# Scale-free properties of weighted networks with connectivity-driven topology

@article{Jeewski2005ScalefreePO, title={Scale-free properties of weighted networks with connectivity-driven topology}, author={Wojciech Jeżewski}, journal={Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications}, year={2005}, volume={354}, pages={672-680} }

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