Readership: Undergraduate and graduate students and researchers in statistical and interdisciplinary physics, biophysics, computer science, applied mathematics, and biology.
It may also be of interest to engineers in communications and networking, software and networking engineers and developers, researchers and students in sociology, economics, linguistics, etc.
S.N. Dorogovtsev, Ioffe Institute, St Petersburg, and J.F.F. Mendes, University of Porto and University of Aveiro
"Professors Dorogovtsev and Mendes are well known for their important contributions in this field of research ... I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in this new and interdisciplinary field of research." - www.unifr.ch/econophysics
0: Modern architecture of random graphs
1: What are networks?
2: Popularity is attractive
3: Real networks
4: Equilibrium networks
5: Non-equilibrium networks
6: Global topology of networks
7: Growth of networks and self-organized criticality
Philosophy of a small world
A: Relations for an adjacency matrix
B: How to measure a distribution
C: Statistics of cliques
D: Power-law preference
E: Inhomogeneous growing net
G: Critical phenomena in networks
H: A guide on network literature