Network Analysis | Visualization


Rapid Network Analysis

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K-Simple Shortest Paths w/ Multithreading

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Shortest Path MST w/ Multithreading

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Graph Visualization

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About This Project:

This research is an effort to develop visual-graphic interfaces for sense-making of large networks. The goal is to create an algorithmic model and prototype that will allow researchers to study and analyze the hidden patterns in a wide range of networks by identifying and characterizing local communities and connectivity between a set of pre-marked nodes within large networks.

There is a staggering wealth of electronic data that is being generated, collected and stored due to the digital revolution. What scientists lack are meaningful ways of translating this data into useful information and knowledge. This overabundance of data, with largely unknown conclusions, is evident across all academic disciplines, ranging from medicine and epidemiology to advertising and marketing. The question that ultimately needs to be addressed is — how do we better understand and make predictions about the future based on the relationships between these disparate sets of data.

Project Lead

Scott Freitas
M.S. Computer Science Student ASU


Hanghang Tong
Assistant Professor ASU CIDSE

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