## Degrees in graphs IV: degrees in large real-world networks

How are elements in real-world networks connected? That is the question we aim to answer in this post. Most real-world…

## Degrees in graphs III: Which degrees sequences are possible?

In previous article, we discussed what the degree sequence of a network or graph is. Recall that a graphical sequence…

## Degrees in graphs II: Degree sequences

We have now seen two very simple properties that the number of friends that people in friendship networks should satisfy.…

## After a long wait: book Random Graphs and Complex Networks' appeared

Written for the course Random Graphs' at Eindhoven University of Technology, and class room tested for over ten years, the…

## Degrees in graphs I: the Handshake Lemma

A graph consists of objects called vertices and connections between them called edges. For every vertex, we can count how…

## Stella Kapodistria wins contest `Network Pages'

The Networks Pages proudly presents the winner of the first Network Pages contest for the best logo, wordart image or…

## Small worlds and six degrees of separation

Social networks are remarkably small, in the sense that you can hop between Read More

## Influence in complex networks

Friends influence each other in their opinion of many aspects of life. In this video Read More

## Networks

Many real-world phenomena can be phrased in terms of networks.

## Graph Theory

As we just explained, a network consists of objects with connections between them.