Hurlbert's Pebbling Page
Forcing (mathematics) Forcing is equivalent to the method of Boolean-valued models, which some feel is conceptually more natural and intuitive, but usually much more difficult to apply. identify with , and then introduce an expanded membership relation involving the "new" sets of the form . Forcing is a more elaborate version of this idea, reducing the expansion to the existence of one new set, and allowing for fine control over the properties of the expanded universe.
Change in the average geodesic distance of a graph when flipping a single edge Is there a way to determine how the average geodesic distance between nodes of a graph will change just by flipping (1) a single edge without having to traverse the whole graph like in the Djikstra algorithm? I'm currently doing this by expensively copying the graph, changing the edge, and then calculating the average geodesic distance of the new graph (using Dijkstra's algorithm) and subtracting it from the average geodesic distance of the original graph.. Is there a more clever way to to this?
Cesar A. Hidalgo, Homepage Cesar A. Hidalgo, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and Research Fellow, Center for International Development at Harvard University. PhD in Physics from the University of Notre Dame, Bachelor in Physics Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile. Networks Complexity and Economic Development, The Product Space. The Building Blocks of Economic Complexity, The Lego Theory of Economic Complexity.