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Social Graph Resource Center

Social Graph Wikis
Social Networks
Wikipedia entry describes the structure of a social network and discusses social network history analysis and software tools. Discusses the relationship between social networks and the social graph, the evolution of social networks, and social network models and applications.
Small-World Network
Wikipedia entry discusses the properties of a small-world network, such as processing networks, social networks and road maps. Discusses and explains the construction of numerous small-world networks, and provides examples.
Six Degrees of Separation
Wikipedia entry describes the "six degrees of separation" theory, which says if a person is one link away from another person, and two links away from each person known by that person, then everyone on the earth is no more than six links (or people) away from each other. Discusses recent research and the six degrees of separation principle as it applies to Information Routing Groups on the web.

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Update :: October 23, 2018