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Dear Barry and All,
I think no one really questions that SNA existed before the arrival of
the statistical physics approach to the field. Yet, it would be futile
to question that it was the physicists' arrival that made it famous and
known to the wider public (for better or worse).
GULYÁS, László Ph.D.
Head of Division
Intelligent Applications and Web Services
AITIA International, Inc.
2013.06.14. 21:53 keltezéssel, Barry Wellman írta:
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> I just sent this comment to Science
> Science 14 June 2013:
> Vol. 340 no. 6138 pp. 1272-1272
> Network analysis blossomed well before the physicists came lately to the
> field in the 1990s. By the 1970s, social network analysis had a
> professional society with 700 members and a lively annual conference in
> the U.S. or Europe. Much good research, theorizing and methods were
> done, resulting in the current NSA activity, for better or worse. The
> key as you note, was the recent development of big data sets and
> computational ability to analyze them.
> Barry Wellman
> S.D. Clark Professor FRSC NetLab Director
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