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"The book is a clear, readable and highly intuitive introduction to the properties and applications of random network models that also provides all the rigorous details or invites the read to fill them in, in the exercises section. ... The balance between intuition and rigor is ideal, in my opinion, and reading the book is an enjoyable and highly rewarding endeavor." - Yannis C. Stamatiou, Mathematical Reviews
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ISBN-10:  0521854423
ISBN-13:  978-0521854429
Author:  Massimo Franceschetti
Publisher:  Cambridge University Press
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It is more realistic to consider the graphs describing computer networks to be pseudorandom rather than random. In other words, they have an underlying deterministic structure but the outward appearance is one of randomness. Computers on a network will wink on and off depending on power outages, scheduled maintenance and their current load. As information passes from node to node in a network, the movement of the data can be modeled using percolation theory, which is an area of random graphs. Therefore, …
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