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rodela358868
Apr 10, 2022
In INTRODUCE YOURSELVES
And the people thousands of miles away are close to the horizon, and the people around you are close to the horizon. Probably no one knows what a "relationship" is better than we do. Technology has reshaped the face of social relationships, bringing enormous possibilities for wealth creation, innovation, and communication. However, human psychological cognition and social organization are still like teenagers in adolescence, with constant troubles. Can we "grow up"? Social networks have no secrets. Randomly select an unknown user from Facebook. May I ask, among the many friends who follow him, who will be the "extraordinary" one? To answer this question, there is no need for a human-like background check, no need to send paparazzi to do offline tracking, or use hacking job title email list methods to check private chat records. Just by calculating the two indicators of "embedding degree" and "dispersion degree", there is an accuracy rate of more than 60% to find out his "her". This isn't a science fiction movie. Matthew Jackson, a professor at Stanford University in the United States, revealed the truth in his book "The Human Network": the mountains are there, the data is there, and as long as the clouds are removed, there are no secrets. How does "relationship" decide everything? "Human Network", [US] Matthew Jackson / Author, Yu Jiang / TranslatorYour social location determines your destiny, and this book describes how the characteristics of social networks and people's locations within them shape our perceptions and behaviors, and affect our lives. The principle behind this algorithm is actually quite simple:Embedding degree refers to the degree of overlap between two people’s many friends. The more friends two people have in common, the higher the embedding degree is. The degree of dispersion refers to the degree of intimacy between two people's common friends. If two people's common friends are mostly familiar with each other, it means that they belong to the same circle; if two people's common friends are relatively unfamiliar with each other, it means that the two people often Go to different circles together.
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