... Exponential cutoffs have been identified in protein, e-mail, actor and collaboration net- works, and possibly in the web graph [MBSA02]; it is likely that exponential cutoffs also occur in other complex networks. Here we ...

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... whose **distribution** of human activity’s interval presents a deviation from the Poisson process, and is characterized by the **power**-**law** **distribution** with a fat ...

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... Per Bak [2] and others have postulated that **power** laws are a statistical consequence of complex systems that are capable of self-organization at critical points. To what extent can the empirical regularity ...

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... bell-shaped **distribution** for moderate bubble sizes, high enough in the bed for coa- lescence to be fully ...The **power**-**law** decay has an exponential cutoff at small R due to the fact that although only ...

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... the **distribution** of a given malware follows an exponential **distribution** at its early stage, and obeys a **power** **law** **distribution** with a short exponential tailat its late stage, and ...

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... A refined finite-difference approach is presented to solve the thermoelastic problem of functionally graded cylinders. Material properties of the present cylinder are assumed to be graded in the radial direction accord- ...

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... each **distribution** are shown in figure ...rescaled **distribution** on conventional (a) and logarithmic axes ...log-normal **distribution** of effect sizes which would be expected by ...inverse **power** ...

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... Statistical noise from electronic systems will influence the ML curve, causing an increase in the measured exponent. Thus, based on both the linear fit of the log-log **power** **law** **distribution** and the ...

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... a **power** **law** **distribution** at the late ...the **distribution** of a given malware at their ISP domains, where the conditions for the two layer model may not ...the **distribution** of multiple ...

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... the **power**-**law** **distribution** of word counts in LDA training datasets suggests using synchro- nized communication optimizations can improve the efficiency of the model update to allow the model to ...

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... This **distribution**, which is a special case of a double Pareto-lognormal distri- bution [6], can be characterised as the product of independent random variables, one with a lognormal **distribution** and the ...

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... and **power**-**law** tools are used for studying Internet topology [1, 2, ...frequency-degree **power**-**law** to character the topology at the AS-level and router-level ...degree-rank ...

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... a **power**-**law** ...“**power** **law**”, used frequently in the literature, refers to the fact that the tail probability decays to 0 at a constant **power** rate of the value of the observation x in ...

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... random **distribution** or **power** **law** **distribution**, the result show that the opinion will reach consensus if expectations of confidence bounded beyond ...bounded **distribution** also affect the ...

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... Albert et al. [ABJ00] studied a stochastic model of growth and preferential attachment, where new links to existing Web pages are added in proportion to the number of incoming links these Web pages already have. Their ...

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... the **distribution** of malware in terms of the low layer ...networks.The **distribution** for a given malware in terms of networks follows exponential **distribution**, **power** **law** ...

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... the **distribution** of these domains according to size and number was obeying a scale-free, ...same **power**-**law** **distribution** was obtained when PADs were measured and averaged per cell in the whole ...

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... the **power**-**law**; instead, statistics be- come small at large ...the **power**-**law** **distribution** may hold up to the sizes of the largest forested areas or whether there is a cutoff at some ...

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... a **power** **law** with fat tailed ...the **power** **law** tail of first return probability which reminds us about the degree **distribution** of complex ...the **power**-**law** ...

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... a **power**-**law** degree **distribution** with an extra-ordinarily long tail revealing that a few nodes has astonishingly large number of links while most of the nodes has the least possible number of links - ...

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