## Slides from lectures:

The slides below are clickable pdf's, with links to relevant web pages (indicated by ), section links in the sidebar, and navigation icons at the bottom of each slide. The reference section for each set of slides includes links to papers, and superscript citation numbers link to the reference section as well (please let me know if any links behave badly).These slides will evolve throughout the course.

If you want a printed copy, the handouts provide condensed and collapsed versions of the slides (unfortunately, the hyperlinks won't work on paper).

The `lecture' pdf's include all the incremental reveals whereas the `slides' pdf's have flattened frames and are better for reading online.

- Overview of complex networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Overview of potential projects: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Branching networks I: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Branching networks II: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Optimal supply networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Random networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Applications of random networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Contagion on random networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Assortativity: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Diffusion (just a little): [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Generalized contagion: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Centrality: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Structure detection in networked systems: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Scale-free networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- Small-world networks: [slides] [handout] [lecture].
- References: [handout] [lecture].

I use the excellent LaTeX class beamer coupled with some vigorous perl scripts to generate these slides.

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