Some simple examples

February 27, 2010

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Here is the example I used to test my programs with.

There are 3 different “network configurations” (described in terms of cocktail parties of N people):

  1. There is a single host, that everyone knows. Everyone one also knows their two “neighbors” going around the circle.
  2. The party has 2 cliques (each of size N/2), each clique is like the first case.
  3. The same as the second configuration, except that each “non-host” also knows the corresponding person in the other clique.

Here are the three matrices for 3 different sized parties:

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