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Travers and Milgram’s classic six degrees of separation experiment was one of the first large-scale trials examining a human network behavior or behavior or choices to distinguish from neighboring parties, said Kearns. A good modern example is choosing a ringtone for your cell phone. You do not want to is the same as is the same as to a family member or a colleague in the next cubicle. But if it. A limit to the number of available ringtones, you may have a difficult joint problem of coordinating In our experiments, many of the networks quite dense with connections, and the colors were very few, so they were hard coloring problems. .. The findings today today in the journal Science, have implications for many forms of social interaction, from disaster management, how many friends a link to your MySpace page.

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