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"I sort of discuss this in an article in Social Networks (with Ron Rice)
about why we should use non-euclidean models for social network analysis."

Hi George,

I didn't find your article in Social Networks (I've the subscription to the
electronic journal): which number, exactly?

        Thanks,

                Paolo


----- Original Message -----
From: "George Barnett" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 3:38 PM
Subject: Fuzzy categories


> Amos Tversky did some research on the relations between individual
concepts
> (individual nodes) and generic categories (groups) and found that the
> perceived distance between them (perceived link strength) was
assymetrical.
> People perceive the group to be farther from the individual than the
> individual to the group.  In other words, the group is bigger.
>
> I sort of discuss this in an article in Social Networks (with Ron Rice)
> about why we should use non-euclidean models for social network analysis.
>
> George A. Barnett, Ph.D.
> Professor and Chair
> Department of Communication
> School of Informatics
> State University of New York at Buffalo
> Buffalo, NY 14260-1060
> (716) 645-2141 ext. 1179
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