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Who is Albert-László Barabási?
Albert-László Barabási is a Hungarian-American physicist born in Transylvania, Romania, best known for his work in the research of network theory.
- also known as Barabási Albert-László, 알버트 라즐로 바라바시, ألبرت لازلو-باراباسي
- born on (48 years ago) in Cârța, Harghita
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Physicist, professor
- written works: "Fractal concepts in surface growth", "Linked: The New Science of Networks"
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by Byron Kaldis
per node, the node's degree, Albert-László Barabási and Réka Albert found that the degree distributions observed in many empirical networks tend to follow power laws. As a statistical distribution, the power law is radically different from the ...
by Craig E. Carroll
Albert-László Barabási and Duncan Watts suggest that individuals tend to have an inbred tendency to create ...
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