Conspiracy theories

The new issue (September-October) of American Scientist is available on the Web, and subscribers to the ink-and-paper edition should receive copies soon. My “Computing Science” column is more topical than I would like, given today’s headlines. I examine some ideas from graph theory and social-networking studies that intelligence agencies may (or may not—who knows?) be using to detect terrorist conspiracies.

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