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Special Issue of the 9th International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications

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Since 2012, the International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications (COMPLEX NETWORKS) brings together researchers from different scientific communities working on areas related to Network Science in order to cross-fertilize ideas among scientists, For the ninth edition of this annual event, 362 submissions have been received from around the world. The contributions selected for submission to this special issue reflect the latest problems, advances, and diversity within the Network Science community. 

Submission

The submission article must be original, unpublished and not currently reviewed by other journals. Authors must mention in their cover letter for each SI manuscript that the particular manuscript is for the theme and name of Guest Editors of SI consideration so that the Guest Editors can be notified separately. Please visit https://www.editorialmanager.com/apns

When submitting your paper please select the article type "CNA2020"

Lead Guest Editor

Chantal Cherifi, University of Lyon, France
chantal.bonnercherifi@univ-lyon2.fr

Guest Editors

Regino Criado, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
regino.criado@urjc.es

Roberto Interdonato, CIRAD, France
roberto.interdonato@cirad.fr

José Javier Ramasco, IFISC, Spain
jramasco@ifisc.uib-csic.es

Marta Sales-Pardo, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
marta.sales@urv.cat

Matteo Zignani, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
matteo.zignani@gmail.com


For more information please contact the editors. See below published papers in this issue.


  1. Understanding where and why political change is happening in a country is a fundamental issue in political geography. While electoral choice is individual, it is influenced by various sociological, cultural, a...

    Authors: Jérôme Michaud, Ilkka H. Mäkinen, Attila Szilva and Emil Frisk

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:67

    Content type: Research

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  2. This article proposes an approach to compare semantic networks using concept-centered sub-networks. A concept-centered sub-network is defined as an induced network whose vertex set consists of the given concept (...

    Authors: Darkhan Medeuov, Camille Roth, Kseniia Puzyreva and Nikita Basov

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:66

    Content type: Research

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  3. Graph sampling methods have been used to reduce the size and complexity of big complex networks for graph mining and visualization. However, existing graph sampling methods often fail to preserve the connectiv...

    Authors: Jingming Hu, Tuan Tran Chu, Seok-Hee Hong, Jialu Chen, Amyra Meidiana, Marnijati Torkel, Peter Eades and Kwan-Liu Ma

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:60

    Content type: Research

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  4. Sparsification is the process of decreasing the number of edges in a network while one or more topological properties are preserved. For probabilistic networks, sparsification has only been studied to preserve...

    Authors: Amin Kaveh, Matteo Magnani and Christian Rohner

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:58

    Content type: Research

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  5. Cities are microcosms representing a diversity of human experience. The complexity of urban systems arises from this diversity, where the services that cities offer to their inhabitants have to be tailored for...

    Authors: Renita Murimi

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:57

    Content type: Research

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  6. The use of networks for modelling and analysing relations among data is currently growing. Recently, the use of a single networks for capturing all the aspects of some complex scenarios has shown some limitati...

    Authors: Riccardo Dondi, Mohammad Mehdi Hosseinzadeh and Pietro H. Guzzi

    Citation: Applied Network Science 2021 6:40

    Content type: Research

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