The Architecture of Complexity: Albert-László Barabási

“(…) apparently unrelated networks behave in similar ways and have similar structures – they’re the result of similar laws. This knowledge allows us to have common thinking about networks. But many questions remain. How are the networks used? What are the dynamics of how they’re being used at the smallest scale?” (Albert-László Barabási – ASIS&T Bulletin Feb/Mar 2007)

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