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From [email protected] Tue Mar 26 10:52:42 2002 Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 15:26:13 -0800 (PST) From: Michael AuYeung <[email protected]> To: Ahmed Helmy <[email protected]> Cc: Faisal Khan <[email protected]>, Shao-cheng Wang <[email protected]> Newsgroups: usc.class.ee599 Subject: Reading List for 04/05/2002 Hello all, This is our preliminary reading list for our presentation. These papers may be found on the web, by searching their title, through Google <www.google.com>. Each paper's relevance and importance is measured through the number of stars -- * for less important, *** for very important. If you can't read all the papers, please feel free to select the ones with more stars. We've also tried to group the papers into sections, like our presentation, but there can be overlap (not a strict grouping). Presentation Abstract: In our presentation we will explore Small World theory -- the mathematical foundations, the results, and how they have been observed in natural networks such as neural networks. We will also explore its
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