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Hi again, The link I sent before may be unhandy
as it for an entire conference proceedings.
Here is a link that is perhaps a little easier
as it includes only the paper itself.

http://www.sztaki.hu/%7Egulyas/papers/CUPUM2003.zip


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From: Elenna Dugundji [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, May 06, 2005 2:45 PM
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Subject: RE: What's old is new again?



Hi Glenn,

My colleague Laszlo Gulyas and I have done work in this area. See for
example:

http://www.agent2004.anl.gov/Agent2003.pdf

Best wishes,
Elenna


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Subject: What's old is new again?


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At the risk of sounding cheeky, I could not help but think that
physicists are rediscovering Goethe's - Elective Affinities with this
article in
Newscientist.com:
<http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=mg18624984.200&feedId=being-h
uman
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http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=mg18624984.200&feedId=being-hu
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One law rules dedicated followers of fashion


*       07 May 2005

*       Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition

*       Mark Buchanan

FADS, fashions and dramatic shifts in public opinion all appear to
follow a physical law: one of the laws of magnetism.....


All kidding aside, I thought that there may be some neat implications
for understanding some of the dynamics of networks. Regards, Glenn Brown

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