Another look at small worlds: one node set - two link structures

Rousseau, Ronald Another look at small worlds: one node set - two link structures., 2005 UNSPECIFIED. [Other]

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English abstract

I present another view on the small world phenomenon: mathematically it can be considered as a consequence of having two graphs with the same net of nodes, but with a different link structure.

Item type: Other
Keywords: small world
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information. > BC. Information in society.
Depositing user: Ronald Rousseau
Date deposited: 25 Mar 2005
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:00
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/6092

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