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January 02, 2009

Student projects in networks class

I ask each of my networks classes whether it is OK to post their final projects online. This year about 3/4 of them held back because they wanted to publish their work in a peer-reviewed (as opposed to Lada-reviewed :) ) venue. While this is great news, it means that now, only a few weeks after the end of the course, the project page is a little bare. But perhaps I'll blog about these remaining projects as they are published.

Still, right now you can check out language acquisition networks, book recommendation networks based on writing style, an online community for houses around campus, coauthorship networks of incentive centered design faculty, global city networks via international firms, and uncensored discussion of China.

Also, you can check out projects from previous years:
fall 2007 projects
winter 2007 projects
winter 2006 projects

Posted by ladamic at January 2, 2009 12:48 PM


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