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Playing with Small Natural Numbers Network
Posted: Oct 18, 2010 12:45 PM
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Since my late interests have been related to networks, I've started a pet project focusing on natural numbers network. I wanted to share my early explorations with this community since you have the proper background to interpret the results. I chose this network exactly because compared to real-world networks that are in my focus during the daytime, numbers network has been analysed for centuries and I hope that new ideas will emerge from this interaction. I acknowledge that for given topic, using number theory would be more appropriate, but hopefully you will find something interesting in the results. Please note that I do not have background in number theory.

Since the report is rather long and includes diagrams, I'm posting a link to my blogpost. You can expect to find there analysis of the common properties of networks.
http://www.ideavoid.com/blog/2010/10/playing-with-small-natural-num.html

Looking forward for your feedback.



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