Econ2040HW1 - Kaitlyn Clune Econ 2040 Homework 1 9/6/10 1)...

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Kaitlyn Clune Econ 2040 – Homework 1 9/6/10 1) The Strong Triadic Closure Property states that if A has strong ties with both B and C, then there is an edge that connects nodes B and C. The nodes that violate the Strong Triadic Closure Property are nodes E and C. Node E violates the property because there is no tie between nodes D and C although node E has strong ties with both nodes D and C. Node C also violates the Strong Triadic Closure Property because there is no link between node B and E although C has strong ties with both B and E. A node is said to satisfy the Strong Triadic Closure property if it does not violate it, thus nodes B, D and A all satisfy the property. 2) (ii) No, not every node satisfies the Strong Triadic Closure Property. An example that would violate this property would be if an 11 year old had a strong tie with both an 8 year old and a 14 year old. However, according to the guidelines of the school’s network, there is no node between any two children more than 5 years apart, thus there would be no node between the 8 year old and the 14 year old, thus the school’s network violates the Strong Triadic Closure Property. 3)
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