Fall 2012: CSE4510/5400: Social Network Analysis
This course is available for undergraduate and graduate students.
The numbers are:
Social Network Analysis - 97030 - CSE 5400 - 01 (graduate level)
Social Network Analysis - 94353 - CSE 4510 - 10 (undergraduate level)
The course is very hands-on. Students will be required to work with a Social Network Dataset.
The coursework consists of: analysis assignments on specific social networks, presentations in class of your results,
research paper critiques.
The course is a good opportunity to students to gain some experience on research and writing about research.
Some of the topics we plan to cover include:
- Dealing with Social Network Data and Notations
- Introduction to Graphs and their Representations
- Centrality and Prestige
- Clustering and Transitivity
- Identification of Cohesive Subgroups
- Affiliation Networks
- Roles and Positions
- Dyadic and Triadic Methods
Hope some more of you join. If you have questions come and talk to me on 209 (Harris Building)