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A web search on 'scale-free network' yielded these two pages as the
top two results:
each of which contains further references to relevant papers.
For this sort of basic definitional question of a common term, it's
always a good idea to try a web search first.
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 6:49 AM, Prabir G. Dastidar
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> Dear all,
> Could you please give me some reference on Scale-free network?
> Why it is called scale-free? Please explain a bit to me.
> Thank you for your kind help.
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