
Mark Granovetter,
the sociologist whose 1973 paper,
The Strength of Weak Ties, has
raised sociology's awareness on the
existence of communites in social networks.
(from http://www.stanford.edu/dept/soc/granovet.html)

Duncan Watts & Steven Strogatz the first to address the precence of clustering in real networks.
(from http://www.aip.org/aip/corporate/2000/watts.htm
& http://tam.cornell.edu/Strogatz.html)



Jerry Grossman
Professor of Mathematics at Oakland University,
the curator of Erdos number project.
(from http://www.oakland.edu/~grossman/)

The Erdos Number Project Page,
maintained by Jerry Grossman at Oakland
University.
http://www.oakland.edu/~grossman/erdoshp.html



Mark Newman, who
in Santa Fe Insitute was one of the first
to study, using modern network ideas, the
topology of the collaboration network of
scientists.
(from http://www.santafe.edu/~mark/)

Tamas Vicsek
Professor of Physics at
Eotvos University, in Budapest, the coauthor
of the paper addressing the evolution of
the collaboration network on mathematicians
and neuroscientists.
(from http://angel.elte.hu/~vicsek/)



Zoltan Neda
Professor of Physics at BabesBolyai
University, Romania, and one of the authors
of the study on network of mathematicians.
(from http://www.fi.uib.no/~neda/)

Erzebet Ravasz
graduate
students at Univ. of Notre Dame, who has
done a series of computer simulations on
evolution of the collaboration networks.
(from http://www.nd.edu/~eravasz/)



