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Evolving networks

Abstract : Most real networks often evolve through time: changes of topology can occur if some nodes and/or edges appear and/or disappear, and the types or weights of nodes and edges can also change even if the topology stays static. Mobile devices with wireless capabilities (mobile phones, laptops, etc.) are a typical example of evolving networks where nodes or users are spread in the environment and connections between users can only occur if they are near each other. This who-is-near-whom network evolves every time users move and communication services (such as the spread of any information) will deeply rely on the mobility and on the characteristics of the underlying network. This paper presents some recent results concerning the characterization of the dynamics of complex networks through three different angles: evolution of some parameters on snapshots of the network, parameters describing the evolution itself, and intermediate approaches consisting in the study of specific phenomena or users of interest through time.
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Pierre Borgnat, Eric Fleury, Jean-Loup Guillaume, Clémence Magnien, Céline Robardet, et al.. Evolving networks. Mining Massive Data Sets for Security, 19, IOS Press, pp.198-203, 2008, 978-1-58603-898-4. ⟨10.3233/978-1-58603-898-4-198⟩. ⟨hal-01301647⟩



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