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La ciencia de las redes, la conectividad y la sociedad

  • Marleny Natalia Malaver Rojas

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  • Hugo alberto Rivera Rodriguez

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  • Luis Francisco Alvarez Corredor

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    La ciencia de las redes es la ciencia de las estructuras dinámicas, cambiantes, variables,impredecibles y evolutivas, es decir, de todos los sistemas naturales y artificiales. El textoSeis grados de separación: la ciencia de las redes en la era del acceso plantea interesantes reflexionesacerca de la innegable interconexión que relaciona todos los elementos de la vida, encualquiera de los escenarios naturales o artificiales, con énfasis en que la importancia noradica únicamente en la identificación de las características o número de elementos queconforman algún sistema, sino en las relaciones, interdependencias e interacciones quese dan entre ellos.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD DE MEDELLÍN in its journal REVISTA SEMESTRE ECONÓMICO.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
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