# File:Sw.png

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(a) A ring network (i.e., a one-dimensional lattice with periodic boundary conditions) in which each node is connected to the same number l=3 nearest neighbors. (b) A Watts-Strogatz network is created by selecting uniformly at random a fraction p of the stubs (i.e., ends of edges) in the network and rewiring the associated edges so that each of them is connected to some node that is chosen uniformly at random. (c) The Newman-Watts variant of a Watts-Strogatz network, in which one adds shortcuts between nodes chosen uniformly at random without rewiring edges in the underlying lattice. This figure, which appeared in (Newman, 2003), is used with permission from Mark Newman and SIAM. Copyright © 2003 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Reused with permission. All rights reserved. Permission obtained by User:Mason A. Porter for the Small-world network article.

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