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Around Average Behavior: 3-lambda Network Model

@article{Kudelka2017AroundAB,
  title={Around Average Behavior: 3-lambda Network Model},
  author={Milos Kudelka and Eliska Ochodkova and Sarka Zehnalova},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1701.01274}
}
The analysis of networks affects the research of many real phenomena. The complex network structure can be viewed as a network's state at the time of the analysis or as a result of the process through which the network arises. Research activities focus on both and, thanks to them, we know not only many measurable properties of networks but also the essence of some phenomena that occur during the evolution of networks. One typical research area is the analysis of co-authorship networks and their… 
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