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Network communities and the foreign exchange market

Abstract:

Many systems studied in the biological, physical, and social sciences are composed of multiple interacting components. Often the number of components and interactions is so large that attaining an understanding of the system necessitates some form of simplication. A common representation that captures the key connection patterns is a network in which the nodes correspond to system components and the edges represent interactions. In this thesis we use network techniques and more traditional cl...

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University of Oxford;Mathematical Institute
Publication date:
2010
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uuid:14273e6b-0570-49f7-ad62-544bb3d60078
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2012-03-05

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