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This short talk given in Stockholm, Sweden, explains how algorithmic complexity measures, notably Kolmogorov complexity approximated both by lossless compression algorithms and the Block Decomposition Method (BDM) are capable of characterizing graphs and networks by some of their group-theoretic and topological properties, notably graph automorphism group size and clustering coefficients of complex networks. The method distinguished between models of networks such as regular, random, small-world and scale-free.