Evolutionary of Online Social Networks Driven by Pareto Wealth Distribution and Bidirectional Preferential Attachment

@article{Zhou2017EvolutionaryOO,
  title={Evolutionary of Online Social Networks Driven by Pareto Wealth Distribution and Bidirectional Preferential Attachment},
  author={Bin Zhou and Xiao-Yong Yan and Xiao-ke Xu and Xiao-Ting Xu and Nianxin Wang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1712.03075}
}
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