This week, we’ll have two exciting visitors. Sebastian Ahnert will be visiting on Wednesday, speaking on Compressible components reveal network architectures.
On Thursday we’ll change gears and discuss mobility, modelling, and sensing. For that we’re lucky to have Cecilia Mascolo and her postdoc Neal Lathia visiting, speaking on How can sensor data be used to infer how people feel?
If you’re anywhere near Copenhagen, I highly recommend both talks!
One response to “Cambridge week”
Any chance the talk on network compression is available somewhere, either as a video or just the slides? Or is there a manuscript of this work posted somewhere?
Compressing graphs (not random walks on graphs, but the static structure itself) in order to reveal community structure seems like a promising idea, one with a rather straightforward extension to exploit node attributes or event times.