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Good points Elijah!
The million node collection is probably NOT one contiguous
network(unless the threshold for a 'tie' is very very low), but
probably many fragments, some of which may be quite large. May be more
interesting to see what the fragments/components are(what they composed
of) and map and measure them individually.
On Jul 13, 2005, at 2:11 PM, elijah wright wrote:
> when people start talking about million-node networks, we usually start
> talking about sampling and modeling. you CAN NOT process a network of
> that size with available hardware. it just isn't going to happen.
> very small (this is always relative, of course), sampled networks will
> chew up all of the resources available on a high-end desktop machine.
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