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In the past years, network theory has successfully characterized the interaction among the constituents of a variety of complex systems, ranging from biological to technological, and social systems. However, up until recently, attention was almost exclusively given to networks in which all components were treated on equivalent footing, while neglecting all the extra information about the temporal- or context-related properties of the interactions under study. Only in the last years, takingdoi:10.1016/j.physrep.2014.07.001 pmid:32834429 pmcid:PMC7332224 fatcat:5y6wdkop2nd75kwnla4by2icqy