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bio website tfmaw.blogspot.co.uk
location United Kingdom
age 32
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Mathematician who is going deep into collaborations with commercial sector businesses. They have me working on different technologies and throw really interesting problems at me.

Love thinking too deeply about almost anything; sea turtle speed. Maybe I will manage to outrace the sail fish! lol


Dec
15
accepted How is percolation defined and measured in social networks?
Sep
16
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
14
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
28
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
25
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
3
comment What is the equation for the average path length in a random graph?
@DPoole, sure, that sounds good. The asymptotic distribution for the distance between any two vertices in the network looks close enough to what I am asking. I want to have a prior on the number of steps of a random walker in the network.
Oct
2
asked How to denote the opposite case of the Kronecker Delta?
Sep
30
comment What is the equation for the average path length in a random graph?
@DPoole, yes, this is the uniform basic random graph case, $G(n,m)$, a type of ER graph.
Sep
22
asked What is the equation for the average path length in a random graph?
Sep
9
awarded  Notable Question
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8
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
13
comment How is percolation defined and measured in social networks?
@AlexR. random graphs with high degree of community structure. Sparsely connected random graphs
Aug
12
comment How is percolation defined and measured in social networks?
@Alex, I am interested in graphs of social networks.
Aug
12
asked How is percolation defined and measured in social networks?
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
7
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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comment What does the Matlab loglog plots do that is useful?
wow, you can dig up material, this answer really fits with the previous one as a nice example to try out and get a hands on understanding, thanks!
Jan
31
revised Is there a simple interpretation of the eigenvectors of a graph (visualizable?)?
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