Mark Gritter (markgritter) wrote,
Mark Gritter

Of possible geeky interest

Long-winded explanation:

In the days and weeks ahead, we hope to outline why we believe the application of a computational and complexity informed approach to legal studies will serve as a useful method to consider a wide class of substantive questions. Standing at the intersection of a variety of fields including computer science, applied mathematics, physics, political science, social network analysis as well as others, we hope scholars will be able to leverage relevant techniques to help enrich positive legal theory.

Short description:

Cool graphs of politics and law. ("I make a lot of graphs.")

Syndicated as complegalstudy
Tags: graph theory, law, visualization
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