The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks

Blanchard P, Krüger T (2004)
JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS 114(5): 1399-1416.

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We formulate a simple edge generation rule based on an inverse like mass action principle for random graphs over a structured vertex set. We show that under very weak assumptions on this structure one obtains a scale free distribution for the degree. We furthermore introduce and study a "my friends are your friends'' local search principle which makes the clustering coefficient large.
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Blanchard P, Krüger T. The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS. 2004;114(5):1399-1416.
Blanchard, P., & Krüger, T. (2004). The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS, 114(5), 1399-1416.
Blanchard, P., and Krüger, T. (2004). The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS 114, 1399-1416.
Blanchard, P., & Krüger, T., 2004. The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS, 114(5), p 1399-1416.
P. Blanchard and T. Krüger, “The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks”, JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS, vol. 114, 2004, pp. 1399-1416.
Blanchard, P., Krüger, T.: The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS. 114, 1399-1416 (2004).
Blanchard, Philippe, and Krüger, Tyll. “The "Cameo principle'' and the origin of scale-free graphs in social networks”. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS 114.5 (2004): 1399-1416.
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