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Unformatted text preview: s‐Renyi
model
an
edge
appears
with
probability
p
and
is
absent
with
 probability
of
1‐p.
 We
say
that
a
property
P
has
a
tipping
point
at
q
if:
 When
p
<
q
the
probability
that
the
network
obeys
P
is
close
to
zero.
 When
p
>
q
the
probability
that
the
network
obeys
P
is
close
to
one.
 b) 
 When
p
is
about
1/N
we
start
seeing
a
large
component
of
size
bigger
than
N/2.
 When
p
is
about
log(N)/N
we
start
seeing
a
connected
network.
 When
p
is
about
2/square‐root(N)
we
start
seeing
a
diameter
two
network.
 
 
 
 Grading
policy:
 ii. Ill
description
of
tipping
phenomena

[up
to
‐4
points].
 iii. Wrong
order
of
tipping
properties
[‐2
points
each].
 iv. Wrong
property/missing
property
description
[up
to
‐2
point...
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