Norihito Toyota

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Parrondo's paradox occurs in sequences of games in which a winning expectation may be obtained by playing the games in a random order, even though each game in the sequence may be lost when played individually. Several variations of Parrondo's games apparently with paradoxical property have been introduced; history dependence, one dimensional line, two(More)
We introduce a series of generalized clustering coefficients based on String formalism given by Aoyama, using adjacent matrix in networks. We numerically evaluate Milgram condition proposed in order to explore q-th degrees of separation in scale free networks and small world networks. We find that scale free network with exponent 3 just shows 6-degrees of(More)
– Parrondo's paradox occurs in sequences of games in which a winning expectation may be obtained by playing the games in a random order, even though each game in the sequence may be lost when played individually. Several variations of Parrondo's games with paradoxical property have been introduced. In this paper , I examine whether Parrondo's paradox occurs(More)
Milgram Condition proposed by Aoyama et al. [11] plays an important role on the analysis of " six degrees of separation ". We have shown[16], [17] that the relations between Milgram condition and the generalized clustering coefficient, which was introduced as an index for measuring the number of closed paths by us[6]-[10], are absolutely different in scale(More)
We reformulated the string formalism given by Aoyama, using an adjacent matrix of a network and introduced a series of generalized clustering coefficients based on it. Furthermore we numerically evaluated Milgram condition proposed by their article in order to explore q-th degrees of separation in scale free networks. In this article, we apply the(More)
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