot. See also here. Quax’ research was developed as part of the EC funded Dynanets project (www.dynanets.org) He will carry on his research under the umbrella of the Sophocles project. For more info please contact Rick Quax at firstname.lastname@example.org .