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THis is the third presentation of theme " We are a Network of Cliques of Ideas worth spreading workshops held in the university of Southampton.

THis is the third presentation of theme " We are a Network of Cliques of Ideas worth spreading workshops held in the university of Southampton.

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  • 1. IDEAS WORTHSPREADINGWE ARE A NETWORK OF CLIQUESSouthampton19- June -2013
  • 2. The contents● Six Degree of Separation○ Frigyes Karinthy○ Stanley Milgram.○ Watts and Strogatz model○ Barabási–Albert (BA) model○ James Fowler○ Nicholas A. Christakis● three degrees of influence○ TED● collaboration graph○ Erdős collaboration graph○ co-stardom network○ Suggestion
  • 3. Six Degrees of SeparationTheories on optimal design of cities, city traffic flows,neighborhoods and demographics were in vogue afterWorld War I.
  • 4. ● These conjectures wereexpanded in 1929 byHungarian author FrigyesKarinthy, who published avolume of short stories Oneof them was titled "Chains,"or "Chain-Links."● Karinthy believed that themodern world was shrinkingdue to this ever-increasingconnectedness of humanbeings.Six Degrees of Separation
  • 5. ● Michael Gurevich conducted seminal work in his empiricalstudy of the structure of social networks in his 1961PhD dissertation under Ithiel de Sola Pool.Six Degrees of Separation
  • 6. ● Michael Gurevich conducted seminal work in his empiricalstudy of the structure of social networks in his 1961PhD dissertation under Ithiel de Sola Pool.● Mathematician Manfred Kochen, an Austrian who hadbeen involved in urban design, extrapolated theseempirical results in a mathematical manuscript, Contactsand Influences,[5]Six Degrees of Separation
  • 7. ● Michael Gurevich conducted seminal work in hisempirical study of the structure of social networks inhis 1961 PhD dissertation under Ithiel de Sola Pool.● Mathematician Manfred Kochen, an Austrian who hadbeen involved in urban design, extrapolated theseempirical results in a mathematical manuscript, Contactsand Influences,[5]● " They subsequently constructed Monte Carlo simulationsbased on Gurevichs data, which recognized that bothweak and strong acquaintance links are needed to modelsocial structure ,1973, were nonetheless able to predictthat a more realistic three degrees of separationexisted across the U.S. population,Six Degrees of Separation
  • 8. Stanley Milgram.Six Degrees of Separation
  • 9. The phrase "six degrees of separation"is often used as a synonym for the ideaof the "small world" phenomenonSix Degrees of Separation
  • 10. Six Degrees of Separation
  • 11. Six Degrees of Separation
  • 12. The Scholars and Models○ Watts and Strogatzmodel
  • 13. The Scholars and Models○ Barabási–Albert(BA) model
  • 14. Preferential attachment
  • 15. Preferential attachmentThey are also referred to under the names● "Yule process",
  • 16. Preferential attachmentThey are also referred to under the names● "Yule process",● "cumulative advantage",
  • 17. Preferential attachmentThey are also referred to under the names● "Yule process",● "cumulative advantage",● "the rich get richer",
  • 18. Preferential attachmentThey are also referred to under the names● "Yule process",● "cumulative advantage",● "the rich get richer",● the "Matthew effect"
  • 19. The contents● Six Degree of Separation○ Frigyes Karinthy○ Stanley Milgram.○ Watts and Strogatz model○ Barabási–Albert (BA) model○ James Fowler○ Nicholas A. Christakis● three degrees of influence○ TED● collaboration graph○ Erdős collaboration graph○ co-stardom network○ Suggestion
  • 20. The contents● Six Degree of Separation○ Frigyes Karinthy○ Stanley Milgram.○ Watts and Strogatz model○ Barabási–Albert (BA) model○ James Fowler○ Nicholas A. Christakis● three degrees of influence○ TED● collaboration graph○ Erdős collaboration graph○ co-stardom network○ Suggestion
  • 21. Three Degree Of Influence
  • 22. Three Degree Of Influence
  • 23. Three Degree Of Influence
  • 24. The contents● Six Degree of Separation○ Frigyes Karinthy○ Stanley Milgram.○ Watts and Strogatz model○ Barabási–Albert (BA) model○ James Fowler○ Nicholas A. Christakis● three degrees of influence○ TED● collaboration graph○ Erdős collaboration graph○ co-stardom network○ Suggestion
  • 25. The contents● Six Degree of Separation○ Frigyes Karinthy○ Stanley Milgram.○ Watts and Strogatz model○ Barabási–Albert (BA) model○ James Fowler○ Nicholas A. Christakis● three degrees of influence○ TED● collaboration graph○ Erdős collaboration graph○ co-stardom network○ Suggestion
  • 26. Collaboration graphThe two most well-studied collaboration graphs are:● Collaboration graph of mathematicians also known asthe Erdős collaboration graph,[3][4]where twomathematicians are joined by an edge whenever theyco-authored a paper together (with possibly other co-authors present).● Collaboration graph of movie actors, also known as theHollywood graph or co-stardom network,[5][6][7]wheretwo movie actors are joined by an edge whenever theyappeared in a movie together.
  • 27. In mathematics and social science, acollaboration graphis a graph modeling some social network wherethe vertices represent participants of thatnetwork (usually individual people) and wheretwo distinct participants are joined by an edgewhenever there is a collaborative relationshipbetween them of a particular kind.Collaboration graph
  • 28. Erdos number
  • 29. Erdos number
  • 30. VISA CHECK CARD The Six DegreesOf Kevin Bacon"Okay, I was in a movie with an extra, Eunice, whose hairdresser, Wayne,attended Sunday school with Father ONeill, who plays racquetball with Dr.Sanjay, who recently removed the appendix of Kim, who dumped yousophomore year. So you see, were practically brothers."
  • 31. Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon
  • 32. "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" is a popular game in which players attempt tolink the actor to other celebrities, through his many movie roles. Now, theonce harmless game has landed Bacon in some hot water with U.S.authorities. It seems that by using the rules of the game, Bacon can beconnected to Al Qaeda terrorists in six steps.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIQfuaymmdYhttp://www.tubechop.com/watch/1268811
  • 33. Six Degrees of Kevin Baconhttp://oracleofbacon.org/
  • 34. SixDegrees.org is a charitable initiative of Kevin Bacon. Launched on January 18, 2007, theorganization builds on the popularity of the "small world phenomenon" by allowing individuals to createand grow charitable social networks.Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon