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Young researcher Seminar – Florence Center for Data Science

February 28 @ 14:30 - 15:30

Welcome to the “Young Researchers Seminar Series“!

The Seminar will be held both on-site and online Tuesday 28th of February 2023, from 2.30 – 3.15 PM.

Our guest will be Riccardo Michielan from University of Twente.

The seminar will be held in Aula 205 (ex 32) (DISIA – Viale Morgagni 59).
The seminar will be available also online. Please register here to participate online:
Title: "Is there geometry in real networks?"

In the past decade, many geometric network models have been developed, assuming that each vertex is associated a position in some underlying topologic space. Geometric models formalize the idea that similar vertices are naturally likely to connect. Moreover, these models are able reproduce many properties which are commonly observed in real networks. On the other hand, it is not always possible to infer the presence of geometry in real networks, if the edge connections are the only observables. The aim of this talk is to formalize a simple statistic which counts weighted triangles: this statistic discounts the triangles that are almost surely not caused by geometry. Then, using weighted triangles we will be able to elaborate a robust technique to distinguish whether real networks are embedded in a geometric space or not.


February 28
14:30 - 15:30
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Florence Center For Data Science
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