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Since Most of the presentation I would have explained the slides as they were shown, it may not be clear just by looking
 

Summary: Since Most of the presentation I would have explained the
slides as they were shown, it may not be clear just by looking
at the slides what is being conveyed (without the
explanation). I will add text to the slides where needed to try
to explain what I was trying to show. If anyone has any
questions You can email me and I will try to get back to you
with either the answer or a reference where I found the
information.
I Will add all new text with this font and color to show the new notes
that were added
Phys597A: Graphs and Networks in Systems Biology
Complex Network Topology
Most of current network models are based on two things:
Incremental growth
Preferential attachment
Incremental growth refers to the fact that the network is
assembled through new nodes being added to the system.
Preferential attachment encompasses the thought that
new nodes connect with higher probability to more
connected nodes.

  

Source: Albert, Réka - Departments of Biology & Physics, Pennsylvania State University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine