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Scalefree geometry in object-oriented programs

By Alex Potanin, James Noble, Marcus Frean and Robert Biddle


Object-oriented programs, when executed, produce a complex web of objects that can be thought of as a graph with objects as nodes and references as edges. In recent years interest has grown in the geometry of networks (or graphs), particularly those of human origin, many of which show a rather striking property

Year: 2005
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