Monday, 31 March 2014
I have now posted my article, Dynamical Systems on Networks: A Tutorial, which I previously circulated in incomplete form and which I followed in large part for the lecture notes on dynamical systems on networks. Note that this is supplemental material for the lectures, but I think you'll find it helpful. You don't have to read it.
Thursday, 13 March 2014
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Friday, 7 March 2014
Monday, 3 March 2014
I have scheduled the consultation sessions for Networks. There will be 3 sets of 4 hours each, and my plan (subject to change) is to run all of them myself. Here are the details: Week 2: Mon, Tues: 2 - 4 pm (room C2) Week 3: Mon, Tues: 2 - 4 pm (room C2) Week 5: Mon, Tues: 2 - 4 pm (room C2)
Classes to cover the 4th sheet will occur in Week 1 of TT as follows  (Prescott, Oh; was on Tues even weeks in HT): TT week 1, Tue 29 April, 4:15 pm - 5:45 pm, Britton Room, Trinity College  (Gilbert, Oh; was on Wed odd weeks in HT): TT week 1, Wed 30 April, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm, C4 : (Gilbert, Oh; was on Wed even weeks in HT): TT week 1, Wed 30 April, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm, C3 : (Porter, Murevics; was on Fri odd weeks in HT): TT week 1, Mon 28 April, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, C5 : (Porter, Murevics; was on Fri even weeks in HT): TT week 1, Mon 28 April, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm, C4 Update (3/23/14): All times and places for the classes to cover hw 4 have now been determined.
Saturday, 1 March 2014
Once we get through the handwritten notes for Chapter 7 (which concerns "Dynamical Systems on Networks"), I'll plan on going through some slides from one of my talks on cascades and social influence on networks. I have now posted these slides among the course materials. I doubt I'll have time to go through all of them, but reading them should help cement your big-picture understanding about dynamical systems on networks (and it will help for some of the methodology as well). I have also posted slides from one of my talks on multilayer community structure and functional brain networks. One person asked that I talk about networks from neuroscience in lecture. I don't think that I will get to this at all in lecture --- as I think the discussion of social influence on networks will be particularly helpful for Chapter 7 --- but it will provide that person with some thoughts on that topic and it will help cement your big-picture knowledge of Chapter 6 (so reading these slides is very much worthwhile, in my opinion). It also presents my view on multilayer networks --- which I hope will become the dominant view of the subject, given that I have written an ambitious review article that is trying to drive the entire field forward --- so it will be very helpful for that topic if you're interested in it.