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D: Data Analysis in Criminology, Legal, & Social Complex Networks

This section covers the aplication of Data analysis, Statistics, Time series, Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, and Complex Networks Sciences tools to study Legal and Socio-Economic topics in the frontier of Biomedical, Social, and Juridic sciences.

The topic include, but is not limited to, the computational analysis of  social collaboration, social networks analysis (SNA), legal and law citing networks, legal code networks, networks in sociology and criminology, economical and trading networks, electronic social networks (Facebook,  Twitter, etc.), the multiplex social networks in epidemiology and biomedicine, legal informatics, patient datasets and diseasome networks in medical informatics, etc.

*Note: the inverse problem (Legal and Ethics aspects of the use of TICs) is covered by Section A: Law & Information Technology (IT),

link: http://sciforum.net/conference/LAWSci-01/LAWSci-A



Ph.D. Vanessa Aguiar Pulido
Florida International University, School of Computing and Information Sciences, Miami, FL, USA.

Ph.D., Law Lic. Aliuska Duardo-Sanchez
Department of Special Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Santiago de Compostela (USC),
15782, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.