Interpreting nucleation as a network formation process

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In this paper we interpret nucleation as a network formation process. Inspired by this interpretation we propose a social network model which produces networks with communities.

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Pandey, P.K., Adhikari, B. & Chakraborty, J. Interpreting nucleation as a network formation process. J Math Chem 56, 1467–1480 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10910-018-0875-8

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Keywords

  • Nucleation
  • Crystallization
  • Social network
  • Communities