MoN11: Elevent Mathematics of Networks meeting, 20th July University of Warwick

Erol Gelenbe (Imperial College)

Our digital society relies on commerce, work, food provisioning, transportation,energy, information, social and data networks, and many more, that interact to make the system as a whole “work”. For the first time in human history, all of these networks have a common mediator and representation system: the information and data networks. Thus we can envision to model and understand these complex networks together as an observable and formal mathematical system. This talk will present a possible approach based on stochastic networks that leads to closed form mathematical solutions. We will illustrate the approach through specific results fornetworks that simultaneously model commerce, transportation and communications.

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