Networks, Complexity and Internet Regulation: Scale-free Law

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Edward Elgar, 2011 - Law - 254 pages
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Complexity theory as a subject has gained increasing prominence across numerous disciplines including physics, biology, sociology and economics. Large interconnected systems such as the Internet display a number of inherent architectural characteristics deeming them well-suited to the study of complex dynamic networks. This important book uses various network science-based tools to explore the contentious issue of Internet regulation.

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