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12 March 2010

Steve Strogatz writes about Math, Science, and the World

strogatz45.jpgIn a series of weekly pieces for The New York Times, Steve Strogatz, a marvelous network scientist, has been very good. My favorite so far, which gets right into balance theory and transitivity, is this one. Follow him on Mondays in the NYT, in the Opinionator Blog.

Posted by Stan Wasserman at March 12, 2010 7:12 AM