# Hypernetwork Science: From Multidimensional Networks to Computational Topology

@article{Joslyn2020HypernetworkSF, title={Hypernetwork Science: From Multidimensional Networks to Computational Topology}, author={Cliff Joslyn and Sinan Aksoy and Tiffany J. Callahan and Lawrence E. Hunter and Brett Jefferson and Brenda Praggastis and Emilie Purvine and Ignacio J. Tripodi}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2020}, volume={abs/2003.11782} }

As data structures and mathematical objects used for complex systems modeling, hypergraphs sit nicely poised between on the one hand the world of network models, and on the other that of higher-order mathematical abstractions from algebra, lattice theory, and topology. They are able to represent complex systems interactions more faithfully than graphs and networks, while also being some of the simplest classes of systems representing topological structures as collections of multidimensional… CONTINUE READING

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