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Modelling complex networks has been the focus of much research for over a decade -. Preferential attachment (PA)  is considered a common explanation to the self organization of evolving networks, suggesting that new nodes prefer to attach to more … Continue reading →
We are pleased to announce that our paper “Preferential Attachment in Online Networks: Measurement and Explanations” has been accepted for the ACM Web Science Conference (www.websci13.org). The paper was a joined work together with Jerome Kunegis from the University of Koblenz, … Continue reading →