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  • Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks 2015
  • Maximilian Schich, Guest Editor and Isabel Meirelles, Guest Editor

This special section highlighting research revolving around networks in culture, networks in art, networks in the humanities, art about networks and research in network visualization concludes with this issue’s selections. The five topical attractors have emerged from our series of symposia that counted with over 50 published contributions. Following this final iteration, the section will continue to offer an ongoing call for contributions, continuing our mission to foster multidisciplinary research on complex networks and systems within or with the help of arts and humanities in support of our flourishing community.

The current section presents selected papers from the sixth Leonardo satellite symposium on “Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks” at NetSci2015, the International School and Conference on Network Science, 2 June 2015, at the World Trade Center Zaragoza (WTCZ) in Spain. Our symposium was co-chaired by Maximilian Schich, Isabel Meirelles and Roger Malina.

Leonardo Editorial Advisor
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In this issue:

Frederik Elwert and Sven Sellmer: Modeling Structure and Content: Socio-Semantic Network Analysis of the Mahābhārata 501
Jeremi K. Ochab: Stylometric Networks and Fake Authorships 502
Koenraad Brosens et al.: Visualizing and Analyzing Complex and Dynamic Networks of Flemish Tapestry Entrepreneurs (1640–1720) 503
Martin Krzywinski et al.: Differential Hive Plots: Seeing Networks Change 504
Sergi Valverde: Visualizing the Evolution of Programming Languages 505

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Maximilian Schich, Guest Editor
Leonardo Editorial Advisor
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Isabel Meirelles, Guest Editor
Leonardo Editorial Advisor
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