US computer scientists have found that random networks – the…

March 23, 2009
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US computer scientists have found that random networks – the mathematical description for networks we experience everyday in forms such as the internet and global flight connections – have the potential for extreme behaviour never seen before. (via Society’s vital networks prone to ‘explosive’ changes – tech – 13 March 2009 – New Scientist)


US computer scientists have found that random networks – the mathematical description for networks we experience everyday in forms such as the internet and global flight connections – have the potential for extreme behaviour never seen before. (via Society’s vital networks prone to ‘explosive’ changes – tech – 13 March 2009 – New Scientist)
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