Networks Illustrated

Networks Illustrated: 8 Principles Without Calculus

English | ISBN: 0989543005 | 2013 | 380 Pages | EPUB | 5 MB

Are you curious about the social and technological networks that shape our lives, like Amazon, the Internet, and WiFi? But are you worried about a Calculus or Linear Algebra prerequisite that typically comes along with such courses? If so, then this book is for you. You will learn the key principles behind the networks that surround us every day, such as ¨°sharing is hard¨® and ¨°crowds are wise¨®, and you will see how these simple principles are reflected in how these networks operate. Plus, All the mathematics you need is adding and multiplying numbers, as this book relies on pictures, anecdotes, and analogies as instructional tools.


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