What is the dimension of citation space?

@article{Clough2014WhatIT,
  title={What is the dimension of citation space?},
  author={J. Clough and T. Evans},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1408.1274}
}
Citation networks represent the flow of information between agents. They are constrained in time and so form directed acyclic graphs which have a causal structure. Here we provide novel quantitative methods to characterise that structure by adapting methods used in the causal set approach to quantum gravity by considering the networks to be embedded in a Minkowski spacetime and measuring its dimension using Myrheim–Meyer and Midpoint-scaling estimates. We illustrate these methods on citation… Expand
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