Four contributions accepted at NetSci 2019

We are happy to announce that all of our four contributions submitted to the premiere network science conference NetSci, which will be held in Burlington, Vermont, USA, were accepted.

In a first contribution, accepted as a talk, we present a novel method to detect anomalous paths in time series data on networks. In a second contribution, also accepted as a talk, we present a time-aware force-directed layout algorithm for temporal networks. A third contribution, accepted as a poster, will present our tool git2net, which can be used to extract temporal collaboration networks from git repositories. The last contribution, also accepted as a poster, presents an efficient algorithm to count causal paths in Big time series data on networks.

Ingo Scholtes

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